Scarborough Beach Amphitheatre - Cyanograph vs digital

Scarborough Beach Amphitheatre, 16:15, 45 minute exposure, 45mm f/1.2 VR lens on A7 paper. Processed in Snapseed.

The same scene shot with a 20mm APS lens...

ƒ/16, 1/5s, 20 mm, ISO100 Samsung NX300
I find the cyanograph distinctly intriguing - if you are familiar with the scene, you can recognise most of  elements, but even without that familiarity there are some that can be identified. It is also interesting to note that the hessian sack curtain in front of the DJ is effectively invisible in UV!


  1. Vampires are getting their robes all redone in hessian!


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