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  1. #1 Monstro VV RD3 frames 
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    Some frames to push around. Mostly Sigma primes 85mm, 20mm, and Red 300mm.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/88yj7vuk5...3fHxg1rXa?dl=0

    Will post more later.
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    Really nice.
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    Thanks alot Erich!
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    Added some more frames to the drop box.
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    Thanks for sharing, Erich.

    I added grain on all of these, even the night ones. I also pushed the interior of the Lincoln Memorial shot to 3200 (new calibration) just for shits and giggles even though I probably would have done 1280 for a darker/moodier feeling. I love that. Monstro lets me push the image further than my comfort level in image brightness -- the noise isn't what stops me.



















    Edit: Reuploaded these to Flickr since they don't compress as much. Definitely would tone down the grain next time.
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    Wow.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Lochert View Post
    Thanks for sharing, Erich.



















    I added grain on all of these, even the night ones. I also pushed the interior of the Lincoln Memorial shot to 3200 (new calibration) just for shits and giggles even though I probably would have done 1280 for a darker/moodier feeling. I love that. Monstro lets me push the image further than my comfort level in image brightness -- the noise isn't what stops me.
    Love the grain
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