Birch photographs - set 6!


The other birch photos: [ set 1 ] [ set 2 ] [ set 3 ] [ set 4 ] [ set 5 ] [ set 6 ]

The place and photo details ought to be correct; see exif of photos for more.

More about this series on the first page.

Here's some of my birch studies: a colorful presentation, a bibliography, etc.

My general photo notes on lenses; cameras; & films, scanning, processing, disclaimers, etc.

The main photo index is here.

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edition: 2016.05.17 | © Robert Liebermann
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Water view on the Songbird trail
Harlow Creek, UP | 2010.03.24
Nikon D700 | Nikkor 105/2.5 AI
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Pines, birches, Milky Way, and Andromeda
Vermillion, Michigan (on my land!) | 2009.11.09
Nikon D700 | Nikkor AI-S 24/2.8
Light from my Coleman 505 lantern - or maybe a flashlight; I was using both (and some with campfire light!).
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Snow and birch 3
Greenwood Reservoir, near Ishpeming, UP | 2010.02.17
Nikon D700 | Nikkor 105/2.5 AI
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voluptuous birch
Near Eben, Alger County, Upper Peninsula | 2010.02.24
Nikon D700 | Nikkor AI-S 24/2.8 | I like the ‘voluptuously ’curvy bark and luxuriant snow - reminds me of the tree equivalent of a rich society lady wearing an oversized fur coat with many expensive diamonds. Another favorite lens.
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Lake Superior
Presque Isle Park, Marquette, UP | 2010.02.25
Nikon D700 | Zoom-Nikkor 80-200
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White pine and birch, under the influence of Lakes Michigan and Superior.
Brevoort Lake, Mackinac County, Upper Peninsula | 2010.05.02
Nikon D700 | Nikkor 105/2.5 AI
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reaching branches with yellow & green and gold
Eureka Dome, Alaska | 2010.09.06
Mamiya RB67 | Mamiya-Sekor 180/4.5 | Ektachrome E100VS; Expired ca. 2004, shot 2010, stored in freezers in AK, ID, MI, AK again, finally developed 2013.11 in UAF darkroom! | scanned with Nikon cs-9000
The green on the leaves in the printed version of this photo has a ‘heavy’ feel, almost like they’re painted over the photo, which I like - it goes well with the metallic paper.
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pearly bark & yellow leaves
Eureka Dome, Alaska | 2010.09.06
Mamiya RB67 | Mamiya-Sekor 180/4.5 | Ektachrome E100VS; Expired ca. 2004, developed 2013.11, UAF. (this is my usual color film ‘schedule’!) | scanned with Nikon cs-9000
Fly on bark of tree - not noticed until final photoshop zapping! I always travel to Eureka Dome with lots of cameras - as many as 11! Piles of lenses, too. And film, and beer, and fire, of course.,
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bouquet of curvy birch
Eureka Dome, Alaska | 2010.09.06
Mamiya RB67 | Mamiya-Sekor 180/4.5 | Ektachrome E100VS; Expired ~2004, developed 2013.11. (I need to coin the term ‘stressed film photography’!) | scanned with Nikon cs-9000
I made an 8x10 print of this on a sample of the Red River metallic paper, and saw that it matched the character of birches perfectly, so bought some more of that in a bigger size to print more birches.
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Birch leaves on spruce
In front of my house, Fox, Alaska | 2013.10.09
Canon Eos-7d | Canon 50mm macro
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There's some birch pieces here too.
Whitefish Bay, Chippewa County, Michigan | May 1996
Canon A-1 | Canon FD 70-210 f4 | Ektachrome EPR-64, scanned with Nikon cs-5000
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