Korea, Fountain and Temple

Korea, Fountain and Temple

Korea, Fountain and Temple – Republic of South Korea

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Copyright 2014 O. Bisogno Scotti,  All Rights Reserved

This was taken on a rainy day. I know not where. I remember waiting a long time for a little bit of sun to break through the clouds and this was that moment in time. The camera was a Nikon N6006 SLR, my magic camera.

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13 thoughts on “Korea, Fountain and Temple

  1. Hi Andrea. Wish I could remember where this was exactly. It was somewhere near the end of my circumnavigation of the South Korean peninsula. It was captured on film so there is no metadata. I’m sure I made cryptic notes, but who knows where they are now (I’m so organized). Thanks for liking my work.


  2. Hi Leanne. Thanks for liking my image. The film was Kodachrome 64 Professional reversal film.
    I’m sure you know this Leanne, but for anyone who doesn’t, I will explain the difference between Kodachrome and Kodachrome Professional film: All film has a lifespan with the expiration date listed. The consumer version is sold raw (right off the production line) whereas the professional film is held back only being sold at its peak. The theory behind this is that non-professional photographers don’t shoot as much as the pros so they need a film that will last a long time before hitting the expiration date, whereas the pros will use the film right away for a specific job and therefore want the film to be at its peak performance when they buy it. This goes for any film, color or b&w that uses the term “Professional”.

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  3. simon Tocclo. I’m glad I brought two camera bodies with me on this trip. By this time, the spring rain had rendered my Nikon N90 SLR useless, and I was using the Nikon N6006. Thank you for liking this image of a rainy day in Korea.


  4. earthchanges. I was fortunate. The rain on that day kept everyone inside so I was able to place my tripod exactly where I wanted it, keeping elements within the frame in perfect juxtaposition. Thanks for liking it.


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