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I could crank the back round to vertical format and click away again. ’ But, of course, shooting film, as opposed to digital, meant Nick couldn’t see the results immediately. He explains: ‘I am so paranoid and neurotic. I have had instances over the years where film hasn’t come out, like when the camera was only shooting eight shots instead of ten because the winding mechanism was pulling too much film through the camera. With this amount of money being spent on a giant production, I had somebody fly the film back to London every two weeks, making sure the film wasn’t X-rayed at the airport and go straight to one of the last two guys who hand-process black & white film in London.
Resolution ISO 100 ISO 400 34 ISO 6,400 ISO 1,600 30 ISO 12,800 24 28 ISO 25,600 22 18 The 80D resolves an impressive 3,400l/ph at ISO 100, which is higher than the 2,800l/ph the 70D resolves at the same sensitivity setting. This improvement in resolution continues through the sensitivity range, with the 80D attaining 3,000l/ph at ISO 400 and 2,800l/ph up to ISO 1,600. As you begin to push the sensitivity higher, luminance noise starts to soften the finest details and reduces resolution. The sensor resolves 2,400l/ph at ISO 6400, beyond which point there’s a noticeable drop in resolution to 2,200l/ph at ISO 12,800, ending up at 1,800l/ph at its expanded ISO 25,600 setting.
One key element of the final images is that the panels fitted almost seamlessly into the real-life landscapes in which they were set up. In fact, Nick travelled around the locations with miniature prints of all the ‘panelled’ animal images, so he could hold them up and work out if, and where, they would fit into the developed landscapes. ‘I was absolutely terrified that it would just appear to be Photoshopped. ’ Inherit the Dust by Nick Brandt, Distributed Art Publishers, £45, hardback, 128 pages, ISBN 978-0-69252-0543.