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bracan
7-Aug-2016, 04:19
Lets start:)

https://c6.staticflickr.com/8/7517/28206057893_550a9f80d7_c.jpg

https://c5.staticflickr.com/9/8874/28716811732_cfab40ecf4_c.jpg

Kodak TMax100 4x5 on Speed Graphic and Aero Ektar wide open. Developed in Kodak D-76 stock.

Stephane
7-Aug-2016, 04:26
Guro though a Dallmeyer Bergheim #1

https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8328/28733448471_953e5a83e6_b.jpg

maxotics
7-Aug-2016, 04:41
Great stuff! Bracan, do you have a flickr or other online image place? If so, you might put in your signature. Thanks for sharing! Also, what focal length is the Aero Ektar, excuse my ignorance.

bracan
7-Aug-2016, 09:07
Thank you veru much.
Aero Ektar focal lenght is 7 inches or 178mm with f2,5.
Thanks again:)



Great stuff! Bracan, do you have a flickr or other online image place? If so, you might put in your signature. Thanks for sharing! Also, what focal length is the Aero Ektar, excuse my ignorance.

bracan
7-Aug-2016, 09:09
Kodak TMax100 4x5 on Speed Graphic and Aero Ektar wide open. Developed in Kodak D-76 stock.

https://c4.staticflickr.com/9/8712/28745187211_4a67ccbaaf_c.jpg

https://c3.staticflickr.com/9/8868/28203205954_8686d5c680_c.jpg

Stephane
7-Aug-2016, 10:21
And before going away to some remote place, another of Guro through a Ross Cabinet #2 petzval.

https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8696/28195055913_d3d2b688ec_b.jpg

Robert Oliver
7-Aug-2016, 19:12
153647

Subect - Singer Robert Earl Dean

8x10 Agfa Studio View Camera w/4x5 reducing back
14" Kodak Commercial Ektar
Ilford FP4+ processed in Rodinal 1:100
Dynalite Strobes w/ beauty dish

Randy Moe
7-Aug-2016, 20:40
Lets start:)

https://c6.staticflickr.com/8/7517/28206057893_550a9f80d7_c.jpg

https://c5.staticflickr.com/9/8874/28716811732_cfab40ecf4_c.jpg

Kodak TMax100 4x5 on Speed Graphic and Aero Ektar wide open. Developed in Kodak D-76 stock.

First one I get. But how are you moving the focus way high on the next 3 with that setup?

I like them, but never seen anything like what you are doing.

Emil Schildt
8-Aug-2016, 00:47
(This is also submitted in the alternative thread)

Primer on the backside of a canvas - Oil Paint applied and dried. Liquid emulsion and finally finished using Oil Paint again...

(Painted with light on pol 665)

bloodhoundbob
8-Aug-2016, 07:20
Lets start:)

https://c6.staticflickr.com/8/7517/28206057893_550a9f80d7_c.jpg

https://c5.staticflickr.com/9/8874/28716811732_cfab40ecf4_c.jpg

Kodak TMax100 4x5 on Speed Graphic and Aero Ektar wide open. Developed in Kodak D-76 stock.

Bracan: This Croatian really likes your work! :cool:
Bob

bracan
8-Aug-2016, 13:56
Hi Randy,

This tilt is not on purpose, Aero Ektar is too heavy in vertical Graflex setting and just tilt a bit without my knowledge.
Just enough:)


First one I get. But how are you moving the focus way high on the next 3 with that setup?

I like them, but never seen anything like what you are doing.

bracan
8-Aug-2016, 13:57
Thanks a lot Bob:)


Bracan: This Croatian really likes your work! :cool:
Bob

greginpa
10-Aug-2016, 05:45
Wow, that was a happy accident. bracan.

t0aster
10-Aug-2016, 10:08
Helped these folks celebrate the 1st birthday of their youngest over the weekend.

iPhone "scan"
8x10 paper negative
Ilford FB multigrade classic
21in turner-reich anastigmat

Randy Moe
10-Aug-2016, 10:50
Hi Randy,

This tilt is not on purpose, Aero Ektar is too heavy in vertical Graflex setting and just tilt a bit without my knowledge.
Just enough:)

Bracan, it works very good!

Thanks!

mathieu Bauwens
10-Aug-2016, 10:58
90 year old ;

https://c5.staticflickr.com/9/8724/28274204524_cfc394a8dc_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/K5uFWU)papy_01 (https://flic.kr/p/K5uFWU) by Mathieu Bauwens (https://www.flickr.com/photos/mathieubauwens/), sur Flickr

Kodak 2D 8x10
Red Dot Artar 16 1/2 inch
Bergger Pancro 400

Vaughn
10-Aug-2016, 17:48
Not a recent portrait -- about 25 years ago, actually.

Elaine Ling at Joshua Tree National Monument (now Park). A scanned 5x7 carbon print.

Elaine died recently, fighting lung cancer for two years...a non-smoker and a medical doctor. Just shows life is not fair, but she lived life at its fullest as a LF photographer and artist.

D-tach
11-Aug-2016, 13:37
http://Tomkeymeulen.zenfolio.com/img/s4/v9/p1899554512-5.jpg

Deardorff - Cooke PS945 - Fomapan 200 5x7 - XTOL

HiHoSilver
11-Aug-2016, 22:32
Mathieu & D-tach. Those are both really fine. 'Handsome, clean work.

D-tach
12-Aug-2016, 06:33
Thank you!

Pali K
13-Aug-2016, 19:22
https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8664/28680532600_9baa1fb87a_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KGpe8o)
Self Portrait on ULF Film (https://flic.kr/p/KGpe8o) by Pali K (https://www.flickr.com/photos/palikalsi/), on Flickr

Custom 11x14 Camera
HP5 in HC110-B
Eversmart Pro Scan

Pali

Peter De Smidt
13-Aug-2016, 19:57
Nicely done, Pali!

Ari
13-Aug-2016, 20:52
Bracan, Mathieu, Tom, Pali, very fine work.
Brayan, I especially like the first image, I don't know why there are squiggly lines in the background, but they really add something.
Pali, a good portrait, nice to put your face to your name.
Here's a recent re-scan of a photo of my Dad taken in January 2015.

http://www.aritapiero.com/uploads/5/7/9/8/5798107/papa-dark_orig.jpg

Peter De Smidt
13-Aug-2016, 22:15
That's terrific, Ari!

bracan
14-Aug-2016, 04:45
Excellent Ari!!!


Bracan, Mathieu, Tom, Pali, very fine work.
Brayan, I especially like the first image, I don't know why there are squiggly lines in the background, but they really add something.
Pali, a good portrait, nice to put your face to your name.
Here's a recent re-scan of a photo of my Dad taken in January 2015.

http://www.aritapiero.com/uploads/5/7/9/8/5798107/papa-dark_orig.jpg

Bokeh
14-Aug-2016, 05:11
Found an old "no-name" f/6 i think mid 1880's brass lens for around 100 swedish crowns around 12$ and had to try it out!

| Fomapan 100 @100 | Rodinal 09 1+50 | No-name brass lens F/6 mid 1880's | Speed graflex 1/50 |

https://c5.staticflickr.com/8/7575/28869608212_06b277d571_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KZ7hHJ)Portrait (https://flic.kr/p/KZ7hHJ) by Tony Bokeh Larsson (https://www.flickr.com/photos/tonyfx/), on Flickr

Pali K
14-Aug-2016, 11:08
Thank you Peter and Ari! I was told by my wife that I look too serious and I had to explain to her that my mind was just thinking about all the things that could go wrong that I forget to smile.

Btw, really nice photo of your Dad Ari!

Pali

mathieu Bauwens
14-Aug-2016, 11:50
Very nice Ari & Bokeh.

thanks for the comments.

Ari
14-Aug-2016, 18:32
Thanks, everyone, much too kind.
Pali, your enigmatic expression is perfect; I never understood why people give such huge grins whenever a camera comes out.

-88-
15-Aug-2016, 18:13
Found this lens on Parnu, Estonia. All information is "standard portrait objective no.6" Waterhouse stops are missing.
Tested only two pics yet. 4x5 x-ray. Kodak T-mat.

https://c6.staticflickr.com/9/8670/28147849333_f296900e3e_c.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/JTk5X8)2016-08-04-0006 (https://flic.kr/p/JTk5X8) by Jukka (https://www.flickr.com/photos/14064287@N06/), on Flickr

https://c5.staticflickr.com/9/8797/28145308924_16cdc19987_c.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/JT74LY)2016-08-04-0005 (https://flic.kr/p/JT74LY) by Jukka (https://www.flickr.com/photos/14064287@N06/), on Flickr

Randy Moe
17-Aug-2016, 21:10
This is my mother, she died yesterday at 95. I assume LF from the era and lens softness on original, heavy paper 5X7 print. The scan shows it's current color tone. Shot at the Golden Rule Building, Photoreflex Studio, St Paul Minn. No date, but must be between 1937 and 1945. Signed by mother with 'All My Love June" which could be for only one person, my father. He is also gone. Found it today as I put together a slideshow for survivors. (great grandchildren) More daunting a task than I imagined in many ways. I have pictures dated from 1937.

This is the best one.

Since everybody uses a darn phone, I am making a phone capable slide show which actually looks great Chromecast to large TV. At least the B&W and SX70 Polaroids do, all color prints look horrible and don't scan or PS well. Fade and huge color shifts. No wonder I dislike color.

https://c3.staticflickr.com/9/8059/28952388522_856fcd8d89_h.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/L7qyqs)Mom (https://flic.kr/p/L7qyqs) by moe.randy (https://www.flickr.com/photos/tincancollege/), on Flickr

jumanji
17-Aug-2016, 22:03
A fabulous portrait of a fabulous woman. My condolence Randy.

gary892
17-Aug-2016, 22:40
My condolence Randy.

koraks
17-Aug-2016, 22:43
Randy, my condolences. Your mother was a stylish lady by the looks of it. I hope you have fond memories of her.

Randy Moe
18-Aug-2016, 07:00
Thanks all for your comments and thoughts.

June had a calm wisdom despite never getting past 2 years of HS. It was the Great Depression, in dirt farm Northern Mn. June was forced out of home by her mother to make her way. My father caught June when they were both 15 and they only separated during WWll until he returned wounded. What is really interesting is how happy they look in all pre 1945 pictures.

Pali K
18-Aug-2016, 07:02
My condolences Randy.

diversey
18-Aug-2016, 07:14
Randy: My condolences. You do look like your mother. A beautiful picture!

Pere Casals
18-Aug-2016, 10:09
My condolences.

In this portrait she looks a like a Holywood star. Yes... that happy look is very charming.

mathieu Bauwens
18-Aug-2016, 11:09
My condolences Randy.

Armin Seeholzer
18-Aug-2016, 13:53
Randy, my condolences to wonderfull pic of a very lovely woman!

Old_Dick
18-Aug-2016, 15:00
Classic shot, my condolences Randy. Must bring back wonderful times.

ckagy
18-Aug-2016, 18:44
Randy, I'm sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts.

-Chris

SoulfulRecover
18-Aug-2016, 19:40
https://c2.staticflickr.com/9/8088/28460519913_8deed02eee_c.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KmXB2c)

Untitled (https://flic.kr/p/KmXB2c) by Shutter_Inc. (https://www.flickr.com/photos/coltonstark/), on Flickr

Randy Moe
18-Aug-2016, 19:47
Thanks everybody. A new shot is posted.

Life goes on.

Roger Thoms
18-Aug-2016, 20:22
Randy, sorry to hear about your loss, beautiful portrait of your mother, thanks for posting.

Roger

Ari
18-Aug-2016, 20:56
https://c2.staticflickr.com/9/8088/28460519913_8deed02eee_c.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KmXB2c)

Untitled (https://flic.kr/p/KmXB2c) by Shutter_Inc. (https://www.flickr.com/photos/coltonstark/), on Flickr

This is what makes using VCs so special; pretty sweet-looking shot.

Leszek Vogt
18-Aug-2016, 21:14
My condolences, Randy.

Les

Chris7521
18-Aug-2016, 23:35
This is my mother, she died yesterday at 95. I assume LF from the era and lens softness on original, heavy paper 5X7 print. The scan shows it's current color tone. Shot at the Golden Rule Building, Photoreflex Studio, St Paul Minn. No date, but must be between 1937 and 1945. Signed by mother with 'All My Love June" which could be for only one person, my father. He is also gone. Found it today as I put together a slideshow for survivors. (great grandchildren) More daunting a task than I imagined in many ways. I have pictures dated from 1937.


This is the best one.

Since everybody uses a darn phone, I am making a phone capable slide show which actually looks great Chromecast to large TV. At least the B&W and SX70 Polaroids do, all color prints look horrible and don't scan or PS well. Fade and huge color shifts. No wonder I dislike color.

https://c3.staticflickr.com/9/8059/28952388522_856fcd8d89_h.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/L7qyqs)Mom (https://flic.kr/p/L7qyqs) by moe.randy (https://www.flickr.com/photos/tincancollege/), on FlickrVery sorry to hear. It's a great photo to have of her. You should hang it up. I came across a nice one of my mom as a young girl in the late 30's, after she passed. I like to see it on the wall.

mdarnton
19-Aug-2016, 04:46
Great photo. Sorry to hear about your mother.

maxotics
19-Aug-2016, 06:43
That's a great photo of your Mother! Doesn't get any better than that. I too have become the family photo-historian. I recently posted photos of my Mother when she was a ballerina. Although she's in her 80s, she's not in the condition I'd like my kids to think of her (and one day, maybe, their grand children). I wonder if your Mom was courting your Dad at that point and not filling in his name was a subtle hint ;)

Here's a portrait I did of my friend Mark Wylie using my latest DigiTiler build. (42 image stitch, Sony A7 on Graflex with Nikkor 180 W. Almost no light in his studio--I should have brought lights!--so at f5.6 and high ISO).

I'm currently building Mark a DigiTiler and he's going to use it to do macro stuff with his Nikon. I'm going to get a Cambo view camera from CatLABs and explore tilt-shift stuff (of course, will continue to do portraits whenever I can get someone to sit still for 30 seconds).

https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8270/28961851272_f634822c60_b_d.jpg

Miguel Coquis
20-Aug-2016, 10:19
I ask to my piano teacher to work a portrait from her and to stand for me beside the window, while setting the camera a butterfly came into the field.
So we call it Lady Butterfly.
Ilford 13x18cm
Old barrel lens

Jim Jones
20-Aug-2016, 13:02
Beautiful opportunity, good capture.

mathieu Bauwens
21-Aug-2016, 01:18
Very nice Miguel

KevinA
21-Aug-2016, 02:37
A simple question on the face of it...............What is a portrait?

D-tach
21-Aug-2016, 03:37
Nice work Miguel, Ari! Randy, love the print of your mother.

http://Tomkeymeulen.zenfolio.com/img/s7/v156/p1913840592-5.jpg

Deardorff - Cooke PS945 - Fomapan 100 5x7 @25 - XTOL
For once I got her to pose my back wasn't seated properly due to hurrying :eek: had to add some contrast and crop a bit

Armin Seeholzer
21-Aug-2016, 15:51
Miguel its a fantistic picture of the wonderfull lady, I really like it!!

SoulfulRecover
22-Aug-2016, 10:21
Not sure I dig this one or not:

https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8132/28973398192_5f90412bdf.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/L9heS9)

I don't think I "scanned" this one quite right. The exposure on the face should be lighter but I do like the image

https://c3.staticflickr.com/9/8338/28973397882_1fc26733c5.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/L9heLN)

Michael Graves
22-Aug-2016, 13:45
I ask to my piano teacher to work a portrait from her and to stand for me beside the window, while setting the camera a butterfly came into the field.
So we call it Lady Butterfly.
Ilford 13x18cm
Old barrel lens

I'd have definitely stuck with piano if my teacher had looked like that.

Ootsk
22-Aug-2016, 23:11
Here's a few of my niece.
Speed graphic.
The sharper one is about a 9in no name petzval.
The softer one is a longer f4 Darlot.
154148
154149

Miguel Coquis
22-Aug-2016, 23:33
Beautiful opportunity, good capture.


Very nice Miguel


Miguel its a fantistic picture of the wonderfull lady, I really like it!!


I'd have definitely stuck with piano if my teacher had looked like that.

Yes, thanks my dear colleagues.
I enjoy this tableaux as well and would say, that thanks to photography, many good things are given to us.
Mainly, things relative to beauty that one can not refuse.

Jeune femme
Ilford 13x18cm
damaged negative (but it was worthy to work on it).

ScottPhotoCo
23-Aug-2016, 14:20
This image is part of the series from a session with emerging actor Tyler Hubbard. I am working on an article about why I still choose to shoot film and what the process, cameras, films and processing approaches bring to my work. You will be able so read the story shortly here: www.scottphoto.co/blog/

Century Studio 9 + 5x7 Foma 200 (shot at 100) + 42cm Heliar (f4.5) + XTOL 1:1


https://c4.staticflickr.com/9/8365/29187071635_7a4db44090_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/Ltanx2)Tyler Hubbard August 2016 (https://flic.kr/p/Ltanx2) by Tim Scott (https://www.flickr.com/photos/themdidit/), on Flickr

Ken Lee
23-Aug-2016, 16:50
That's a very engaging portrait !

Raymond Bleesz
23-Aug-2016, 17:19
This image is of my nephew-- a short portrait session, however, it was my first portrait with my camera which was undergoing its first test, a portrait. This camera, one I have been restoring, working on, learning about, is a 6.5 x 8.5 Scovill Albion field camera with a Rochester Victor lens on it (1889)(1881). The film holders 6.5 x 8.5 had to be adapted to this camera and had 5x7 film adapters within this older, larger film holder allowing the use of 5x7 film which was totally new to me as well.

I am having another 6.5 x 8.5 film holder adapted to my camera so I will have 4 5x7 negatives to work with. Further testing will be conducted, but this first portrait, in my opinion is outstanding.154254

Mark Sampson
23-Aug-2016, 18:40
Well done, Raymond, a good start!

ScottPhotoCo
23-Aug-2016, 19:42
That's a very engaging portrait !

Thank you sir.


Tim
www.ScottPhoto.co

richardman
24-Aug-2016, 21:56
"A Miracle Gift"

(yes, there are light flare, it is what is it)

Susanne is dying. No, (hopefully) not tomorrow or next week, but as a metastatic cancer patient, it will kill her. This is why you don't hear about metastatic cancer with the "Pink" campaign and such because these patients do not get better.

We had never met in person and with our ignorance of Midwest geography, we did not realize that we were only 3 hours away from Susanne and her wife, Jenn, from Kansas City where we were attending an event. When we found out, we did the only thing possible: at the last day of the event, we got up with 2 hours of sleep and rented a car from the airport, drove 3 hours to meet them, did some photos and had lunch, then drove 3 hours back to the airport to catch our flight.

Susanne called it a "miracle gift", I call it the least we can do for them.

http://richardmanphoto.com/PICS/20160824-Scanned-1.jpg

DrTang
25-Aug-2016, 08:48
Century Studio 9 + 5x7 Foma 200 (shot at 100) + 42cm Heliar (f4.5) + XTOL 1:1




those dang heliars - can't beat 'em with a stick!

jesse
25-Aug-2016, 14:09
Ebony 4x5, Voigtlander Petzval, Delta 100, D-76

http://cloud.xitek.com//pics/201608/149/14934/14934_1472159074.jpg

ScottPhotoCo
25-Aug-2016, 14:21
Ebony 4x5, Voigtlander Petzval, Delta 100, D-76

http://cloud.xitek.com//pics/201608/149/14934/14934_1472159074.jpg

Beautiful light and moment.


Tim
www.ScottPhoto.co

ScottPhotoCo
25-Aug-2016, 14:22
those dang heliars - can't beat 'em with a stick!

I try to keep pointy things away from my Heliars. It scares me.


Tim
www.ScottPhoto.co

Jim Galli
25-Aug-2016, 16:57
Bracan, the images are lovely, but the bokeh of the Aero Ektar is troubling at best. It's rather like when I play the piano. Dissonant.

Ironage
26-Aug-2016, 05:49
Decided to print some previous work using Ziatype to learn how it deals with different negatives. I love this process!
https://c8.staticflickr.com/9/8345/28621895343_6a57756075_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KBdGjc)Savannah (https://flic.kr/p/KBdGjc) by Timothy Gordish (https://www.flickr.com/photos/125171332@N02/), on Flickr
https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8169/28619488904_14d52dc276_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KB1mXS)Bob and Genene (https://flic.kr/p/KB1mXS) by Timothy Gordish (https://www.flickr.com/photos/125171332@N02/), on Flickrhttps://c3.staticflickr.com/9/8814/29208642066_b92e500c42_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/Lv4VF1)Nellie (https://flic.kr/p/Lv4VF1) by Timothy Gordish (https://www.flickr.com/photos/125171332@N02/), on Flickr

EdSawyer
26-Aug-2016, 19:25
Imnsho, the AE, like most lenses, has better bokeh one stop down (f/3.5-4.0 in this case) than wide open.

benrains
27-Aug-2016, 07:05
https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8711/28641937264_1180f1c325_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KCZq5y)
lily and madeleine (https://flic.kr/p/KCZq5y) by Ben Rains (https://www.flickr.com/photos/benrains/), on Flickr

Century Studio 10A w/8x10 back
Goerz Dagor 14"/7.7
Ilford HP5 Plus / Adonal 1+50

Peter De Smidt
27-Aug-2016, 07:18
That's really well done, Ben!

alexmuir
27-Aug-2016, 09:12
Decided to print some previous work using Ziatype to learn how it deals with different negatives. I love this process!
https://c8.staticflickr.com/9/8345/28621895343_6a57756075_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KBdGjc)Savannah (https://flic.kr/p/KBdGjc) by Timothy Gordish (https://www.flickr.com/photos/125171332@N02/), on Flickr
https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8169/28619488904_14d52dc276_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KB1mXS)Bob and Genene (https://flic.kr/p/KB1mXS) by Timothy Gordish (https://www.flickr.com/photos/125171332@N02/), on Flickrhttps://c3.staticflickr.com/9/8814/29208642066_b92e500c42_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/Lv4VF1)Nellie (https://flic.kr/p/Lv4VF1) by Timothy Gordish (https://www.flickr.com/photos/125171332@N02/), on Flickr

I really like these portraits. The subjects seem relaxed and natural.
Alex



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SergeiR
27-Aug-2016, 10:44
8x10 xray, 360mm Heliar

https://c6.staticflickr.com/9/8344/29190819781_7ec7f7f722_c.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/LtuzJe)Time to get out (https://flic.kr/p/LtuzJe) by Sergei Rodionov (https://www.flickr.com/photos/sergeistudio/), on Flickr

thesilverfox
27-Aug-2016, 13:33
4x5 Delta 100, Nikon SW90
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v251/mdarlow/img384_zps9vd6f98h.jpg (http://smg.photobucket.com/user/mdarlow/media/img384_zps9vd6f98h.jpg.html)

jesse
27-Aug-2016, 22:33
https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8711/28641937264_1180f1c325_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KCZq5y)
lily and madeleine (https://flic.kr/p/KCZq5y) by Ben Rains (https://www.flickr.com/photos/benrains/), on Flickr

Century Studio 10A w/8x10 back
Goerz Dagor 14"/7.7
Ilford HP5 Plus / Adonal 1+50

Very nice!

jesse
27-Aug-2016, 22:34
8x10 xray, 360mm Heliar

https://c6.staticflickr.com/9/8344/29190819781_7ec7f7f722_c.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/LtuzJe)Time to get out (https://flic.kr/p/LtuzJe) by Sergei Rodionov (https://www.flickr.com/photos/sergeistudio/), on Flickr


Awesome!

benrains
28-Aug-2016, 11:35
That's really well done, Ben!


Very nice!

Thanks, Peter and Jesse!

Stephane
28-Aug-2016, 12:42
Zhau through a Dallmeyer Bergheim #1

https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8802/29262410336_c6c85da87a_c.jpg

Roger Thoms
28-Aug-2016, 12:59
Stephane, you're a master, always enjoy your portrait work.


Roger

SergeiR
28-Aug-2016, 13:42
Awesome!

Thanks :))

Here is another one.

4x5, 210mm Caltar II-N.


Original concept was to work this into 20x24 film image, but i miscalculated exposure for large one, luckily we have this 4x5 back up ;)
(not that i got right iso measured for huge film we might redo this)

https://c7.staticflickr.com/9/8716/29169062182_dffcba3ed0_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/Lrz4Xd)Milkmaid (https://flic.kr/p/Lrz4Xd) by Sergei Rodionov (https://www.flickr.com/photos/sergeistudio/), on Flickr

Jim Jones
28-Aug-2016, 17:51
Sergei, Another very powerful portrait.

Stephane
28-Aug-2016, 23:29
Thank you Roger for the huge compliment, even though I just see myself as a keen amateur doing it for pleasure and satisfaction, not profit...

tchosss
29-Aug-2016, 07:11
http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160829/9f2b844852fc7909662f76ae9615a3c5.jpg

My first tries with long bellows extension using Rodenstock 210 5.6, fomapan 200@100 in D23

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Jim Fitzgerald
29-Aug-2016, 07:30
Stephane, always love your work and the wonderful lenses you use. That Dallmeyer has a wonderful signature.

SergeiR
29-Aug-2016, 07:40
Sergei, Another very powerful portrait.

thank you, Jim

diversey
29-Aug-2016, 08:44
Nice first tires!


http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160829/9f2b844852fc7909662f76ae9615a3c5.jpg

My first tries with long bellows extension using Rodenstock 210 5.6, fomapan 200@100 in D23

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jesse
29-Aug-2016, 08:56
Zhau through a Dallmeyer Bergheim #1

https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8802/29262410336_c6c85da87a_c.jpg

This is the first time I saw the image from this lens, very nice!

Randy Moe
29-Aug-2016, 09:07
4X5 Travelwide 90mm Raptor M3 Flashbulb handheld

https://c3.staticflickr.com/9/8410/28694658074_cd75076a24_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KHDC93)Green What (https://flic.kr/p/KHDC93) by moe.randy (https://www.flickr.com/photos/tincancollege/), on Flickr

bloodhoundbob
29-Aug-2016, 09:59
4X5 Travelwide 90mm Raptor M3 Flashbulb handheld

https://c3.staticflickr.com/9/8410/28694658074_cd75076a24_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/KHDC93)Green What (https://flic.kr/p/KHDC93) by moe.randy (https://www.flickr.com/photos/tincancollege/), on Flickr

Great job, Randy-I love it!

Bob

Randy Moe
29-Aug-2016, 10:41
The big guy, just sent me this. Bar & Darkroom. http://petapixel.com/2016/08/26/someone-building-photo-themed-bar-working-darkroom-d-c/

tchosss
30-Aug-2016, 02:54
Nice first tires!
Thanks!


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Tim Meisburger
30-Aug-2016, 03:25
The big guy, just sent me this. Bar & Darkroom. http://petapixel.com/2016/08/26/someone-building-photo-themed-bar-working-darkroom-d-c/

Ha ha... I've been looking for a darkroom in DC. Drinking and printing...

Randy Moe
30-Aug-2016, 04:14
Ha ha... I've been looking for a darkroom in DC. Drinking and printing...

I find the 2 do not mix as they have divergent goals

Tim Meisburger
30-Aug-2016, 08:18
I find the 2 do not mix as they have divergent goals


But don't you find that all the prints look prettier at closing time?

Randy Moe
30-Aug-2016, 08:35
But don't you find that all the prints look prettier at closing time?

We must go to different bars...

...that bar never closes for me...since the first time I went there 13 years ago.

Alan Gales
30-Aug-2016, 09:17
The big guy, just sent me this. Bar & Darkroom. http://petapixel.com/2016/08/26/someone-building-photo-themed-bar-working-darkroom-d-c/

I'd have to do my beer drinking after the developing and printing. Alcohol makes me lazy! :)

Nice bar shot, Randy!

Jim Jones
30-Aug-2016, 11:09
At least pure alcohol makes a fine final rinse for film for LF photographers in a hurry to print.

Randy Moe
30-Aug-2016, 14:06
At least pure alcohol makes a fine final rinse for film for LF photographers in a hurry to print.

Everclear?

I have a bottle I bought for Denise Ross emulsions, if I ever get to that.

I tried to drink a shot of Everclear when I was 18. No go!

gimenosaiz
31-Aug-2016, 04:15
Hi!
Long time since my last visit!
Great work everybody.
Bracan: you really master the magical combo!!!!
Randy: sorry for your lost ... my mum died one year ago.

Best regards everybody!
Antonio