Nice one Steve.
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Nice one Steve.
John, consider a Linhof Technika 70 if you can find one with the matching cam for the three lenses (which are good). It has a good viewfinder and rangefinder, shift and tilt on the front standard and...
I Like it Steve, particularly the reflections.
SteveH, I'm kicking myself. Drove through Murtoa on the way home from Bendigo a month ago and didn't notice the shed. Will make a special effort next time along that road. BTW, if you haven't seen...
Craig, there is a chap in Adelaide who may be able to help. PM me if you are interested.
Robert, I bought an HZX45-IIA from Studio Gear two years ago. Quick service and I would recommend them.
That is superb, Christopher. I could smell the sage as I opened the page.
Well done Craig. Great results. You're a braver man than me!
Ah, Lucas, the Prince of Darkness - inventor and patent holder of the short circuit. Though to be fair, if he could learn how to keep the smoke within the wiring, everything should work.
Cellars of the 19th Century Unicorn Brewery, Burra. Shen Hao 4x5, 150mm, f16, 8 mins 29 secs.
Stuart, as someone who has only 15 months experience with LF, I agree with the replies you have received. I spent several evenings with my 4x5 on the tripod focused on the mess on my desk watching...
Hughes pumphouse, Moonta copper mines, South Australia.
Linhof V, 150mm Symmar, FP4+
Coops, I'm a beginner at this, but what I have been doing with a degree of success is to use the "Incident" setting rather than "Zone". This means that you only have to take a reading in the...
Where's O. Winston Link when we need him!!!
"Wow! How do you cross that thing???"
This photo should have appeared first.
The photo following was taken by my father in the late 1950's with a hand-held Super Technika III at the Pt Wakefield circuit (which was closed in 1960, I think). It was taken on the start/finish...