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    Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    Post your TTH Cooke Portrait lens shots that you think perhaps explain the consistent value of these classic lenses.


    packard darrin

    Cooke Series IIC 15" wide open on 6.5X8.5 format
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    Re: Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    Gorgeous image. Very well done.

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    Re: Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    Betti

    13x18cm paper negative

    Cooke 300mm 3.5 full soft


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    Re: Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    Classic car with a classic lens. Congratulations. Beautiful. My Cooke XVa is more of an Ansel Adams lens then a pictorial look and feel. Grin.
    When I grow up, I want to be a photographer.

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    Re: Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    Thanks for the comments. Gorgeous image Emil. That's what I'm talking about.
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    Re: Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    beautiful guys. Wish I could parcipitate but alas, no Cooke yet!

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    Re: Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    I'd love to participate but first I must get my Cooke lenses onto cameras (or finish the SLR restoration)

    Great inspirations.

    Ian

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    Re: Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    Another one - same cooke as above...


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    Re: Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    Nice bird!

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    Re: Cookin' with Cooke! Please Post u'r Cooke Portrait lens shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post
    Post your TTH Cooke Portrait lens shots that you think perhaps explain the consistent value of these classic lenses.


    packard darrin

    Cooke Series IIC 15" wide open on 6.5X8.5 format
    Very nice Jim ! Love the Bokeh ! Were you using a reducing back or did your full plate took this lens like champ ?

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