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  1. #61

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    Re: Pricktorialism

    Superb image. Amazing what these old lenses are capable of. Congratulations.

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    Carl Zeiss Tessar 5cm 2.8 Contax RF prewar uncoated + Ricoh GXR



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    Jeff D. Welker
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    Re: Pricktorialism

    Barry Kirsten, thank you!

    Carl Zeiss Tessar 5cm 2.8 Contax RF early, uncoated + Ricoh GXR



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    Jeff D. Welker
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    Re: Pricktorialism

    Good job Jeff, right in the topic!

    Playing with a fun tiny petzval. Not really soft focus Pricktorialism, but still kinda weird.


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    Re: Pricktorialism

    I have these. #1 began life as a color neg. Expired polacolor 200 in a Mamiya 1000Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	176657, testing a 500mm mirror lens gifted to me. Digital negative, Van Dyke print and oil colored. The craft isn't there yet but 1st attempt.

    #2 is from 6x6 delta 100 neg. Same process, digital neg, vdb, oil color. Just exploring. Click image for larger version. 

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    My first image post so I hope I get it right. Thanks.

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    Re: Pricktorialism

    Some tests with a stopped down magnifying glass on a m4/3 camera...

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    Re: Pricktorialism

    Quite lovely, Chris! A very impressionistic, "painterly" effect.
    "I love my Verito lens, but I always have to sharpen everything in Photoshop..."

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    Thank you Mark. I didn't realize while shooting through the small screen of the panasonic gm1. Then a generous amount of Vibrance and a little dehaze etc did the job.
    I think i will give another try these days as spring doesn't last long here.

    It is a small magnifying glass with a diameter of about 35mm and of 110mm focal length aprox. Mounted on a cardboard tube with a stop of 10mm in dia. so, something like an f11 and 220mm equivalent for FF cameras.

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    Re: Pricktorialism

    Here my first tryout to make a soft focus pictorialism image.
    While still waiting for my ordered soft focus lens for my 4x5, I remembered I had a softar I around.
    I hope a rose counts as well as it has some stings on it.

    Used a Hasselblad 501c/m, Sonnar 150mm F/4, Softar I filter, Acros 100 in Microfine Stock slightly longer developed



    White_Rose
    by Miguel Buschhauer, on Flickr

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