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    Re: show me something else

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron789 View Post
    Seems like this thread is dying..... Does that mean that everybody prefers to stay in his / her comfort zone, shooting the same LF photo's we've been doing over the past 50 years? That worries me: my fear is that too few young photographers will feel attracted to the traditional LF photography style and as a result LF film ptotography will die within decades. I would love to see more innovative and exciting applications of LF!
    i think you are right ... oh well, i tried..

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    Re: show me something else

    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    i think you are right ... oh well, i tried..
    Hang on thread. I'll shoot to order.

    Soon.

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    Re: show me something else

    I've had some ideas in mind for this before you even suggested it. Appreciate the encouragement and adventure suggested by the thread. It's overdue. Just posted in the November portrait thread.

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    One of my first Mordancage experiments!

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    Re: show me something else

    Bipin, interesting! Can you please tell a bit more about the Mordancage idea?

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    Thank you! Mordancage is a process in which a developed print or negative is exposed to a chemical bath that allows you to peel the emulsion off of the base and mechanically manipulate it by hand, with tweezers, etc. It's not too difficult, and the results are pretty unique - I'd encourage you to give it a try! http://www.alternativephotography.co...nd-and-process

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    This was WAY out of my comfort zone when I did it. But I did it because I had never tried it before. I took two different images with my Crown Graphic then sandwiched the negatives together for this. Did a little dodging and burning of course. Its on fiber based paper and toned with what I think was sepia, but I'm not sure. I normally like landscapes because they don't move.

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    This was WAY out of my comfort zone. I normally like landscapes. they don't move and can't talk back. But I had this idea and had to try it because I had never done it before. I took two different images with my Crown Graphic, then sandwiched the negatives together for this image. On fiber based paper and sepia toned. Took some dodging and burning.

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    Re: show me something else

    Quote Originally Posted by CassJohnson View Post
    This was WAY out of my comfort zone. I normally like landscapes. they don't move and can't talk back. But I had this idea and had to try it because I had never done it before. I took two different images with my Crown Graphic, then sandwiched the negatives together for this image. On fiber based paper and sepia toned. Took some dodging and burning.

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    Well done!

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    Cascade by moe.randy, on Flickr

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