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    Process lens used for Landscape

    I used a 300mm f/10 process lens on my 4x5 for a Landscape photo of Treeferns and Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans) near my home in Victoria, Australia. I took it whilst there was a light veil of fog. The exposure was 15 mins at f/90 on fomapan 100.

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    That's a really delicate and beautiful image Peter. Very well executed.

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    Hmm. That looks much like an illustration -- woodcut? -- out of a 19th century book on natural history.

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    Love the tones in that image! Just beautiful!

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    Absolutely stunning!!

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    Re: Process lens used for Landscape

    Wonderful!

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    That's a beautiful image and you calculated reciprocity perfectly. Quite a feat for Foma! Bravo!

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    Thankyou everybody for your positive feedback. Dan in the 1850's there were some beautiful landscape paintings that were done of the Dandenong Ranges - Many of the Mountain Ash were huge then - much like the Giant Sequoias in California. We still have some huge trees.
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    Re: Process lens used for Landscape

    Quote Originally Posted by peterkinchington View Post
    I used a 300mm f/10 process lens on my 4x5 for a Landscape photo of Treeferns and Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans) near my home in Victoria, Australia. I took it whilst there was a light veil of fog. The exposure was 15 mins at f/90 on fomapan 100.

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    This is really nice.

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    Wow!. Beautiful. Nice composition, great tonality.

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