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    おせわに なります! Andrew O'Neill's Avatar
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    How About A New Picture Post?

    Thought I'd revive the old picture thread with a new, fresh one.
    All pics are from HP5+ 8x10 negs (straight scans of proof prints) with the exception of the little church in Shulus. Thats on Rollei 4x5 IR with a #25 filter.
    The leaf on the Arbutus stumped was held in place with chewing gum...hey, it was a windy day and that's all I had!

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    Re: How About A New Picture Post?

    It is a cattle feeder. I like it there. Its part of the scene.
    Sorry, but it is distracting. When you look at the image, the eye goes right to the cattle feeder...is that what you intended? As it is so small an not really part of the scene, I don't think so.
    All these little details, we need to be aware of. They can really take away from a really nice image...and yours is really nice, dont' get me wrong.

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    Re: How About A New Picture Post?

    Andrew, thank you for both the compliment and suggestion. I see what you are saying.

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    Re: How About A New Picture Post?

    Getting the new thread rolling...

    I made this one on Sept. 12, 2006, the 160th anniversary of Elizabeth Barret Browning and Robert Browning eloping, (those are two of their books). Yeah, I should be embarrassed, posting such smut...

    11x14 Burke & James, 300mm Fuji-L Tessar, Arista 100 film (which I've grown to dislike) in HC110, Ilford MGIV FB (which I've grown to love), slightly sepia toned.

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    Re: How About A New Picture Post?

    Well, since I posted one on the 'old' thread, and since this forum has no regular display area, here's one done since that.

    Found a great old Caterpillar bulldozer up in the White Mtns of California. Still operating, but fortunately it wasn't running when I made this image with my Ebony SV45U, 90mm Rodenstock, and a sheet of Delta 100.


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    Re: How About A New Picture Post?

    Very nice image, Mark. May I ask who's on top?

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    Re: How About A New Picture Post?

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    Very nice image, Mark. May I ask who's on top?

    Robert, of course. I'm a very traditional photographer...

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    Re: How About A New Picture Post?

    What quote? What cattle feeder?

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    Re: How About A New Picture Post?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey Sipress View Post
    What quote? What cattle feeder?
    Hi Jeffrey,

    This thread is a continuation of another thread posted earlier:

    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...t=17509&page=6

    Cheers
    Life in the fast lane!

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    Re: How About A New Picture Post?

    Fujinon A 240. Kodak TMX. Paterson FX-39.

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