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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Thanks, It's in Lethbridge, Alberta. Shot in the coulees.

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    Starting to finally get snow here, I like it for photography. Not compatible with most old cars though.

    I'm a student of the pictorialist movement, and many of there photos if you saw them in an exhibit were pretty dark. So much so they sometimes went through tremendous effort (Struss) to make them extra dark and moody. Not every scene lends it self to that of course, but I think it's fun to have that in mind when printing. This is a pretty boring image as a B&W scan like a silver print. It was super cool all iridescent blue and green and solarized after it came out of the UV box. I thought it was decent as a toned cyanotype in final form as well. The paper texture is not visible to the eye, just to the scanner; it's dark chocolate on cream paper.

    9" gundlach hyperion, fp4+, arches platine, new cyanotype, tannic acid.




    img719 by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr

    A test print just like the one above all solarized before development. I might have to start scanning these before developing! cell phone camera in dim light doesn't cut it.

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

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    Vase - Home made meniscus Lens
    Attached a 2.25" meniscus lens to a lens board and had a go. Estmated f/6 and 330mm focal length. Arista EDU100 in R3 Monobath. Used my hand for the shutter.


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    Bookcase - Home made meniscus Lens
    Attached a 2.25" meniscus lens to a lens board and had a go. Estmated f/6 and 330mm focal length. Arista EDU100 in R3 Monobath. Used my hand for the shutter.
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    Critiques always welcome...

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    I was going post this in "Photos made at close distance" but the "Galli style" section is more appropriate I suppose...

    I mounted the front element of a Bausch-Lomb 5x8 Tessar in a tube so I could easily adjust it. In this photo it's probably 1/4" beyond the barrel front threads





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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Quote Originally Posted by reedvalve View Post
    I was going post this in "Photos made at close distance" but the "Galli style" section is more appropriate I suppose...

    I mounted the front element of a Bausch-Lomb 5x8 Tessar in a tube so I could easily adjust it. In this photo it's probably 1/4" beyond the barrel front threads

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    Korona 5x7 | desaturated Portra 160 (what a waste of color film, but it's better in B&W)[/CENTER]
    Very nice indeed.
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    Thanks Jim. It just goes to show that, with a little experimentation, you can do some cool stuff with what you have laying around, especially if you are pointed in the right direction by some folks with experience.
    Ethan

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    My brother is building a barn. Lots of fresh unweathered wood to photograph and enjoy. I had pitch on me in several places before using up six sheets of film.

    4x5 speed graphic, 7.25" Verito, FP4+ film in pyrocat hdc.



    img938 by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    It's been a while, so why not. I have a new2me Cooke and I'm under it's spell.


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    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: post "in Galli style"

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post
    It's been a while, so why not. I have a new2me Cooke and I'm under it's spell.


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    Cooke Series VI 13" wide open, Sharp setting.
    Well done Jim.

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    It is always good to see a new Jim Galli image! More please.
    Keith

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