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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by sheel View Post
    Sinar Norma 4x5
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    Sheet 73 by Sheel Kapur, on Flickr
    Beautiful!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I like that one sheel. Ektar always has such electric blue skies though!

    Here's something I took today. My original plan was a bust - went to a trail I've been wanting to hike for weeks but didn't realize to get much down it you have to ford a raging river (due to recent rains) and I was unprepared for that in improper clothes and with it being a chilly, windy day - not something I wanted to be wet in all day.

    But I hung out around the edge of the "creek" and shot a few things anyway. Here are some water puddles on the banks of Holly Creek:

    Chamonix 45n1, 150mm APO Symmar, TMX, FX-39, cropped 2:3

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    A last slide from my trip to the island Mallorca. Cap formentor. Velvia 50 slide film. 210mm Sironar N.

    Mallorca Impression 15 by Sebastian Dziuba, auf Flickr

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    A last slide from my trip to the island Mallorca. Cap formentor. Velvia 50 slide film. 210mm Sironar N.

    Mallorca Impression 15 by Sebastian Dziuba, auf Flickr
    Really nice Sebastian. Thanks for the Mallorca series. It is the newest addition of places I would like to visit!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    Ah man, we were there at the exact same time - I arrived 10/22 and left 10/24 for Sequoia National Park! I did see someone with a 4x5 at Tunnel View on the evening of 10/22, around 5:30pm just before sunset, heading back to his car. The camera looked like it may have had a cambo reflex hood on it. Would that have been you??

    Would be fun to meet some local film/large-format shooters.

    The best colors/foliage I saw were the Maple's near the entry of the valley, at Valley View. Absolutely stunning along the Merced. I'm bummed I overexposed those Velvia shots.

    Here's one I just dev'd last night on Ektar.

    Sinar Norma 4x5
    Kodak Ektar 100
    Fujinon SW 90mm F8


    Sheet 73 by Sheel Kapur, on Flickr
    Very very nice........lovely composition

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by sdzsdz View Post
    A last slide from my trip to the island Mallorca. Cap formentor. Velvia 50 slide film. 210mm Sironar N.

    Mallorca Impression 15 by Sebastian Dziuba, auf Flickr
    Fantastic.................Print it and hang it on a wall

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by sheel View Post
    Ah man, we were there at the exact same time - I arrived 10/22 and left 10/24 for Sequoia National Park! I did see someone with a 4x5 at Tunnel View on the evening of 10/22, around 5:30pm just before sunset, heading back to his car. The camera looked like it may have had a cambo reflex hood on it. Would that have been you??

    Would be fun to meet some local film/large-format shooters.

    The best colors/foliage I saw were the Maple's near the entry of the valley, at Valley View. Absolutely stunning along the Merced. I'm bummed I overexposed those Velvia shots.
    That was indeed me. Well, more likely than not. I never saw another person with a LF camera. Did see one group with a drone at Tunnel View. Are those things allowed in the park? Anyway, the thing I most regret was the clear blue skies. Especially at sunset. Oh well, next year.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by sheel View Post
    Ah man, we were there at the exact same time - I arrived 10/22 and left 10/24 for Sequoia National Park! I did see someone with a 4x5 at Tunnel View on the evening of 10/22, around 5:30pm just before sunset, heading back to his car. The camera looked like it may have had a cambo reflex hood on it. Would that have been you??

    Would be fun to meet some local film/large-format shooters.

    The best colors/foliage I saw were the Maple's near the entry of the valley, at Valley View. Absolutely stunning along the Merced. I'm bummed I overexposed those Velvia shots.

    Here's one I just dev'd last night on Ektar.

    Sinar Norma 4x5
    Kodak Ektar 100
    Fujinon SW 90mm F8


    Sheet 73 by Sheel Kapur, on Flickr
    Very nice image! I would love to go there some day.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Corran: I really like your "water puddles." We've been exchanging some notes on originality versus "the more common" images in the "Why We Photograph" thread, and I think this is a wonderful example of finding the less obvious in a scene. I'm in a bit of a bind, because I really like some of your creek scenes as well, even if they are more typical images, since they are also very well seen and done. OK, enough ego stroking !

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Thank you Peter! I agree with you regarding the "less obvious." It's something I'm trying to improve on - but yeah I still like to shoot what might be "typical," in my own way .
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