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    Jan. portraits

    happy new year everyone.

    lets see some new year portraits! these are from this morning.

    the 3/4 photos is a 5X7 ON BLACK ALUMINUM. 10 inch whole plate RR shot wide open. Moe sitting very still in 10 degree F temps for ten seconds....maybe she is frozen.....

    the head shot is the same lens on 8x10. i had some issues pouring the developer on....i tried whipping it but that did not help! just posted it for fun.
    My YouTube Channel has many interesting videos on Soft Focus Lenses and Wood Cameras. Check it out.

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    Re: Jan. portraits

    The only portraits I have shot so far in Jan. 2009 was a wedding today that I had one day's notice to do (my niece). I'll take the film to be developed tomorrow. I'm exhausted.

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    Re: Jan. portraits

    Bruce
    Brian Ellis
    Before you criticize someone, walk a mile in their shoes. That way when you do criticize them you'll be
    a mile away and you'll have their shoes.

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    Re: Jan. portraits



    4x5" Toyo view GX Fujinon 250/6.7@16 Delta 100 + Amaloco 74

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    Re: Jan. portraits



    8x10" Toyo view G Artar 480/11@16 Foma Medix + Amaloco 74

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    Re: Jan. portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Dany View Post


    4x5" Toyo view GX Fujinon 250/6.7@16 Delta 100 + Amaloco 74
    Wow, this is a very powerful picture! I like it a lot.
    -a

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    Re: Jan. portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Ellis View Post
    Bruce
    I love it!!
    Happy New Year Brian
    Darr

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    Re: Jan. portraits

    Dany,

    I love it. I also love that you took the time to capture in large format. Very nicely done!

    Ted

    Quote Originally Posted by Dany View Post


    4x5" Toyo view GX Fujinon 250/6.7@16 Delta 100 + Amaloco 74

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    Re: Jan. portraits


    megan

    cropped from a 5X7 image. Karl Struss lens, wide open.
    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: Jan. portraits

    Here is one I shot for a fashion shoot for a magazine Hope you like it!
    The resized version looks kinda bad, but meh.

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