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    Re: please post your petzval shots

    You need to take more of her!
    Great capture

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    Re: please post your petzval shots

    Here's the result of a wet plate demonstration with a school photography group. Kids have an amazing capacity to learn this stuff...so much better than adults sometimes

    8x10 black acrylic ambrotype shot with a Holmes Booth Hayden petzval. I love how the highlights perform with this lens...the hair looks as though it was shot with an eidoscope.

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    Re: please post your petzval shots

    Some really cool shots in this thread. Reading it could be dangerous. I'm already thinking, "I've got to get me one o' dem things..."

    After the basement buildout which includes the darkroom, after a couple more lenses for the Mamiya 645, and after upgrading the old Linhof. But...eventually...
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    Re: please post your petzval shots

    @Craig T - great capture! Indoor with a light bank I'm guessing? Love your work, you must be meticulously clean with your chemistry.

    @rpalm - Thanks! I do indeed want to capture more of her and my son. My son seems intrigued at having pictures that will outlast him. He just doesn't like to sit... yet.

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    Craig T
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    Thanks Rob...sweet plate of your little girl.
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    Re: please post your petzval shots

    Full-size mannequin with an odd sheep's head--night-time storefront of a costume shop in Santa Barbara, California. Used a 6"/f4 unmarked Darlot-ish Gem petzval on a Speed Graphic--outdated 4x5 TXP and tinted in PS. (Reminder to self: don't chop off hands!)

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    Re: please post your petzval shots

    Quote Originally Posted by leighmarrin View Post
    Full-size mannequin with an odd sheep's head--night-time storefront of a costume shop in Santa Barbara, California. Used a 6"/f4 unmarked Darlot-ish Gem petzval on a Speed Graphic--outdated 4x5 TXP and tinted in PS. (Reminder to self: don't chop off hands!)
    Leigh, I'll probably have nightmares from that... Are you a Donnie Darko fan by chance?
    Richard

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    Re: please post your petzval shots

    Quote Originally Posted by leighmarrin View Post
    Full-size mannequin with an odd sheep's head--night-time storefront of a costume shop in Santa Barbara, California. Used a 6"/f4 unmarked Darlot-ish Gem petzval on a Speed Graphic--outdated 4x5 TXP and tinted in PS. (Reminder to self: don't chop off hands!)

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    ha quite an interesting photo with that costume head. any other heads?

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    La Renaixença Hotel por rabato, en Flickr

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    Re: please post your petzval shots

    Ramiro,

    What a great example of the so-called "3D effect" of Petzval lenses. The table and chairs really 'pop' out of the image.

    Jonathan

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