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    July 2009 Portraits

    The first one.
    8x10 Era film, heliar 300/4,5 wide open.

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    Re: July 2009 Portraits

    Lovely shot, Sadchi. Looks to be an interesting person.
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    Re: July 2009 Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by SadChi View Post
    The first one.
    8x10 Era film, heliar 300/4,5 wide open.
    very nice

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    Re: July 2009 Portraits

    That is nice 8x10 SadChi, I love her how her neck and shoulders fall off.

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    Re: July 2009 Portraits

    Frank, as always, I love the beauties you post. Great talent in you portraits and model selection.

    Jim

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    Re: July 2009 Portraits

    The Machinist, 14" no name Petzval
    Last edited by Steve M Hostetter; 8-Aug-2009 at 12:32.

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    Re: July 2009 Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M Hostetter View Post
    The Machinist, 14" no name Petzval
    interesting....no head eh? took me a minute to figure it out. looks like you are getting some swirl as well.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie View Post
    interesting....no head eh? took me a minute to figure it out. looks like you are getting some swirl as well.....
    Yes, I cropped it from an 8x10" (artistic license) I notice the swirl is more pronounced the further away the background gets from the subject

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    Re: July 2009 Portraits

    Wonderful piece of work !
    It is amazing to learn that you are using Era Film, is that made in Shanghai !?

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    John, Frank, mandoman7, chachahavana, many thanks for you. This forum inspires alot, i will keep posting.

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