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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by csant View Post
    A rose is a rose is a rose. Albumen…


    Some more info and larger image over at Flickr.
    A very nice rose. The water and reflection in the vase make it. Interesting process.

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    Scala dei morti, or the staircase of the dead… Gum bichromate.


    Some more info and a bigger image over at Flickr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csant View Post
    Scala dei morti, or the staircase of the dead… Gum bichromate.


    Some more info and a bigger image over at Flickr.

    nice work

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    A whole plate collodion on aluminum image made with a Kodak 2D 8x10 and a Bill Schwab plate holder with whole plate adaptor....

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    claudio.

    great pictures....all of them!
    My YouTube Channel has many interesting videos on Soft Focus Lenses and Wood Cameras. Check it out.

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    Wet plate, with an old eight-inch, f/5 A. T. Thompson & Co. Petzval.

    Give us a kiss. Please?

    "I love my Verito lens, but I always have to sharpen everything in Photoshop..."

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    Platinum/Palladium print, Bergger COT320 paper, Century Master studio camera, Seneca Whole Plate f5 portrait lens, 6.5 x 8.5 Fomapan 200 (cut down from 8x10 Fomapan).

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Sawyer View Post
    Wet plate, with an old eight-inch, f/5 A. T. Thompson & Co. Petzval.

    Give us a kiss. Please?

    damn, really nice... do these plates really look this good? On do you have to adjust it in anyway? I'm really tempted on trying this, just don't have the money for it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeymon View Post
    damn, really nice... do these plates really look this good? On do you have to adjust it in anyway? I'm really tempted on trying this, just don't have the money for it...
    I must admit, they look pretty reasonable. Sometimes I adjust the contrast slightly from the scans, but it's as likely to be down as it is up. I tried to do a digi-snap of the last two I posted next to an Ansel Adams book to show the true tonal scale, but couldn't get the glare off the book. But maybe you can tell something; this is un-photoshopped:



    Bear in mind, these are unvarnished, and wil pick up a little more "richness" (and "dust") after varnishing.
    "I love my Verito lens, but I always have to sharpen everything in Photoshop..."

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