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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    I prefer the "ships", but that's due to my love of Zen Gardens. Both are beautiful images that encourage contemplation.

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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Quote Originally Posted by austin granger View Post
    Two Stones, Portland Japanese Garden
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/austingranger/
    This is a nice composition and is the better of the two I think.

    I can't help but think of golf when I see this though, and I don't golf much. I've spent disproportionate time raking over my golfing mistakes.

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    Many Miles

    5x7 B&J flatbed, Ektar f/7.7 203mm. The original negative and Elwood 5x7 enlarger were lost in a darkroom fire long ago, so this was scanned from a work print.
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    Delta 100 in Pyrocat M 2:2:100. 240mm Ronar. Oversharpened? Homage to Guido Guidi's marvelous textures.
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    Hughes Feed and Grain, The Dalles, Oregon


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    Heavy stone vase. Technika, 5x7 Ektachrome, 180mm Sironar and an umbrella.

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    Done with my Toyo 5x7 with a 203mm Ektar.
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    Using the heavy-duty 5x7 Linhof film-holder. It certainly keeps the film flat.

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    Old Truck, 2011
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    5x7 HP5+, D-23

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