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    Re: January Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by goamules View Post
    The daughter looks kinda like Laura Ingalls, eh? 1855 Voigtlander Petzval, half plate collodion, 2 secs.

    Garrett

    Very nice!

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    Re: January Portraits



    Fuji 400T
    Sinar F2
    HP5 in D 76 1:1 (cropped a little)
    I did not foresee the tip of her nose being so hot, bothers me a bit.
    (quick dry scan, it prints beautifully on Seagull #3)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen in Montreal View Post


    Fuji 400T
    Sinar F2
    HP5 in D 76 1:1 (cropped a little)
    I did not foresee the tip of her nose being so hot, bothers me a bit.
    (quick dry scan, it prints beautifully on Seagull #3)
    Nice one Allen, I really like the seeming looseness of smaller format shooting style in LF

    Rob

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    Re: January Portraits

    Here is one made with a Razzle w/135mm Dagor,
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Carshow_09b.jpg  

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    Re: January Portraits

    Excellent !

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    Re: January Portraits

    Fuegocito, really nice expression and tones..

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    Re: January Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by fuegocito View Post
    Nice one Allen, I really like the seeming looseness of smaller format shooting style in LF

    Rob
    Quote Originally Posted by fuegocito View Post
    Here is one made with a Razzle w/135mm Dagor,

    Thank you kind sir!
    I like shooting people with the 400T, and even more so with the 6x9 roll back.

    The jeep frame looks very nice, the tones, the way the distant buildings are rendered, a beauty. The Razzle must be great fun in the streets.

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    Re: January Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by unkgowa View Post
    Fuegocito, really nice expression and tones..
    Thanks...

    Rob

    here's one more...the "problem" of happy snappy cam on steroid shooting people is that one can go through film rather quickly, processing batch after batch gets to be tiresome fast...:-)

    one of Papa Gene going after flowers
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