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Thread: New to LF New to Developing 1st shot Dev

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    New to LF New to Developing 1st shot Dev

    This was a test for many things
    Old -New camera bellows light tightness
    Ability to expose for the shadows
    Near far focusing and finally Developing this exposure into a usable image, And personally I wouldn't use it for more than anything but a test! There is a first for everything
    So for the Veterans of Large format, Critique with the seasoned eye Please
    Do you see any problems here in this image that I need to know that I am not seeing ?
    Thank you,
    I love this place !


    http://www.flickr.com/photos/13989337@N08/4586165858/
    d-76 1-1 6.50 mins
    Last edited by chemicalbrother; 7-May-2010 at 00:56. Reason: Bad link

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    Re: New to LF New to Developing 1st shot Dev

    Private page, I cannot view it?
    Website - Linhof Technika, Schneider 90/5.6 Super-Angulon, 210/5.6 APO-Symmar

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    Lachlan 717
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    Re: New to LF New to Developing 1st shot Dev

    Same. Can you please check the hyperlnk? Thanks.
    Lachlan.

    You miss 100% of the shots you never take. -- Wayne Gretzky

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    Re: New to LF New to Developing 1st shot Dev

    I had to log out and find me and You know the rest.....
    Thank you,

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    Re: New to LF New to Developing 1st shot Dev

    hi

    looks great

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    Re: New to LF New to Developing 1st shot Dev

    Apart from some dust or scratches, I don't see any obvious problems. On the other hand, the posted image is so small that it would be hard to spot problems.
    Website - Linhof Technika, Schneider 90/5.6 Super-Angulon, 210/5.6 APO-Symmar

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