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    Grass

    There doesn't seem to be a thread here with the word Grass in the title. This image was made earlier this year at Corson's Inlet SP in New Jersey. Let's see what others have done with grass as the main subject.
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    Re: Grass

    Theese are a bit rough but consider them proof of concept, rather than final product. 210mm Fujinar, 5x7 FP4+.
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    Re: Grass


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    this was maybe one of my first/few images of grass as a subject. taken with a jamin-darlot lens, hp5+ pulled to 160 and developed in rodinal.

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    Re: Grass



    Old colliery tramway, Clee Hills. Walked along here with 2 other members of this forum in November

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    Re: Grass


    Woodland Grove, Soft Focus
    Gelatin-silver photograph on Fomapan Variant 111 VC FB, image area 19.6cm X 24.7cm, from a Fomapan 200 negative exposed in a Tachihara 810HD 8x10 field view camera with a 400mm f11 single meniscus lens.

    How often do I hate grass! Odd grass stems infest the front of many landscape pictures where they are invisible at full aperture but turn up in annoying half-focus on the negative. In "Woodland Grove, Soft Focus" I wanted those gorgeous foreground clumps of grass to gleam against the solid tree trunk in the backgound. To get rid of the small stuff sticking up right in front of the lens I flattened it under my focussing cloth, black side up.
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    Re: Grass

    Okay, botanically oats are grasses....

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    Re: Grass

    One from this afternoon



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    Re: Grass

    June Lake, California. Fall 2009 4x10 efke 25
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    Re: Grass

    Rio Salado Habitat, downtown Phoenix, AZ 2008
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    Re: Grass

    I hesitated whether to post this in LF landscapes or grass. I guess it could go either way.

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