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    Andrew Moxom
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    February Still Life

    Here's a shot I did in the last day or so... It was calling me to do a wet plate image before it was opened!! At any rate, It's a whole plate sized image shot with a Kodak 2D, and Wollensak Series A portrait lens. 5 Seconds @ F5
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    Re: February Still Life

    Well, scanned in February but shot 10 years ago. The first picture I shot with my 8X10.

    I bought these boots back in late 1977 just before I joined the USAF. I still have them. Many miles.


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    Re: February Still Life


    Sinar P, 210mm Macro Sironar
    4x5 HP5+, D-23

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    Re: February Still Life

    Beautiful!

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    150m Sironar on Technika and Ektachrome. The Hasselblad bubble filter fits exactly.

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    Re: February Still Life

    Ken,

    The cup and flower image is absolutely wonderful.

    Thank you.

    - Leigh

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    Re: February Still Life

    Quarterplate collodion, gem petzval, 85 seconds.


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    Re: February Still Life

    I made this yesterday, a good rain day. If you do not know what it is, you are young. It's an old butter press. Back when butter was made at home. When butter was removed from press, you had the design on top of the butter. Much better than the plastic of non-butter on the table now.
    The press is 100 years plus.
    Made with Super Graflex and 127mm lens, with Ilford Delta 100 film.

    Jack
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    Re: February Still Life

    Great Image Andrew


    Quote Originally Posted by GSX4 View Post
    Here's a shot I did in the last day or so... It was calling me to do a wet plate image before it was opened!! At any rate, It's a whole plate sized image shot with a Kodak 2D, and Wollensak Series A portrait lens. 5 Seconds @ F5

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    Re: February Still Life

    If you do not know what it is, you are young.

    Not only do I know what it is, I used one as a kid on my uncle's farm in Georgia. Butter is the stuff that you get out of the churn when you have pumped the dasher long enough.....

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