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    Still-Life Images, 2012


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    Fomapan 100, 4x5" and a 5.5" B&L about f3 petzval.

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    Re: Still-Life Images, 2012

    4x5 Pacemaker Speed Graphic
    Kodak Aero-Ektar 178mm f/2.5
    Polaroid 100 Chocolate Film (Expired)


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    Re: Still-Life Images, 2012

    Jonathan,

    Unusual vision and well done!
    Jim Cole
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    Re: Still-Life Images, 2012

    Thanks, Jim. I wasn't sure if this counted as a 'still life.' I usually think of those as objects purposefully arranged for the sake of a photograph, but I end up taking 'found' pictures all over the house of things just as they are. In this case a magazine hanging off the edge of the dining room table.

    Jonathan

    P.S Then there is this, found in the kitchen one afternoon as the sun hit the cutting board. Same set-up as above only this one was taken with a little 4.25" B&L projection petzval I'm fond of:

    Last edited by jcoldslabs; 2-Jan-2012 at 05:47. Reason: Added image.

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    Re: Still-Life Images, 2012

    Ilford HP5 Plus 400 Black and White Film
    Developed in Arista Developer
    8x10 Camera assembled from parts
    300mm f4 Lens wide open with a Frank J Curry 4s Flap Shutter
    Scanned on HP-G4050 Custom Tray made for scanning 8x10 film
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    Re: Still-Life Images, 2012

    This is the test negative, Image shot on a 8x10 studio centennial camera , solarized negative, lith print. Worked on this yesterday.

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    Re: Still-Life Images, 2012

    beautiful, Bob. I'd be interested to know how you got blue midtones on the globe only and not the rest of the image.

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    Iron Blue Selenium attacks the dark tones first, bleach sepia for the highlights, gold for the upper midtones.
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    beautiful, Bob. I'd be interested to know how you got blue midtones on the globe only and not the rest of the image.

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    Re: Still-Life Images, 2012

    This is a test I did this morning with a new aerial lens.

    Kinoptic Aquilar 260mm ƒ3.5 with a huge red filter.
    I used a big packard attached to the front. I am surprised at how sharp it is wide open. Couldn't find much information on the lens. The Vade Mecum says very little about it appart from being a Q15 type (Tessar?)


    Kinoptic Aquilar por rabato, en Flickr

    Here's a photo of the lens itself with the filter:


    Kinoptic Aquilar por rabato, en Flickr

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    Re: Still-Life Images, 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by jcoldslabs View Post



    Jonathan,

    Wonderful vision.
    "Sex is like maths, add the bed, subtract the clothes, divide the whoo hoo and hope you don't multiply." - Leather jacket guy

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