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Ricardo Maydana
31-Jan-2017, 18:10
Hello, someone who can give me a hand with the use of depth-of-field letter of rodenstok.
My experience is novice, I always use lens 210 and 135.
I am not sure when to begin to compensate the light, for example in the use of the lens 210, once the bellows passes the 210mm, and should I start to compensate for the loss of light ??. Greetings and I adhere to the guide that you can give me. In Spanish it would be better, if it is in English it takes me longer.

hola, alguien qeu pueda darme una mano con el uso de la carta de profundidad de campo de rodenstok.
mi experiencia es de novato, siempre uso lente de 210 y 135.
no tengo seguridad de cuando empezar a compensar la luz, por ejemplo en el uso del lente 210, una vez que el fuelle pasa los 210mm, ya debo empezar a compensar la perdida de luz??. Saludos y quedo atengo a la guia qeu puedan darme. en español serìa mejor, si es en ingles me lleva mas tiempo.
Gracias
Ricardo

B.S.Kumar
31-Jan-2017, 20:01
Ricardo, there is excellent information here: http://www.largeformatphotography.info/articles/IntroToDoF.pdf on the home page http://www.largeformatphotography.info/

I'm afraid it is in English, but Google Translate should give you a fair idea.

Kumar

Drew Bedo
1-Feb-2017, 09:30
Hello Recardo,

When I work outside in the field, I use a rule of thumb compensating for bellows extension. When working inside with rtable-top and still life compositions, I work through the formula.

Rull of thumb: The 210mm lens is approximately equivilant to 8 inches (I am comfortable with inches) . . . .For every one inch of bellows extension beyond eight inches, I add 1/4 stop of extra exposure. Pretty simple and i can do it in my head while cold, wet and trying to beat the rain.

When working with my 150mm lens, the correction works out to be 1/3 stop additional exposure for every inch beyond six inches.

Any help?

Ricardo Maydana
1-Feb-2017, 10:42
Ricardo, there is excellent information here: http://www.largeformatphotography.info/articles/IntroToDoF.pdf on the home page http://www.largeformatphotography.info/

I'm afraid it is in English, but Google Translate should give you a fair idea.

Kumar

Hola, muchas gracias por compartir la ifnormación, se ve a simple vista muy intersante... desde ya gracias.

Ricardo Maydana
1-Feb-2017, 10:46
Hola Hola. muchisimas gracias por compartir la información.

Secilla regla para lentes 8" (210mm) y de 6" (150mm), la voy a memorizar.. en donde vivo no tengo el problema del frio, aca es el calor el gran problema.
Puedo tomar para un lente de 135mm la misma regla de 1/3 por cada pulgada de fuelle.
mis saludos.

Ricardo Maydana
1-Feb-2017, 10:46
Simple rule for lenses 8 "(210mm) and 6" (150mm), I will memorize it .. where I live I do not have the problem of cold, here is the heat the big problem.
I can take for a 135mm lens the same 1/3 rule for every inch of bellows.
my greetings.