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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    I like it too for the same reason, but I wish it would have been made with a view camera.
  2. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Excellent seeing.
  3. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    "Austin, ABSOLUTELY love the Kalmath Falls image!"

    Me too!
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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    I like it too. I wonder how it would have looked if you would have used so a 210 lens and/or a 240 lens to make the building just a bit more prominent.
  5. More advanced scanner for 4x5 than Epson flatbed?

    What is currently the next level up from the Epsom flat bed scanners that will work with 4 x 5 film?
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    Re: spherical aberration solved?

    I have to start eating more bread with Nutella spread on it!
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Well, how about one in your lovely home for a start! You can't sell what you don't show.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Perhaps a little bit of bounced fill light on the shadow side, but other than that a very lovely photo. It reminds me a lot of some nudes done by Edward Weston.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    I think the "exploration" is good, but not so sure of the "need" for a panel in small sizes. What I think would be fun to see would be this wonderful photograph enlarged to actual panel size (in the...
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    Re: Portraits June 2019

    I'd be curious how the young lady feels about her portrait.
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    Re: Portraits June 2019

    " How ever... how much I do stylize the shoot (model) I want it not to be picture perfect (hair), same with pose for I do not go for ''elegance''.

    Please forgive me. I should not have worded my...
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    Re: Portraits June 2019

    A very lovely young lady indeed. But again, the harsh light is coming from too high of an angle. The light completely misses her eyes, which are in shadow, while other parts of her face are in...
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    Re: Last Sheet of Forte

    Wanna tell us whats in that D55?
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    Re: Portraits June 2019

    I like this portrait, but I don't like the lighting. Too much light from overhead causing racoon eyes and dark shadows under the chin and other portions of the face. May I suggest that the next...
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    Re: Sinar breakdown

    I don't see how that could be. The rod that controls the tilt goes all the way through and is between the stay and the screw. A large bushing causes them not to touch. Its something else.
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    Re: Sinar breakdown

    Ok. Cannot seem to find a manual, so I will just ask the question and see if anyone knows he answer.

    Received a Sinar F camera with some other stuff I bought for the P2. F is in nice shape, but...
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    Re: Remembering OLIVER GAGLIANI

    What did he teach you?
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    Re: Last Sheet of Forte

    which developer do you use with the Forma 121 warm tone paper.
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    Re: Portraits June 2019

    I like it too. But the white spots above her head could be toned down a bit as they are distracting, and I wish the flowers were in focus. Also, I would have liked to have seen this same pose but...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    "Merg, I really like the feeling I'm standing looking down into the boat and up at the shacks all at the same moment."

    I like that "near - far" technique as well. But what I really like even...
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    Re: Last Sheet of Forte

    What happened to Forte?
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Beautiful light!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    When I was there last year there wasn't a cloud in the sky for the entire day I was there. Wish I would have had some of those clouds.
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    Re: Last Sheet of Forte

    So what is the substitute for the Forte paper that everybody raves about?
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    Re: Sinar breakdown

    what I want to know is whether there are schematics available for the various cameras for folks that want to take them apart.
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    Sinar breakdown

    Has anyone here taken apart a sinar camera?
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    Re: Looking for LF Teacher in Europe

    While you are waiting to start your course with the instructor of your choice you should look into purchasing a copy of the book entitled:

    PHOTO KNOW HOW - The art of Large Format Photography by...
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    Re: Patience with the landscape

    "not right" for who?
  29. Re: Basic Landscape Composition Formulas..

    The "artist" certainly didn't create nature. He/she saw something that in his/her own mind thought was significant or special and decided to make an image of it, hoping that somebody else might in...
  30. Re: Basic Landscape Composition Formulas..

    To which I would add that in many respects our beautiful earth is already wonderfully "composed".

    Too many words are wasted defining and categorizing what we instinctively enjoy looking at. ...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Interesting. As I often discuss with my clients, we can never really know what someone else is feeling when they describe their emotions (feelings) or their sensations. All we can do is relate by...
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    what is involved?
  33. Re: Just acquired a Pentax Spot meter with Zone V Conversion

    In addition to the publications that have been recommended on this thread, I can highly recommend four others (if you can find them).
    1. Kodak Professional Photoguide
    2. Kodak Basic Photographic...
  34. Re: Sinar Pan Tilt head from China - Impressed

    How difficult is it to change those dried out levels?
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Merg

    it would be fun to take a walk with you and have you point out all of the things you see that I would take for granted.
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Although there are many lovely images here, this whole thread is in many ways depressing. There is so much waste in America. In other places many of these buildings would still be put to good use. ...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    I like Reeds as well. Almost seems like you have some hidden message typed in there. Very decorative as well.
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Yes, for you Merg. I like how you held the detail at both ends in a difficult lighting situation. I like how you expertly applied your camera movements. But most of all I just like the feeling of...
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Very nice. A lot going on here!
  40. Re: My father's Clarinet teacher & Edward Weston

    I think the true art is being out there looking.
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