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    Re: Collodion websites closed

    I agree with all that you have said, Paul. It’s a hard lesson we have had to learn about the impermanence of the World Wide Web. ��
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    Re: Collodion websites closed

    Garrett et al, I'm so sorry to hear that collodion website is no more. I know how you feel. As an ordinary member I contributed quite a bit to the pinhole website f295.org until it folded a number of...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Wow! That's a really impressive image, Corran.

    As nice as I've seen in ages.
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    Re: Hello from Holland

    Hi there Xifoideus and welcome to the forum!
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    Re: Hi from Ireland

    Welcome Tommy, I live in Clare. I shoot mostly 6x6 Hasselblad, 5x4 pinhole (various cameras) and a 5x4 Walker XL. I print my own black & white scan to web. Great to hear another LF user from Ireland...
  6. Re: Hello from Sunny Haringey, London, UK

    Hi there and welcome to LFF! There are a good few Large Format photographers from Europe on this site. Looking forward to seeing some of your work.
    Regards, George.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Thank you, Martin!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    The Burren, County Clare, Ireland - Walker Titan XL 4x5 with 120mm Schneider lens. Fomapan 100 rated at 50 iso, semi-stand for 30 minutes in Rodinal 1+100.
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    [HTML]https://farm1.staticflickr.com/906/39793928200_8b445249d6_k.jpgWalker Titan XL 4x5 by George Sheils, on Flickr/HTML]


    Mike Walker put this camera together for me last week.
    A brand new...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Superb work (as usual), Paul!
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Fine image there, Tim.
  12. Re: Hearts On Our Sleeves: Portraits and Stories of Transgender+

    What a fine story to go with a strong portrait. Excellent work, Richard.

    Edit: I forgot to mention the Transformation project is really good. My favourite image is number 14/68 the girl in the...
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    Re: Hi from Dublin

    Welcome to the forum, Sean!
    Great to see another Irish man on here.

    Regards,
    George.
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    Re: October 2015 Portraits

    Lovely work, Nicolas. Your daughter is very cute.
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    Re: October 2015 Portraits

    You should be very pleased with this portrait, Toby. It is fantastic.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Fantastic image, Alex!
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    Re: Recent commission and exhibition

    Great work, Damian. I particularly enjoyed the audio descriptions that accompany each portrait. They add so much to the relevance and richness of the project. Great stuff.
    George.
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    Re: March 2015 portraits

    Excellent work, Alex.
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    Re: March 2015 portraits

    This is a very beautiful image. I am glad I took the time to view it large. Well done.
  20. Re: Semi-Stand Development w/ Mod 54 Help

    Couple of things.
    1. Make sure you process at 20 degrees C or 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. I don't invert the tank at all. Just swirl very gently at the start, the Middle and again a few minutes near...
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    Re: Kenro Izu's New Video

    Thanks for sharing this video.

    Kenro inspires most of us, as much by his sense of peace as by his fantastic sense of vision.
  22. Re: Silent cross country walking trip with a 4x5

    Hear ! Hear !
  23. Re: First try with my new Chamonix 45n-2

    Excellent image, Philip.
    Looks like you have found a different genre to counteract the discipline required for still life.
    I hope you enjoy your landscapes from now on.
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Lovely result, James. The blurring of tree movement at the left is fantastic.
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Well, thank you so much for your nice compliment! I hope that you do get a pinhole camera. It's great fun. 😊
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Glad you like it, Barry. 😄
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Thank you, Andrej.
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Excelent George. I also use a pinhole camera and Fomapan will be my next film.
    I have two questions, as a matter of curiosity:

    1. How did you get the 50mm for a 0.3mm hole? I order a plate with...
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    This image was taken near Doolin, Co. Clare on the West Coast of Ireland a couple of months ago.

    I used my homemade 4x5 pinhole camera which is 45mm focal length, 0.3mm diameter pinhole. Developed...
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    That's a gorgeous pinhole image, Ricardo!

    I love the light in the trees and the movement in the branches.

    It looks like a wonderful place.
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    Re: November 2014 Portraits

    Superb plates all three!
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    Re: November 2014 Portraits

    Well done on your first attempt, Chris. And a very fine first picture it is too!
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Jim and Ivan .... many thanks for your kind words.

    Regards,
    George.
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    I love grasslands.
    They are such nice places to walk through, particularly in early summer when the growth is vigorous.

    This picture is interesting because it indicates just how harsh the winter...
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    Re: Equivalence: The Perennial Trend

    Hi Peter, if you mean the words Seoirse O'Sial ....well that's my name in Gaelic.

    George = Seoirse and Sheils = O'Sial.

    You know, I was a bit unnerved with the reflection of the groyne in the...
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    I'm glad you enjoyed it, Tim !




    Thanks, Jim. Much appreciated.


    George.
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Dating from the 15th century, Tromra Castle near Quilty, Co. Clare on the west coast of Ireland lies at the end of a lonely boreen (small road) which was flooded on the day I visited.

    This...
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    Re: Equivalence: The Perennial Trend

    Ghost echoes: shadow of the lost mariner


    https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3163/5771504524_467871c5a0_z.jpg
    Barnageera groyne 2 - 5x4 pinhole by George Sheils (seoirseosial), on Flickr
  39. Re: Irish memory of WW1 exhibition and website

    Fantastic work and fantastic concept.

    I enjoyed all of the audio and visuals.

    Well done, Damian.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Sublime image - gorgeous pink hues. Well done.
    I like it a lot.
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