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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    The same azalea bush but black and white (and after the flowers opened). Bergger Panchro 400 5x7 in my Gundlach Korona. Ilex 6 1/2 inch f/4.5....
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    I've been getting acquainted with an azalea bush in my front yard. It's just begun to bud so I took one of my Koronas (the 4x5) and shot some full-extension closeups. Portra 160, Fujinon 210mm...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Working through my stash of 5x7 Portra 160 (exp. 2014). In my Gundlach Korona with the Ilex 6 1/2 inch f/4.5 lens. I like this lens a lot....
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    I've been shooting flowers, since they don't care about social distance. This is a lone crocus by the side of the road. Portra 160 in my 4x5 Gundlach Korona, Rodenstock 210mm lens. Almost full...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4810/44948586565_94dfd1db6e_z.jpgorchid 2 by terry, on Flickr

    An orchid shot in the office where I work. Portra 160 5x7 in my Gundlach Korona with a Caltar II-N...
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    Re: My First 8x10 Image

    Let me join the chorus: keep going with the 8x10. It'll get easier the more you shoot and the level of detail in your negs will blow your mind.
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    Re: First film ever developed on my own

    Good going Steven! Welcome to the slippery slope of home processing. Let me know when you want to do color...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Got out to shoot some closeups of flowers on a tree on the first warm day we've had in a long while. (I don't know my trees....but I know it's not a cherry tree!) Efke 100 8x10 from the freezer...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Wonderful shot, David: the water looks like silk!
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Thanks Steve! I was most impressed by the film--this was one of the last sheets from a box of Delta that expired three years ago. Didn't make any adjustments: shot at box speed and developed...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Finally got a nice day to try out my new (to me) Kodak View #2. Fujinon-W 300mm lens, Ilford Delta 100, 8x10.

    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4767/28086660409_32b4f2d240_k.jpgbeaver dam and bridge...
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    Re: Show Me Your Night Shots!

    ericantonio: Nice result! I like the geometry of it, the composition and the DoF. Looking forward to more...
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    Re: Still Life Images 2017

    Thanks for the input; it puts a lot more emphasis on the white pawns, which is what drew me to the chess set in the first place. This was outdoors in a park, and when I was scanning it I thought I...
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Peter,
    The telephone pole was tilted, which I liked, so I futzed with the back to see if I could tilt the smokestack for a convergence effect. It came out a bit stronger than I expected, but when I...
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    Re: Still Life Images 2017

    Here's the re-cropped version of the chess board, per Chassis' suggestion. I like it much better. Thanks for the good advice!

    http://cdn.ipernity.com/200/82/04/45548204.64bbc52b.500.jpg
    pawns...
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Some industrial decay. The old mill (once a tire factory I'm told) now largely demolished in Milltown New Jersey.
    Burke & James 4x5, Ilex 210mm lens and shutter, Ilford FP4+, souped HC-110 dil. B...
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    Re: Still Life Images 2017

    Chassis: thanks and good call! I'll re-crop it downward. And maybe lose that bishop (I think it's a bishop...) peeking in at the left of frame there.
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    Re: Still Life Images 2017

    http://cdn.ipernity.com/200/43/74/45444374.b317886b.500.jpg
    pawns par Terry B, on ipernity

    Too long without shooting any LF! Went out with my Korona 4x5 and some Bergger 400. I like the faster...
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    Re: Show Me Your Night Shots!

    Real Bellevue never looked that good! Nice work indeed. I especially like that shot of the 405 freeway--right on the money.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5 to 6x12) COLOR image sharing

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

    I've had similar problems using Rodinal and Tri-X at 1:100. It might have been a temperature issue, but I never did a scientific test to find out.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Renato, I love that shot of the Gare de l'Est. (I was alive then!)
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    It was a mistake of course (and I've fixed it since) but it's an old trick. Smearing grease (usually Vaseline--I'm not sure why) was a tried and true way of achieving soft focus. I guess they did...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Yesterday I tried out a newly acquired Primo Jr. 4x4 with a roll of expired Portra. It had a film of oil on the rear taking lens element that gave a soft-focus look to every frame. Mostly I...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Thanks for the advice, Pali. I think maybe I have to give it a try!
    Terry
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Pali,
    Very nice colors (I like the slight warmth). I used to shoot Ektachrome a lot and still love the look of it--how do you rate the difficulty of E6 processing? I've been doing C-41 for a while...
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    Re: Post your (LF) trains!

    Shot this a few years ago. A local anomaly: a single-car train that runs from Princeton to the mainline. 8x10 in my Seneca.

    http://cdn.ipernity.com/139/37/57/28573757.3b6b3252.640.jpg
    dinky at...
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    Re: Soft-Focus Lens Examples

    I'm finally beginning to get the hang of soft-focus, I think. Shot with my Fuji 250 SF lens, this has a very small DoF but I love the bokeh I get when I shoot close up like this.
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    Re: Film holders-care and feeding

    I found that giving the edges of the dark slides a spritz of silicone lubricant and wiping with a clean cloth makes them slide in and out of the holder very smoothly indeed and lasts for months or...
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    Re: Replacing Gundlach Korona Bellows

    Kent,
    I've done several Koronas in a couple of sizes. I've always bought my bellows from Rudy (a.k.a. Ecbuyonline) via Ebay. He does impeccable work, in my experience. I also always use Pliobond...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    I'm guessing 4x4 (127) counts.

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    stay off platform par Terry B, on ipernity
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    Re: Help Identifying this Large Format Camera

    I have a couple of Koronas--4x5 and 5x7. I love shooting with them; nice and solid and well designed.
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    My latest restoration project: a Rochester Optical Long-focus 8x10 Premo from 1901. Had to do some brass fabrication, stripped and replaced leather, sanded/stained/varnished interior wood.
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    I've used a Unicolor 8x10 drum since I started shooting large format five or six years ago and been quite happy with the results, except the occasional overlap with 4x5 sheets. (Got to go to Harbor...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    http://cdn.ipernity.com/200/92/58/42889258.2c5390fd.640.jpg
    fading sunflower par Terry B, on ipernity

    Ektar in my 4x5 Gundlach Korona, 210mm Fujinon-W
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