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

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    Yeah, the negative On a more serious note, what's that info you got there.
    I cannot see the negative, all I can see is what my monitor shows. This is a summary of my NEC monitor calibration with NEC Spyder.

    I see no detail in the dark column to the left, but good detail in the gown and décolletage and indeed all highlights, I think, except the actual bulbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Quan View Post
    I cannot see the negative, all I can see is what my monitor shows. This is a summary of my NEC monitor calibration with NEC Spyder.

    I see no detail in the dark column to the left, but good detail in the gown and décolletage and indeed all highlights, I think, except the actual bulbs.
    I see. Evaluating a second generation image and especially after my steep contrast curve adjustment for taste does not reflect what the actual negative looks like, i'd think. But I dunno. And my scanner doesn't reach as far into the blacks as a high-end scanner would. It just kind of truncates some areas to black real fast but the detail is there on the negative typically. And isn't that usually the problem... getting all that is on the negative to the new medium be in a print or a scan?

    For reference The front outside window panel was placed 3 stops below the middle gray exposure. For me that usually means just barely visible. But I had some latitude with that tone in the image editor to move it up in value a little if I wanted to meaning I exposed for it with some to spare. And the high values in the scene were ~8+ stops above the middle gray exposure.

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    I will try the suggested method of "enlarging" my image on this forumClick image for larger version. 

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    I am not seeing the "instructions" on the "how to enlarge one's image"

    This image taken with a Fuji 6x7 was on I-70 in the vicinity of Capital Reef, Utah---several years later, the sign was removed---I have forgotten the reason for its removal--perhaps someone has the answer.
    Raymond

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond Bleesz View Post
    I will try the suggested method of "enlarging" my image on this forumClick image for larger version. 

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    I am not seeing the "instructions" on the "how to enlarge one's image"

    This image taken with a Fuji 6x7 was on I-70 in the vicinity of Capital Reef, Utah---several years later, the sign was removed---I have forgotten the reason for its removal--perhaps someone has the answer.
    Raymond
    I failed to inform the readership about the cross. Someone, perhaps fellow troopers, put up the sign along 1-70 in honor of a Utah State Patrol Trooper who died in the line of duty.

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    This is the story of the crosses. They were removed at one time but have been replaced. Their removal (if I remember correctly) was the result of some folks taking issue with what they saw as religious symbols (the crosses, obviously) being displayed on public property.

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    In a Maze by Austin Granger, on Flickr

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

    Hi!

    My little one ... a bit sad ;-)


    violeta by Antonio Gimeno, on Flickr

    Bronica ECTL II con Zenzanon 75/2.8
    Ilford HP5+ revelado con Perceptol stock durante 11'
    Epson V500/ Epson Scan
    LR 5.7

    Cheers !
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    Quote Originally Posted by gimenosaiz View Post
    Hi!

    My little one ... a bit sad ;-)


    violeta by Antonio Gimeno, on Flickr

    Bronica ECTL II con Zenzanon 75/2.8
    Ilford HP5+ revelado con Perceptol stock durante 11'
    Epson V500/ Epson Scan
    LR 5.7

    Cheers !
    Antonio
    Great shot of a beautiful child, you should be doubly proud.

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