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

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    Jealous!

    Here's another image I took last month down on the Gulf Coast. I am getting together all the negatives I want to print soon and I can't decide on this one. I like the sweeping trees, but I am debating cropping a bit in from the left, either up to the bottom of the main tree or maybe up to the far left tree.

    Mercury 6x9 config / 38XL:

    I like the combination of sweeping curves and the straight leaves , this would be an interesting setting for portraiture I think.

    The concert was great, our second outing to hear classical which the wife was never really into. Now she wants to try more so this Sunday we go to the Symphony mate-nae Yea!

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    A recent outing with a new to me Konica Pearl II that I have just restored. Foma 200 developed in Adox replenished formula thanks to Ian Grant. The rangefinder proved easier to adjust than I had thought - thankfully.


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    Bryan--

    Love the shots from the Maritime Forest zone--live oaks are intrinsically interesting, and saw palmetto especially really looks good in Acros, I think.

    A question for you: I'm curious what your game plan was for exposing/developing Acros roll film for this scene. (FWIW, I'm just getting my feet wet with MF film, but I'm enjoying banging around the Smokies with my Pentax 67 kit.)

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

    Quote Originally Posted by alanbutler57 View Post
    I like the combination of sweeping curves and the straight leaves , this would be an interesting setting for portraiture I think.

    The concert was great, our second outing to hear classical which the wife was never really into. Now she wants to try more so this Sunday we go to the Symphony mate-nae Yea!
    Thanks for your thoughts. I was a symphony musician for over 10 years, in two regional symphonies - a magical experience to hear live, but sometimes a transcendent one to be in the middle of such a performance!

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    Bryan--

    Love the shots from the Maritime Forest zone--live oaks are intrinsically interesting, and saw palmetto especially really looks good in Acros, I think.

    A question for you: I'm curious what your game plan was for exposing/developing Acros roll film for this scene. (FWIW, I'm just getting my feet wet with MF film, but I'm enjoying banging around the Smokies with my Pentax 67 kit.)
    Thanks! Well, this day was heavy overcast. I wanted to up the contrast in the scene and resigned the sky to a flat white. So using my spotmeter I exposed the shadows at Zone II at an EI of 64-80 and then checked the highlights. Seeing as they were only at around Zone VII I added 20% to my development time to push the overall contrast up and get the light on film to be what I was envisioning. I spent a lot of years trying to expose my shadows at Zone III and underdevelop to get the sky to Zone VII and all that does is make things muddy and overexposed. Also Acros has flat midtones so increased development helps a lot to get the tonality right. Acros is a tricky film - I prefer T-Max 100 but they only recently finally started making it again due to production problems. I've got a few more propacks left of Acros then back to T-Max 100, though to be fair Acros might've been just the ticket for this day.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

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    I spent a lot of years trying to expose my shadows at Zone III and underdevelop to get the sky to Zone VII and all that does is make things muddy and overexposed.
    Excellent, thanks so much for taking the time to elaborate--I'm a long way from any sort of metering precision, so just having a basic approach depending on lighting conditions is invaluable. At any rate, I'll look forward to your work here in the Southern Highlands as well...

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    I need to get back to the Smokies myself! I spent some time up there when I had just barely started shooting 4x5, and didn't know what I was doing...

    And if it would warm up a little I might actually get out and photograph this month!
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    503cw + CFI 80mm - Ilford HP5 - D76 - Dektol - Ilford RC


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    I need to get back to the Smokies myself!
    Definitely some beautiful country between here and Springer Mountain! If you've come up with a surefire method for metering whitewater flowing through a rhododendron culvert, you'll be a pretty popular fellow in these parts.

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    [QUOTE=Fangel;1425771]503cw + CFI 80mm - Ilford HP5 - D76 - Dektol - Ilford RC



    Fangel, I have enjoyed your fetish of fish net stockings.

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    Fangel, very creative! The box shapes are very complex and contrast nicely in design from the human and clothing shapes. The wiry balls on the floor are also interesting and contrast nicely with the box designs.


    A couple weeks ago, in the woods around the skating pond. Rolleiflex automat tessar and tmy2. The first one is kinda energetic and complex, the second more peaceful and simple. Both shot within 30 feet of each other.



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    img125 by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr

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