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    Re: October 2016 portrait

    Apo symmar 210 + Fomapan 400 @320

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    Re: October 2016 portrait

    Prosper's final beet harvest he told me, too hard at his age of 84. I was amazed to see how he ripped them out of the dry soil with his hands.



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    That's a great portrait, Tom !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathieu Bauwens View Post
    That's a great portrait, Tom !
    Thanks Mathieu!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emil Schildt View Post
    Playing a little with an anamorphic lens... (pol 665)
    What anamorphic lens did you used? I want to try anamorphic in 4x5.
    For what I read I can use the anamorphic element of some projector lenses on top of a normal 4x5 lens.

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    Re: October 2016 portrait

    Yes, this is from 2 weeks ago, but I developed this neg tonight. Delta 100, 8X10 Imagon 360, holes open 7.7, Packard shutter. Scanned in color Straight out the scanner. No PS. This is perhaps the best of the 10 negs shot. 18 min gas burst Rodinol 1/100.

    I will concentrate on enlarging it soon.

    Please comment freely. I forgot to add this was inspired by Josephine Baker. Click image for larger version. 

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    Randy, I agree this is the best from (I think?) the 3 images you posted. Personally I think this is so due to her expression, the composition (centered and not off to the side as in the other 2 images from Sept.) and due to being a bit backed out and less "claustrophobic" as in the others, giving her outfit a bit more space and interest. Just my opinion of course - and all three of these reasons have of course nothing to do with the lens used or whatnot but I do like the softness and glow here as presented. Good stuff.

    Also I haven't commented lately but I thought I'd mention that jp's images from a couple pages ago were, as usual, phenomenal, and I also liked the forced DOF from voltrader66's image of the two musicians.
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    D-Tach, I am half the age of that fit-looking man, and I guess my back would be long gone if I pulled all those bits out of the ground myself... Very fine image!
    Randy, very nice and silky smooth!

    This is Una through a not-often-used Heliar 360/4.5 (not everyone has the baby skin of a 12 year old).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Moe View Post
    Yes, this is from 2 weeks ago, but I developed this neg tonight. Delta 100, 8X10 Imagon 360, holes open 7.7, Packard shutter. Scanned in color Straight out the scanner. No PS. This is perhaps the best of the 10 negs shot. 18 min gas burst Rodinol 1/100.

    I will concentrate on enlarging it soon.

    Please comment freely. I forgot to add this was inspired by Josephine Baker.
    I also like this one the most - she looks very at ease

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephane View Post
    D-Tach, I am half the age of that fit-looking man, and I guess my back would be long gone if I pulled all those bits out of the ground myself... Very fine image!
    Randy, very nice and silky smooth!

    This is Una through a not-often-used Heliar 360/4.5 (not everyone has the baby skin of a 12 year old).
    Thanks Stephane, I like that Heliar look - is it in a shutter? Seems like 8x10 is calling...
    Tom Keymeulen

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    None of my lenses are in shutter, less problem and less weight...

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