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    November 2016 Portrait Thread

    I hope no one minds if I start this month with a photo I developed in November, though technically taken a couple of days before.

    I won't bore you with the whole series in the next week but this is obviously the most "important" photo taken . If you are interested keep a watch on my blog for more from this day. My good friend helped me shoot this and most of the photos from the day.

    Wehman UL 8x10, Schneider 360mm f/5.6 Symmar, Ilford HP5+, SPUR HRX 1:18, 8:30 rotary development:

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    Re: November 2016 Portrait Thread

    an uncommon thing for me: Photographing kids - brother and sister - 13x18 cm paper negative - one exposure of each...

    Cooke 12" F 3.5

    I was pleasantly surprised how well they posed..
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    Re: November 2016 Portrait Thread

    Corran, congrats! Of course I remember the engagement, but I hadn't realized time flies the way it does. Blink and you're married all of a sudden

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    Thanks! We didn't at first intend to do this so quick, but then we did, with a very, very small group of family and close friends. I failed to mention that behind me is the abandoned and burnt-out church we were engaged at!
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    Re: November 2016 Portrait Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    I hope no one minds if I start this month with a photo I developed in November, though technically taken a couple of days before.

    I won't bore you with the whole series in the next week but this is obviously the most "important" photo taken . If you are interested keep a watch on my blog for more from this day. My good friend helped me shoot this and most of the photos from the day.

    Wehman UL 8x10, Schneider 360mm f/5.6 Symmar, Ilford HP5+, SPUR HRX 1:18, 8:30 rotary development:
    Very nice and clean shot with extremely complimenting composition elements - well done.

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    Re: November 2016 Portrait Thread

    Thanks Sergei - by the way, your images using a 360mm focal length are what inspired me to pick up a 360mm Symmar when I found one very inexpensively. I like the lens a lot! This was actually the first image I shot using it.
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    Re: November 2016 Portrait Thread

    That's a great way to start a new portrait thread Bryan! Congratulations!

    Beautiful work as always Emil.

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    Re: November 2016 Portrait Thread

    8x10, 360mm Symmar-S

    2016-11-01-0002www by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

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    Re: November 2016 Portrait Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Thanks Sergei - by the way, your images using a 360mm focal length are what inspired me to pick up a 360mm Symmar when I found one very inexpensively. I like the lens a lot! This was actually the first image I shot using it.
    glad you like it.

    Only after your words i realized i actually do use that length a lot in portraits - either as 16 inches Heliar or as Symmar.. My 300mm seem to gather dust lately most of time (except for Radar, but this is other story)

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    Re: November 2016 Portrait Thread

    4x5 Ilford Delta, 210mm Kaltar-N-MC

    (yes, friend's kids arent safe from me either, apparently - got this little girl to pose for me, while we visited)

    2016-11-01-0003www by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

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