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    Re: March Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Aislabie View Post
    This is lovely

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    Thank you. I was ecstatic about it at first because it was the first plate I shot basically without any problems and a good look to it. The more I looked at it, the more I'm annoyed that I had the fill light turned up too high and, because she's perfectly flat lit now, it widens and flattens her face. I'm still pretty happy with it overall and I'm just picking nits.

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    Re: March Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by orgraph View Post
    2018-03-11 Городоцьке Житомирской004-03web by Yuriy Sanin, on Flickr
    Wista 8x10, Fujinon 300/5.6@22, crop

    Hello!

    Great ! I love it!

    Cheers
    Antonio

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    Re: March Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by SoulfulRecover View Post
    Im not entirely sure whats up with the top left corners but Im sure its something with the development like you said. As for the lines running down, the negatives are in plastic sleeves and that's where the two sides meet to close. Im having some real scans done on a couple of them which should be done next week I believe. Heres an example of the plastic sleeve:



    Im a bit disappointed in the trash cans as well BUT with this just being a quick test of the lens, Im not overly concerned about it. Even if the cans had not been there, I doubt I would have used either of those for anything.

    I enjoy the tilt
    Apropos of nothing at all - that image reminds me of the way my grandfather - nearly sixty years ago - used to make his black and white TV 'colour' using a coloured cel blue at the top and green at the bottom

    Neil

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    Re: March Portraits

    I'm still very new to portraits, but am looking forward to doing more, especially with the 8x10. The priest at our church graciously agreed to let me practice on him. Happily enough, he has had enough photos taken of him that he is quite a natural at posing, and wasn't self-conscious at all. The idea was to show him in the context of the fantastic architecture of our church. I did a couple of views, and this seemed to have the best combination of his personality and the church interior. For an early effort, I'm not displeased.

    Bruce

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    8x10, Korona Commercial model, HP5, scanned on Epson V750

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    Re: March Portraits

    Samir - 4x5 ambrotype

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    Re: March Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by bgh View Post
    I'm still very new to portraits, but am looking forward to doing more, especially with the 8x10. The priest at our church graciously agreed to let me practice on him. Happily enough, he has had enough photos taken of him that he is quite a natural at posing, and wasn't self-conscious at all. The idea was to show him in the context of the fantastic architecture of our church. I did a couple of views, and this seemed to have the best combination of his personality and the church interior. For an early effort, I'm not displeased.

    Bruce

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    Great portrait. He IS a natural at posing.

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    Re: March Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by SoulfulRecover View Post
    Im not entirely sure whats up with the top left corners but Im sure its something with the development like you said. As for the lines running down, the negatives are in plastic sleeves and that's where the two sides meet to close. Im having some real scans done on a couple of them which should be done next week I believe. Heres an example of the plastic sleeve:



    Im a bit disappointed in the trash cans as well BUT with this just being a quick test of the lens, Im not overly concerned about it. Even if the cans had not been there, I doubt I would have used either of those for anything.

    I enjoy the tilt
    I am pretty sure the top issue is due to running out of usable image circle. Too much tilt and fall/fall.

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    Re: March Portraits

    trip2017010249 by Vance, on Flickr

    Eduardo, Chamonix 4x5, Rodenstock Sironar 210mm

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    Re: March Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by blue4130 View Post
    trip2017010249 by Vance, on Flickr

    Eduardo, Chamonix 4x5, Rodenstock Sironar 210mm

    Great portrait, Vance.

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    Re: March Portraits

    Agree and the 210 on 4X5 looks real good.

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