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    Re: May Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by goamules View Post
    Wetplate day (which seems to be stagnant this year, or perhaps collodion is so popular now, we don't need a special day). Lerebours et Secretan on halfplate.

    Nice work.

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    Re: May Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by goamules View Post
    Wetplate day (which seems to be stagnant this year, or perhaps collodion is so popular now, we don't need a special day). Lerebours et Secretan on halfplate.
    Who's the grumpy old guy?

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    Re: May Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by ericantonio View Post
    Hello welcome! Beautifully executed!
    Quote Originally Posted by chassis View Post
    Welcome Adrian! Excellent portrait.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ari View Post
    Mysterious, sublime, slightly disturbing. In other words: fantastic!
    Quote Originally Posted by eabartel View Post
    wonderful work, adrian!
    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea Gazzoni View Post
    Adrian, I keep looking at this. Bravo!


    Thanks for all the kind words

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    Re: May Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post
    Who's the grumpy old guy?
    Some old geezer who moved from Massachusetts to Tucson!

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    Re: May Portraits

    Ingvild, a real viking!
    Pinkham and Smith Synthetic


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    Re: May Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephane View Post
    Ingvild, a real viking!
    Pinkham and Smith Synthetic

    Wow, this is just so amazing!!
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    Re: May Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by gene LaFord View Post
    Some old geezer who moved from Massachusetts to Tucson!
    I thought you looked familiar!

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    Re: May Portraits

    8x10,SymmarS 360,foma200@800

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    Re: May Portraits

    Amazing, you did a great job and your models too ! Would you please give us some details about this photo how and where it was taken ? On a film set ? Actors from a play ? There's a huge teamwork behind these scene, i'd love to know more about it !
    Large format photography is not only about size.

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    Re: May Portraits

    Stephane, you're work is stunning, both classical and original at once!

    Laurent, I always want to add onto your signature line: "Large format photography is not only about size. It's also about wait."
    "I love my Verito lens, but I always have to sharpen everything in Photoshop..."

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