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    Re: June portrait thread

    Calumet Cambo
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    A bit of tilt


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    Re: June portrait thread

    beautiful work!

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    This is Emilie - 13x18cm - Cooke series IIa

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    Re: June portrait thread

    Lauren's First Swim, circa 1998:



    Janice and Lauren at Lower Tahquamenon Falls, circa 2000.

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    Re: June portrait thread

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    Whole plate tintype, 420mm Universal Heliar @ f/4.5, strobe. 6/1/18.

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    8x10,Fujinon 250/6.7


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    Re: June portrait thread

    First Swim is wonderful
    thanks for sharing

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    Re: June portrait thread

    Quote Originally Posted by EdWorkman View Post
    First Swim is wonderful
    thanks for sharing
    Thank you, Ed.
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    Re: June portrait thread

    Impossible 8x10, Calumet C1, Aero Ektar 12 inches f/2.5, 1/280 sec


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    Re: June portrait thread

    The Rural Workshop | Tachihara 4x5 | Fomapan 100 | Schneider-Kreuznach Symmar 210 @ 5.6 1/15sec
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    Re: June portrait thread

    That's a very effective photo, Colton. The light, selective focus, composition, tonality...all are effective.

    Deardorffuser, That's an effective, and a bit unusual composition. There's lots to look at throughout the photo.

    That's excellent, Adrian! The tonality is wonderful.
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