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    The very opposite of what we try to accomplish in Large Format. I enjoy experimenting with coarse grain and small negatives. A foil to the LF cult.

    Some palettes outside of a now gone lumber kiln in Prince George, BC. where I live. Taken with a camera from my collection, and Exa 1a, with a 40mm Macro Kilfitt lens.

    I used some of my remnant stock of Kodak 2475 Recording film, exposed at 800, 1/150th at f11, developed in Rodinal. Thanks for checking this out.

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    Oct 2010
    South Dakota

    Re: Antithesis

    Sometimes we get too obsessed with "image quality" rather than considering the quality of the image. This is one reason I mostly use 100+ year old lenses.

    Kent in SD
    In contento ed allegria
    Notte ed di vogliam passar!

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    Dec 2012
    Winona, Minnesota

    Re: Antithesis

    2475 Recording film! Yeah, back in the daily news business I used it. Developed in HC-110.

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    Shot in large farm kitchen under one 60W bulb high in the ceiling.
    (The boy is turning 50 years-old soon.)

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    beautiful shot!


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