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Thread: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gcastillo1986 View Post


    Chamonix 45F2 75mm Scheinder Super Angulon f5.6 with 6x12 horseman back Ilford FP4 developed in FA-1027. Follow me @guscastillophoto
    Very nice
    Regards
    Peter

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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    I love the 6x12 format and while I lived on the road it was a way to continue using my 5x4 without needing facilities to process sheet film.



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    Tachihara 5x4, 210mm Symmar-S, Horseman 6x12 RFH
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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Nice!

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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Gold star GRAY
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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Thanks guys.
    Rob Gray Nature Photographer Extraordinaire
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  6. #56

    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Hi guys,

    Joshua Tree National Park

    Pali K617V5
    Rodenstock Grandagon-N 90mm
    Ilford Delta 100
    Drum Scan Heidelberg Tango

    Brockenbahn Harz Mountains Germany - Schierke

    Malefic 617
    Rodenstock Grandagon-N 75mm
    Ilford Hp5
    Drum Scan Heidelberg Tango

    Seb

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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    First test shots of my 3D printed 6x12 camera. Came out ok but I haven't set the zone focus up correctly so I was consistently focusing closer than I wanted (and can't even get infinity focus currently). Ilford delta 100, processed in LC29 1+29 using the Chromabox automatic rotary processor.





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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Seb, Both photos are Great! Talk about opposite. Desolation and heat, Power and cold!

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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    Quote Originally Posted by Seb-FFM View Post
    Hi guys,

    Joshua Tree National Park

    Pali K617V5
    Rodenstock Grandagon-N 90mm
    Ilford Delta 100
    Drum Scan Heidelberg Tango

    Brockenbahn Harz Mountains Germany - Schierke

    Malefic 617
    Rodenstock Grandagon-N 75mm
    Ilford Hp5
    Drum Scan Heidelberg Tango

    Seb
    Nice image of Joshua Tree NP. I was there just last week...waiting for my film to get processed.

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    Re: Panoramic Format (6x12 ~ 6x17, etc) B&W only.

    delta100-(13xxx)-copy by pat photopeter, on Flickr

    Linhof Technorama 617. Schneider Super-Angulon 90mm f/5.6.

    Ilford Delta 100. dev.DDX

    Peter

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