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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by Emil Schildt View Post
    Started as an 18x24 cm paper negative...
    Large Goniochromatype (ca 40x47cm)
    Mother of pearl paint mixed with a little coffee as backing
    Such a beautiful result!

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Just got back from Australia and I'm so jet lagged. Being in a darkroom huffing chemistry is supposed to cure that right?

    Here's some images from my friends' Kat and Baxter's wedding in Sorrento, AUS. What a party it was.

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    Everyone pitched in. From decorations, to transportation, to food, to music, to the photography. It was a total community event.


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    The brides invited everyone down to the beach for a Polka party.

    Both shot with a 90mm Fujinon, on an Intrepid @ f32 @ 1/8 (I forgot my light meter back in the states so I estimated every shot I took on this trip. so far so good)
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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Ann-Karmen on an 8x10 Gibellini Bellatrix/300mm Symmar-S/Foma 100/Monobath

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Wonderful Charles, really lovely

    regards

    Andrew

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by thicktheo View Post
    Hey Jose, amazing image! In what EI did you rate that T-Max 100, and what about development time/method?

    I am getting sub-par results with HC-110, though I have to admit I tend to (sometimes horribly) under-expose.


    Here's from today's session, shot with the Aero Ektar on Kodak T-Max 100. I had to underexpose this one (can't get lower than 1/30 with the Speed Graphic's focal plane shutter), but then I over-developed (12 mins with HC-110B) to even things out a bit:



    ...and I have to say, I hadn't used this lens for quite a bit, and now I remember why. Extremely low contrast and "dreamy" look. I much prefer the modern lenses.
    Nice. I also prefer a less biting lens for portraits.
    Like the corner edge location a la Penn

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by Charles S View Post
    Ann-Karmen on an 8x10 Gibellini Bellatrix/300mm Symmar-S/Foma 100/Monobath

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    Nice profile shot.
    I never have any luck with those

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Like!
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    Re: March Portraits 2019



    Portrait of C.

    8x10 Eastman View No. 2
    Xenar 36cm f/4.5
    TMAX 400 in XTOL
    Portland, OR

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Like!
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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Excellent, Jay!
    “You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.”
    ― Alexander Den Heijer, Nothing you don't already know

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