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    Now that’s a bellows!

    Oh, and a 30 minute exposure? No big deal. Besides you could go grill dinner while waiting.
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    Yeah I've never actually pushed it out to its limit. 800mm total length I think, without any kind of lens extension. I might try something with my 240mm tonight which'll be even higher mag.
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    It has been awhile, but I came across a photo my friend Glenn Crosby took of me after I had made my exposures. Thanks, Glenn!

    Wawona Tunnel, Yosemite National Park, March 3, 2003
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    Early morning hours -- I obviously could see if a car was coming from in front -- and I could hear the tires on the road for several minutes before a vehicle showed up behind me. I believe I had to get the camera off the road three times before I had enough time to make the image.

    Tri-X at 200ASA, Zone VI 8x10, 19" RD Artar (in barrel), f32 at 1.5 minutes. My Pentax meter read 2 to 5 for the most part and 14 on the lights...exposed at 4 (plus another stop+ for reciprocity failure), developed in Rollo Pyro 20:40:1000, 70F 10 minutes.

    For some reason I decided to rephotograph the same scene 8 months later, same camera/lens, but FP4+ and Ilford Universal PQ Developer. Probably bored in the evening and curious about comparing the difference. Negs are okay. Image is a little boring in comparison without the water on the road and dark moisture on the walls. I raised the camera slightly, putting the end of the tunnel lower in the image (dry road was not as interesting). I got lucky the first time.
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    Test shot with J. Lane dry plate. Plate was a little under-developed.
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    Kettle River, Banning State Park (picture of yours truly taken by my girlfriend).
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    Playing with the Royal yesterday.
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    The perfect camera for the times - Korona View 4x5, 7” Zeiss Tessar @ 5.6, Delta 100, Pyrocat HD, scan of negative.






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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Not sure it fits, but I made a 2-minute films of some photograph I took in the past months.

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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Quote Originally Posted by marcookie View Post
    Not sure it fits, but I made a 2-minute films of some photograph I took in the past months.
    Way to go, Marco! Really well done, both the photographs and the films of your setups. I really do think this makes an excellent resource for others.

    Cheers,

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