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  1. #21

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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Hello,

    Some portraits of my children back from our holidays in south of France ;

    vacances montpellier 1 by Mathieu Bauwens, sur Flickr

    vacances montpellier 4 by Mathieu Bauwens, sur Flickr

    vacances montpellier 6 by Mathieu Bauwens, sur Flickr

    Chamonix 045 F1
    Fuji 180mm
    Bergger Pancro 400 ( @200/HC 110B) except the first one, Ortho +

    Scan from contact print

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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaidotas View Post
    Nice.
    Which developer was your choice?
    Thank you!
    D-76 1:1 3min at 20 degrees. It should be another developer but it is not specified in the soviet box, it was a trial-error from another stock from which I had references.

  3. #23

    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Toplecca di Sopra, Pontremoli (MS) Italy - A portrait of 3 pilgrims and their donkey Leonardo on the Via Francigena.

    - Camera: CHAMONIX 45-N2
    - Lens: VOIGTLANDER Heliar 210 1:4.5 in Compound shutter
    - Exposure: 1/25 second at f 9
    - Film: ILFORD FP4 - 125 ASA - size 4x5"
    - Developer: KODAK HC-110 - Dilution H (1+62) - 10 minutes at 20° C
    - Stop: ILFORD ILFO STOP
    - Fixer: ILFORD HYPAM FIXER
    - Lightmeter: Gossen Lunasix 3 reading the incident light
    - Lighting: Ambient light only

    - Scanner: EPSON V700 and EPSON Scan 3.81
    - Software: Adobe Photoshop CS4


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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Like!
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    Stra (VE) Italy - Photographic session for a Martina and her friend.

    - Camera: TOYO-FIELD 45 AII L (Linhof)
    - Lens: SCHNEIDER Symmar 210 1:5.6 Convertible
    - Exposure:
    - Film: ILFORD FP4 - 125 ASA - size 4x5"
    - Developer: KODAK HC-110 - Dilution H (1+63) - 10 minutes at 20° C
    - Stop: ILFORD ILFO STOP
    - Fixer: ILFORD HYPAM FIXER
    - Lightmeter:
    - Lightning: Bowens Gemini 500R and Elinchrom SkyPort wireless trigger

    - Scanner: EPSON V700 and EPSON Scan 3.81
    - Software: Adobe Photoshop CS4


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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Like!

    I love hats.

    I have a few fedoras and have been wearing them for decades.




    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro Bocchi View Post
    Stra (VE) Italy - Photographic session for a Martina and her friend.

    - Camera: TOYO-FIELD 45 AII L (Linhof)
    - Lens: SCHNEIDER Symmar 210 1:5.6 Convertible
    - Exposure:
    - Film: ILFORD FP4 - 125 ASA - size 4x5"
    - Developer: KODAK HC-110 - Dilution H (1+63) - 10 minutes at 20° C
    - Stop: ILFORD ILFO STOP
    - Fixer: ILFORD HYPAM FIXER
    - Lightmeter:
    - Lightning: Bowens Gemini 500R and Elinchrom SkyPort wireless trigger

    - Scanner: EPSON V700 and EPSON Scan 3.81
    - Software: Adobe Photoshop CS4

    sin eater

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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    This is a really nice thread of portraits so far! Creative as ever.

    Having made fake bubble abstract shapes with the spherical aberration of soft focus lenses mixed with bright light, I went backwards and photographed actual bubbles, wondering if spherical aberration of the lens and being sort of a bokeh shape themselves, the bubbles and the optics would crossmojonate and something weird would happen. Instead I got an even more delicate bubbles... Pictorialists of old like Anne Brigman and Clarence White regularly used glass globes/bubbles as props. Using family as models, I was slightly more White inspired.

    4x5 speed graphic, 9" gundlach hyperion, fp4+ film in pyrocat hdc.


    img875 by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr

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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Alesandro,
    This is a terrific portrait of what I suspect is a family. I hope they get a copy, Good job!

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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Excellent!

    Quote Originally Posted by jp View Post
    This is a really nice thread of portraits so far! Creative as ever.

    Having made fake bubble abstract shapes with the spherical aberration of soft focus lenses mixed with bright light, I went backwards and photographed actual bubbles, wondering if spherical aberration of the lens and being sort of a bokeh shape themselves, the bubbles and the optics would crossmojonate and something weird would happen. Instead I got an even more delicate bubbles... Pictorialists of old like Anne Brigman and Clarence White regularly used glass globes/bubbles as props. Using family as models, I was slightly more White inspired.

    4x5 speed graphic, 9" gundlach hyperion, fp4+ film in pyrocat hdc.


    img875 by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr
    sin eater

  10. #30

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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    The first shot with the newest camera, still not a final print (which will be a contact) but it will be September soon,
    Argyle 11X14
    Wollensak Rapax front element = ~ 25.5 "
    Agfa xray film

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Oh and the model is our good friend J.

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