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    Re: LF and ULF portraiture

    Alice 1995 200mm Imagon 4x5 Norma by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Alice 1995 4x5 Norma 200mm Imagon HP5 D76 1:1 Photogenic Mini Spotlight "Imagon Lighting". She liked this one and I did too
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    Re: LF and ULF portraiture

    Portrait of Mat Marrash, June 25, 2022, Photostock Nation, Cross Village, MI. Richard Ritter 20x24, 30" Artar Red Dot, Ilford FP4, HC-110 (B), contact print, no filter

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    Re: LF and ULF portraiture

    Bravo, Francis!

    . . . and — as this thread which I started 17 years ago seems to be coming back to life — I've noticed that the only portrait examples we can still see are those which have been embedded in the text-box (as opposed to links ...). For the sake of perennity, might I suggest that future examples be pasted directly into the text, so they may still be available to see, say, —who knows?— another 17 years from now?!

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    Re: LF and ULF portraiture

    LFPF itself has lost all embedded DIGI before

    I like paper cash and prints in my hands

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Nisperos View Post
    Bravo, Francis!

    . . . and — as this thread which I started 17 years ago seems to be coming back to life — I've noticed that the only portrait examples we can still see are those which have been embedded in the text-box (as opposed to links ...). For the sake of perennity, might I suggest that future examples be pasted directly into the text, so they may still be available to see, say, —who knows?— another 17 years from now?!
    Tin Can

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    Re: LF and ULF portraiture

    (re:"I like paper cash and prints in my hands")

    Agreed. For example, I feel sorry for parents who, years ago, might have taken digital pictures of their young children and now,
    neither the parents nor the kids, themselves, grown into adulthood can (or can, but only with difficulty) access those photos
    because Apple or whomever came out with a new product and has, for example, changed such-and-such 'port', requiring the numerous imprisoned images to be transferred . . . each time an "improved" product comes to market.

    The great irony is, the oldest photographic technology (let's say, a daguerrotype), with always "marry" with the latest
    technology, by good ol' simple optical reproduction (aka, scanning). However, newer technology might not
    marry with the latest. 'Old school' still teaching lessons.

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