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  1. #41

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    Re: Doors

    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Kearns View Post
    Merg, "Barn Doors, Nevada" and "Door, Alamos Mexico" are excellent.

    Best regards,
    Pat
    Thank you, Pat.

    All the best,
    Merg

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    Re: Doors

    Central City, CO. Chamonix 45N2, 150mm Apo Sironar, Delta 100.




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    Re: Doors

    Latest closeup image from me, exposed and developed yesterday.

    Church Door Detail



    Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire
    9th June 2020, 4:55pm

    Chamonix 810V, Nikkor-W 300mm f/5.6
    Ilford FP4+ 8x10
    1½” f/32, 450mm bellows extension
    2.5mm front fall, 10mm front shift left

    Stearman SP810, Pyrocat HD 2:2:100, 12’00, 21ºC, N-development, TF-4 Fix, hypoclear, wash, Ilfotol rinse
    http://www.davidfearnphotography.co.uk
    see too my 5x4 and 8x10 flickr albums

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    Las Calinas, TX

    Graflex Super D 4x5 (1948)
    SoftarII Filter
    Ilford FP4+
    Divided Pyrocat

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    Abandoned Solvay Superfund site in South Milwaukee (Aug. 17, 2013)
    Linhof MT 4x5, 90mm Super Angulon, Provia

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    "If people only knew how hard I work to gain my mastery, it wouldn't seem so wonderful at all." ...Michelangelo

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    Former Imperial Carving Plant on Kalamazoo River in Allegan , Michigan (Nov 21, 2015)
    Linhof MT 4x5, 210mm Sironar S, ACROS film

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    ... JMOwens (Mt. Pleasant, Wisc. USA)

    "If people only knew how hard I work to gain my mastery, it wouldn't seem so wonderful at all." ...Michelangelo

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    Re: Doors

    Shot around 1973 with 4x5 Sinar Norma and 180mm Symmar.
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    Tachihara 4x5, TMY, Caltar IIn 210mm lens.
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    Re: Doors

    Quote Originally Posted by alanbutler57 View Post



    Las Calinas, TX

    Graflex Super D 4x5 (1948)
    SoftarII Filter
    Ilford FP4+
    Divided Pyrocat
    Soft focus purists will probably scoff at the use of a humble Softar but I really like the effect... What lens?

    I've tried a Softar fairly close up with a 300mm Nikkor-M here with a 52mm to B50 adapter. Technically it makes even less sense on 5x7. I'll have to try it at a greater distance now - thanks for posting this

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    Jeffery Dale Welker
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    Re: Doors

    Recently, I became engrossed while working under the dark cloth, on a composition in Alpine, Arizona. I’m methodical (i.e. slow) when making photographs with my 4x5 and did not notice the thunderstorm quickly forming over the nearby Escudilla Mountain. Before I could finish making my photograph, the skies opened up and I was running for cover.

    BTW, an old fellow trying to run through tall meadow grass, with a large format camera on a tripod, takes on an inebriated Sasquatch-like quality.

    Gratefully, a small 100+ year old barn was nearby and provided sanctuary. As I lamented the photograph “not made”, I noticed this scene in a dark corner. Soft light coming from a crack in the barn’s log wall helped illuminate these doors that framed an informal still life. An unexpected, and initially unwelcome, monsoon storm helped me discover a wonderful scene that would have otherwise eluded me. How can you not love serendipity.

    BARN STILL LIFE - Alpine, Arizona by Jeffery Dale Welker, on Flickr

    Camera: Arca-Swiss 4x5, Developer: Ilford Ilfotch DDX, Exposure: ½ sec @ F/32, Film: Illford FP4+, Filter: B+W Orange MRC 040M, ISO 100, Lens: Nikon Nikkor-W 150mm f/5.6, Scan: Epson V850, SP-445 Compact 4x5 Film Processing System
    "I have this feeling of walking around for days with the wind knocked out of me." - Jim Harrison

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