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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format





    Mamiya 7 65mm @ f8
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    Best
    Igor.

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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Igor, the bird transforms the second one.
    Philip U.

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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulophot View Post
    Igor, the bird transforms the second one.
    Thanks for your note Philip.
    At first, I was looking for emptiness and abandon of the place .. I was not sure about the bird, but looking at it now I think it's ok.

    Best wishes,
    Igor.

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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Quarantine sort of over here in Texas for the most part, but hay baling season and heavy rains have kept me tied up. After more heavy rain last night, the wildflowers along the path around my pond came out to play.


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    From Yesterday's walk.

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    Week ago - San Sebastian
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    This color image was made on May 1st with my iPhone 11, while the two B&W images were made on May 7th with my Linhof Master Technika 4x5. This large, old and spreading oak tree is in Caledonia, Wisconsin. I like to photograph such gnarly old oaks with lots of character in the early spring before they leaf out, because you get a true silhouette and can see all the texture in the bark. I've photographed this oak tree before, and it must be well over 100 years old and has a trunk about 5-6 feet in diameter at chest height. When I got to it in early May the property owners had put up the sign and US flags, which I hadn't expected but made sense since this tree is a local favorite along a fairly busy stretch of rural two-lane highway. You can see from the color image that late morning was fairly sunny, so the bark on the trunk and major limbs showed a lot of contrast. But when I went back earlier on the morning of May 7th (two B&W images) there was a high, thin ceiling of clouds and pretty nice and consistent light (with no wind in the flags). I used a 90mm Nikkor f8 (landscape image) and a 110mm Super Symmar XL lens (portrait image) with my 4x5, and the films and prints came out pretty good. The two B&W images attached were Epson V750 Pro scans of the films, edited in Lightroom. I may return to get some close-ups of the rough hewn texture in the main trunk, or where some of the major limbs spread from the central stem. I feel this tree speaks of strength and resilience, which is in harmony with the messages in the hand-made sign, and needed in this time.

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

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    I like the portrait composition best.
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    Me too, I think. Thank you.
    ... JMOwens (Mt. Pleasant, Wisc. USA)

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