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    May portraits

    Siesta time
    paper negative iso6
    regards
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    Re: May portraits

    Pandemic Portrait No. 1
    Part of a small series.
    Cambo Legend 8x10, Fujinon-W 360mm 5.6, Ilford Delta 100
    1/60 @ F32
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: May portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by robertraymer View Post
    Pandemic Portrait No. 1
    Part of a small series.
    Cambo Legend 8x10, Fujinon-W 360mm 5.6, Ilford Delta 100
    1/60 @ F32
    Click image for larger version. 

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    I like this. She seems to convey forlornness from behind that mask.
    --- Steve from Missouri ---

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    Re: May portraits



    From an 8X10 inch wet plate collodion negative.
    Darlot Petzval lens used, unknown aperture value. Exposure was 8 seconds.

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    Re: May portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by robertraymer View Post
    Pandemic Portrait No. 1
    Part of a small series.
    Cambo Legend 8x10, Fujinon-W 360mm 5.6, Ilford Delta 100
    1/60 @ F32
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Well done!
    Love the doggy mask.

    I can't do portraits right now, I live alone! Wait....come here doggy.....
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    Re: May portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post


    From an 8X10 inch wet plate collodion negative.
    Darlot Petzval lens used, unknown aperture value. Exposure was 8 seconds.
    Damn, this is gorgeous!
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    Re: May portraits

    Paul,

    That is a really a good one!

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    Re: May portraits

    What a great beard. Very nice profile picture, 8 seconds is epic.

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    Re: May portraits

    Attempting to self teach studio lighting in a small space. Need a bit more fine tuning, probably help if I had descent model. I'll keep practicing.

    Tales of Sails by Paul Fitz, on Flickr

    Darkroom print on ilford rc grade 2.
    Cambo 4x5, 210 mm Schneider, f8
    hp5 in d76.

    Print is more warmer in tone.

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    Re: May portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by awty View Post
    What a great beard. Very nice profile picture, 8 seconds is epic.
    Thank you Paul! Yeah, wet plate negatives are challenging, especially if its a portrait you're doing. But I do like a challenge!

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