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    Re: Still Life, 2021

    splendid

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    Re: Still Life, 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by awty View Post
    Cool enough to venture into the darkroom again.

    Everything in the right place by Paul Fitz, on Flickr

    Darkroom contact print on ilford RC grade 2. Preflashed to hold the highlights, dodge burn slight toning.
    24 x 30cm xray film in pyro hd
    24 x 30 1890 plate camera. Fuji 420 mm f16
    this is stunningly beautiful--what gorgeous work!!!

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    Re: Still Life, 2021

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    Fomapan 200, Fujinon W 150mm, f/22, 35 sec.

    Hi buddy !

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    Re: Still Life, 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by BetXen View Post
    Hi buddy !

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    Nice to meet you

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    Re: Still Life, 2021

    Chubby, shiny little tree of a house plant.

    Fomapan 200
    Horseman 45L
    Schneider 135

    Under exposed by 2 stops, my first time trying some manipulation of light and exposure like this. I like it! Probably the closest I've come to replicating what i had envisioned beforehand

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    Horseman L45 Mamiya Press Olympus OM2n 35RC Pen EE2 Canon EOS 1N

    Home develop, scan, print and sometimes enlarge

    Flickr Jahn Pahwa

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    I've had a lot of problems with CatLabs X 80 film. This is a technical test to see if its a matter of developer choice. (FX-37 is NOT a good developer for this film) Exposed at 25 ASA gave a good negative, but 40 ASA could have been sufficient with the right development.
    This sheet was processed in D-76 1:1
    Lens used was a badly damaged Schneider f2.8 105mm Xenotar lens made for a much smaller format. 1 second at f5.6

    I love the way this damaged Xenotar renders on 4x5. I think the lens is meant for 6x9 cm formats, so it doesn't fully cover 4x5, and the swirly distortion at the corners is quite beautiful.

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    Re: Still Life, 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post


    I've had a lot of problems with CatLabs X 80 film. This is a technical test to see if its a matter of developer choice. (FX-37 is NOT a good developer for this film) Exposed at 25 ASA gave a good negative, but 40 ASA could have been sufficient with the right development.
    This sheet was processed in D-76 1:1
    Lens used was a badly damaged Schneider f2.8 105mm Xenotar lens made for a much smaller format. 1 second at f5.6

    I love the way this damaged Xenotar renders on 4x5. I think the lens is meant for 6x9 cm formats, so it doesn't fully cover 4x5, and the swirly distortion at the corners is quite beautiful.

    That lens worked well for you. Excellent image.

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    Re: Still Life, 2021

    Study of some coyote skulls for current project. B&J view camera, CZJ 135mm f/4,5 Tessar, 4x5 Foma 100 w/Pyrocat HD (first time trying this developer!). Quick n' dirty phone "scans."
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    Can't decide which I prefer. Both look cool to me. Very pleased with the tones I got with the pyrocat. Lighting was a cheapie LED panel.

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    Re: Still Life, 2021

    Great shot Paul ! Background is awesome , beautiful composition as usual.

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post


    I've had a lot of problems with CatLabs X 80 film. This is a technical test to see if its a matter of developer choice. (FX-37 is NOT a good developer for this film) Exposed at 25 ASA gave a good negative, but 40 ASA could have been sufficient with the right development.
    This sheet was processed in D-76 1:1
    Lens used was a badly damaged Schneider f2.8 105mm Xenotar lens made for a much smaller format. 1 second at f5.6

    I love the way this damaged Xenotar renders on 4x5. I think the lens is meant for 6x9 cm formats, so it doesn't fully cover 4x5, and the swirly distortion at the corners is quite beautiful.

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    Re: Still Life, 2021

    Linhof Technika IV
    Kodak Ektar 100
    Nikon Nikkor W 180mm f/5.6

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