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    Formal Gardens

    Images made in public or private formal gardens.



    Washington Oaks Gardens fountain and Pond
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    Franklin Conservatory Palm Room 4x5 Sinar Norma by Nokton48, on Flickr

    1989 testing 1977 Tri-X 4x5 Film Pack D76 1:1 4x5 Sinar Norma 90mm f8 Schneider Sinar Super Angulon barrel with Auto-Iris mickey mouse ears. 8x10 Aristo RC #2 Multigrade Omega Dii laser aligned 180 Rodagon Omegalite diffusion head
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    Auto Maki no 2 150 2.8 Xenotar HRU 5 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Automatic Makiflex #2 150mm F2.8 Xenotar wide-open 1/15 Fuji 8x10 XRay HRU cut down to 4x5 in Graphmatic back StarD tripod. Development 12 minutes 60F straight Mic-X replenished by inspection of shadow values by deep red safelight. 8x10 Arista #2 RC Omega DII 180 Rodagon f22 50 seconds Omegalite diffusion head Multigrade developer
    “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”
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    Auto Maki no 2 180 2.8 Xenotar HRU 3 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Automatic Makiflex #2 150mm F2.8 Xenotar wide-open 1/15 Fuji 8x10 XRay HRU cut down to 4x5 in Graphmatic back StarD tripod. Development 12 minutes 60F straight Mic-X replenished by inspection of shadow values by deep red safelight. 8x10 Arista #2 RC Omega DII 180 Rodagon f22 35 seconds Omegalite diffusion head Multigrade developer
    “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”
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    Auto Maki no 2 150 2.8 Xenotar HRU 1 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Automatic Makiflex #2 150mm F2.8 Xenotar wide-open 1/15 Fuji 8x10 XRay HRU cut down to 4x5 in Graphmatic back StarD tripod. Development 12 minutes 60F straight Mic-X replenished by inspection of shadow values by deep red safelight. 8x10 Arista #2 RC Omega DII 180 Rodagon f22 35 seconds Omegalite diffusion head Multigrade developer
    “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”
    ― Mark Twain

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    Re: Formal Gardens

    Dawes Oriental Garden by Nokton48, on Flickr

    4x5 Sinar Norma 90mm Sinar Norma Auto Super Angulon 90mm F8 EFKE PL100 Pyro PMK+ Omega DII Laser Aligned 180mm Black Componon Arista RC #2 Multigrade Dev Omegalite Diffusion Head
    “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”
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    Kingswood Gardens Hassy 30mm Distagon Fisheye 1 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Frog Pond, Kingswood Gardens, Mansfield Ohio. Kodak 70mm Surveillance Film, ADOX Borax MQ dev, Hasselblad 500C/M 30mm T* Distagon, Handheld exposure. Arista #2 8x10 Matte RC paper, Multigrade dev. Processed in 70mm Kindermann Dev Tank

    Kodak Surveillance reminds me a lot of the older Tri-X emulsion.
    The sun was just out of the frame upper left corner. The circular garden works well with the Hassy Fishy lens.

    This was a fun shoot!
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