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  1. #141

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    Re: Portraits from 2022

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    Sinar P | Aero Ektar 178mm 2.5 | Fuji Mammography

    #028 by Matías Farber, on Flickr

    #027 by Matías Farber, on Flickr
    Very, very nice.
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    Re: Portraits from 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by kanishka View Post
    Sinar P | Aero Ektar 178mm 2.5 | Fuji Mammography

    #028 by Matías Farber, on Flickr

    #027 by Matías Farber, on Flickr
    Great photos with a tricky lens!
    Did you have a head brace of some sort to keep the focus while you inserted the film/etc?

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    Re: Portraits from 2022

    Larissa | HP5 | Tachihara Hope 4x5 | Schneider 210/5.6
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    Re: Portraits from 2022

    Such a beautiful portrait! Well done!

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    Larissa | HP5 | Tachihara Hope 4x5 | Schneider 210/5.6

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    Re: Portraits from 2022

    Very well done portrait in technical sense of photography. The facial expression of the model is reserved and a bit on guard. Is that an expression of the current state of the relation between men and women in the public domain…?

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    Re: Portraits from 2022

    Steadfast woman truth

    Like!

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    Larissa | HP5 | Tachihara Hope 4x5 | Schneider 210/5.6
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    Re: Portraits from 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by Ootsk View Post
    Great photos with a tricky lens!
    Did you have a head brace of some sort to keep the focus while you inserted the film/etc?
    Thanks!
    I just explained to the model that the focus was critical and that I needed her not to move after focusing.

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    Re: Portraits from 2022

    My wife Susan, 45 years this month.
    4x5, 210 Komura, HP5

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    Re: Portraits from 2022

    If I just had one lens to use on my 8x10, it'll be this one. 12" Ektar. 1/10 f8, Arista EDU 400, @ 200, PMK 13min'ish sort of kind of. I like the light leak, maybe from my holder or pinhole. Kodak Master View. I have a Cambo 8x10 that I was going to take but walking around UCLA with a giant Pelican case and a Bogen 3030 was suspicious enough during our weird times. I recruited the entire family to carry my gear.


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    Re: Portraits from 2022



    Intrepid 8x10 + Symmar 300/5.6
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