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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro Bocchi View Post
    Toplecca di Sopra - Tuscany - Italy
    Outside my house with my Black Widow bow. Picture taken by Alessandro Oncini. January 4, 2023.

    - Camera: Linhof Super Technika V 4x5
    - Lens: LAACK RATHENOW Texon 180 1:4.5
    - Film: FOMAPAN - 100 ASA - size 4x5
    - Exposure: 1/8 second between f 6 and f 9
    - Developer: KODAK HC-110 - Dilution H (1+62) - 9 minutes at 20 C
    - Stop: ILFORD ILFO STOP
    - Fixer: ILFORD HYPAM FIXER
    - Lightmeter: Gossen Lunasix 3 reading the incident light
    - Lighting: Ambient light only

    - Scanner: EPSON V700 and EPSON Scan 3.81
    - Software: Adobe Photoshop CS6

    I use that same dilution for Fomapan. I find that it's easier to print. If I use 1+31 I spend more time with split contrast trying to get it the way I want.

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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    excellent shots, alessandro!

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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    Toplecca di Sopra - Tuscany - Italy
    In front of the Yurt holding my Linhof Technika. Picture taken by Alessandro Oncini. January 3, 2023.

    - Camera: CHAMONIX 45-N2
    - Lens: CARL ZEISS JENA Tessar 250 1:4.5
    - Film: FOMAPAN - 100 ASA - size 4x5
    - Exposure: 1/8 second at f 5.6
    - Developer: KODAK HC-110 - Dilution H (1+63) - 9 minutes at 20 C
    - Stop: ILFORD ILFO STOP
    - Fixer: ILFORD HYPAM FIXER
    - Lightmeter: Gossen Lunasix 3 reading the incident light
    - Lighting: Ambient light only

    - Scanner: EPSON V700 and EPSON Scan 3.81
    - Software: Adobe Photoshop CS6


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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    Toplecca di Sopra - Tuscany - Italy
    Me and my wife Christine outside our house. Picture taken by Alessandro Oncini. January 4, 2023.

    - Camera: CHAMONIX 45-N2
    - Lens: CARL ZEISS JENA Tessar 250 1:4.5
    - Film: FOMAPAN - 100 ASA - size 4x5
    - Exposure: 1/8 second at f 5.6
    - Developer: KODAK HC-110 - Dilution H (1+63) - 9 minutes at 20 C
    - Stop: ILFORD ILFO STOP
    - Fixer: ILFORD HYPAM FIXER
    - Lightmeter: Gossen Lunasix 3 reading the incident light
    - Lighting: Ambient light only

    - Scanner: EPSON V700 and EPSON Scan 3.81
    - Software: Adobe Photoshop CS6


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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    Re-seen today, 10 years old, X-Ray Cropped

    Maybe in earthquake, I doubt I see them again regardless

    10 years ago by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
    Tin Can

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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    Lost 2 by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    My wife at her first ever book signing at an old bookstore.
    Speed Graphic with Aero Ektar lens, 1/40 second. I set the camera on
    an antique school desk for stability. I ran out of b/w film, and had to use
    color. Behind me was a window to a cloudy/rainy sky. I'm colorblind, but it looks like each
    side of the aisle was lit by different sources? Developed by local camera shop.
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    Good works Ootsk,

    here some use "OOTSK - Urban Dictionary
    www.urbandictionary.com
    "Order Of The Sleepless Knights."

    I used to live next door to an odd bookstore

    He bought books by weight

    Later we realized it was also a flop house for very strange folk

    They slept hidden in the carrels

    and we never saw them come and go

    night critters

    I was and am still strange

    Rent was cheap, most tenants were deaf or worse

    I just missed a big hunk of building falling on my pillow

    My lady lit her hat on fire and didn't know it

    I attacked and saved her huge Afro

    Good old days

    miss you Norma!


    Quote Originally Posted by Ootsk View Post
    My wife at her first ever book signing at an old bookstore.
    Speed Graphic with Aero Ektar lens, 1/40 second. I set the camera on
    an antique school desk for stability. I ran out of b/w film, and had to use
    color. Behind me was a window to a cloudy/rainy sky. I'm colorblind, but it looks like each
    side of the aisle was lit by different sources? Developed by local camera shop.
    Click image for larger version. 

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Views:	168 
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    Tin Can

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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Good works Ootsk,

    here some use "OOTSK - Urban Dictionary
    www.urbandictionary.com
    "Order Of The Sleepless Knights."

    I used to live next door to an odd bookstore

    He bought books by weight

    Later we realized it was also a flop house for very strange folk

    They slept hidden in the carrels

    and we never saw them come and go

    night critters

    I was and am still strange

    Rent was cheap, most tenants were deaf or worse

    I just missed a big hunk of building falling on my pillow

    My lady lit her hat on fire and didn't know it

    I attacked and saved her huge Afro

    Good old days

    miss you Norma!
    That name is from a Jimmy Buffett song, 'Gypsies in the Palace' and it does refer to
    Order Of the Sleepless Knights, so good catch. I picked that name back when AOL came on floppy disks.

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    Re: Portraits from 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
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    So good. Was this a modern lens or retro lens?
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