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    Still life-2024

    Do you miss Jerry G.?

    Emil Busch Quarzlinse (single lens element) 200mm f/4.5 @f/9 (star shape aperture)
    Fuji UM-MA, sheet film 9x12cm, Kodak HC 110, 1+39
    Negativ scan with Epson V700


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    Re: Still life-2024

    Very much. Nice work. The elements capture my mixed feelings. The allegories are very clear.

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    Re: Still life-2024

    Dead Set, great imagery there.

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    Re: Still life-2024

    I made some waterhouse stops for a Petzval lens and this is one of the test samples I made with it.
    It is an unnamed lens, no data engraved but I measure it as a 200mm lens with f/3.5
    I used f/16
    Fuji UM-MA, 9x12cm sheet film, Kodak HC 110, 1+39
    Sinar f1
    Negative scan with Epson V700

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    Re: Still life-2024

    Quote Originally Posted by arri View Post
    I made some waterhouse stops for a Petzval lens and this is one of the test samples I made with it.
    It is an unnamed lens, no data engraved but I measure it as a 200mm lens with f/3.5
    I used f/16
    Fuji UM-MA, 9x12cm sheet film, Kodak HC 110, 1+39
    Sinar f1
    Negative scan with Epson V700
    This is fantastic!
    Jim Cole
    Flagstaff, AZ

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    Re: Still life-2024

    Quote Originally Posted by arri View Post
    I made some waterhouse stops for a Petzval lens and this is one of the test samples I made with it.
    It is an unnamed lens, no data engraved but I measure it as a 200mm lens with f/3.5
    I used f/16
    Fuji UM-MA, 9x12cm sheet film, Kodak HC 110, 1+39
    Sinar f1
    Negative scan with Epson V700
    Fascinating!

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    Re: Still life-2024

    Quote Originally Posted by arri View Post
    I made some waterhouse stops for a Petzval lens and this is one of the test samples I made with it.
    It is an unnamed lens, no data engraved but I measure it as a 200mm lens with f/3.5
    I used f/16
    Fuji UM-MA, 9x12cm sheet film, Kodak HC 110, 1+39
    Sinar f1
    Negative scan with Epson V700
    arri, that's terrific. Bravo!

    Merg

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    Re: Still life-2024

    Quote Originally Posted by arri View Post
    I made some waterhouse stops for a Petzval lens and this is one of the test samples I made with it.
    It is an unnamed lens, no data engraved but I measure it as a 200mm lens with f/3.5
    I used f/16
    Fuji UM-MA, 9x12cm sheet film, Kodak HC 110, 1+39
    Sinar f1
    Negative scan with Epson V700
    Magnificent! Great Light.
    Flikr Photos Here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/18134483@N04/

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    Re: Still life-2024



    The first Daffodils always appear in late February, and it never fails to surprise me. (I grew up in a colder climate, where Daffodils are a May thing)

    Made with Fomapan 100, developed in PMK.
    Camera: Intrepid 5x7 camera with the 9" Wollensak Verito lens, at f4.5

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    Re: Still life-2024

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post


    The first Daffodils always appear in late February, and it never fails to surprise me. (I grew up in a colder climate, where Daffodils are a May thing)

    Made with Fomapan 100, developed in PMK.
    Camera: Intrepid 5x7 camera with the 9" Wollensak Verito lens, at f4.5
    Very good, I like soft focus images.
    The structure of the dresser looks very clear and sharp.
    I never used a Vireto lens, is is typical for this lenses?

    With the Imagon I getting more or less softness when I change the lens extension but only in + direction. Like I realise it in your picture as well
    The Imagon has not a real sharp level like anastigmat lenses have, it is more 3D.
    Maybe the Verito works similar?

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