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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    HRU Makiflex Std Mic-X 240 f4.5 Tele-Arton by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Plaubel Makiflex Standard camera 240mm F5.5 chrome barrel mount Schneider Tele-Arton at F22. One pop of Broncolor Pulso C171 monolight strobe with Broncolor Pulso Beauty Dish. No fill. 8x10 Fuji HR-U XRay film cut into 4x5s straight Microdol-X replenished in a tray development by inspection under custom red light. 4x5 Lisco Regal holder. 8x10 RC Aristo #2 Multigrade dev laser aligned Omega DII with diffusion Omegalite head.
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by agustin.gd View Post
    Hey Thomas. Sorry for my late reply. Well, I think is a number of factors.
    First, the lens is super soft, and even with a DIY f/10 stop, is still showing softness.
    Then, the caps/ f-stop might have some tiny light leak while taking the photo, which I doubt...but aso, I have no shutter in any of my lenses.
    But I think the main factor here is the film itself. When it comes to edges, sharp and details, x-ray film delivers. But here, the background being so soft, even with long pre-wash and all, this has happened in other photos as well, where there is more softness.
    Also, very hard sideways light in the evening, would be a factor.

    Im glad you liked the photo. I might try some similar ones soon, since I think I have improved the general contrast and looks of the negatives with the exposure and developing times (mainly agitation and concentration)

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    Agustin.
    Thanks for the details Agustin! Very cool! I'll have to try some x-ray film. Nice work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by agustin.gd View Post
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    X-ray film "full blue" - expired, used at iso 50- 5x7 -
    LENS: barrel E. Francais with polarizer filter and home made f/10 cap stop.

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    Oslo - June 2021
    Very nice!
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Last years Hydrangea on E100 cross processed.
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    Just a rose.


    Seneca Improved View 8x10, Sironar-N 210/5.6, 18x24cm UM-MA in HC-110 dil H (6:15 at 20C). 25 inches of draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott -- View Post
    Just a rose.


    Seneca Improved View 8x10, Sironar-N 210/5.6, 18x24cm UM-MA in HC-110 dil H (6:15 at 20C). 25 inches of draw.

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    Thanks, a lot!

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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Another "Flowers in a Heart-shaped Vase". Marigolds.



    Seneca Improved View v.4 8x10, Sironar-N 210/5.6, 18x24 UM-MA in HC-100 dil H.

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