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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    Sunset Crater, Decay. 4x5, 75mm Nikkor f/4.5@f/32. Tmax100, red25A filter


    Nice one Steve, really like Sunset Crater, have to drive through it to get out to our house.

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    Tree in Morgan Hill, CA, USA. 120 images 1/30s averaged into one in camera.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by jtomasella View Post
    4x5 Nagaoka 150mm lens @F45. This is a scan of the darkroom print I made this morning. 1 minute contrast 0 and 9 seconds no filter. The roots are what originally drew me to this location 2 days earlier as me and the wife were out for a stroll. I came back to make a video and all the shots I had scouted changed including this one.
    They definitely create an interesting texture and repeating pattern. I think the shadows from the other trees help accentuate that texture. What about the scene changed, since you had scouted it?

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    Re: post your trees!

    Wow, what a thread. Love trees, though I most often have contact with the urban kind. I have recently made an 8x10 pinhole camera specifically for the purpose of taking pictures of the trees in my neighborhood:

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    Here's one example of what I'm doing (you can see the rest on my IG - address in my signature):



    These are shot on my sizeable stock of outdated Kodak Polycontrast RC paper, processed in HC-110, scanned and reversed in computer.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Indian Shell Mound IV

    Korona / Deardorff 8x20, Schneider G-Claron 305mm f/9 (Dagor-type), Ilford HP5+ dev'd in HC-110 dil. H for 10 minutes:



    Actually shot this over a year ago but didn't develop it till now. Just kept putting it off and then forgot.
    What a fantastic image. I love the format.

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    Re: post your trees!

    I like the sense of time, Bill, that the blowing grass and tree branches gives your image. Sort of a natural soft-focus lens created temporally rather than optically. Nicely composed and balanced.
    "Landscapes exist in the material world yet soar in the realms of the spirit..." Tsung Ping, 5th Century China

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by MultiFormat Shooter View Post
    They definitely create an interesting texture and repeating pattern. I think the shadows from the other trees help accentuate that texture. What about the scene changed, since you had scouted it?
    I actually saw it from the other direction. I got there at the same time of day but it just didn't look the same. I don't know if it was because it had rained the night before and the day I saw it it was dry.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Hi Vaughn,

    Thanks, it was very windy that day so I thought I should try to enhance it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
    I like the sense of time, Bill, that the blowing grass and tree branches gives your image. Sort of a natural soft-focus lens created temporally rather than optically. Nicely composed and balanced.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Thanks Simon. It's a fun format, even if the camera is huge and cumbersome. Need to do another batch of 8x20 contact prints...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Plume View Post
    Like it Graham, really like it, post #6388

    regards

    Andrew
    Thanks Andrew. I hit and miss with Portra 400, but when I hit there's something I really like about the way the film reproduces the scene. I guess the scenery and light at that time helped!!!

    Graham

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