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    Re: post your trees!

    First scan on an 828 Flextight to Lightroom for re-sizing. Tri-X, HC110B, Wisner 4x5 in Colorado. Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: post your trees!

    FP4 4x5 in Rodinal, 150mm
    Edsby 1 by Simon Maddock, on Flickr

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    Re: post your trees!

    Very fine, Simon.
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    Not a particularly beautiful tree by any mean, but hey, the title did say "post *your* trees", and this one is ours! It's a ~70 years old silver maple from our backyard and it unfortunately has to be cut down in the coming weeks so I wanted to immortalize it on large format before it happened!

    Taken with my Omega View 45F, Wollensack raptar 135mm lens, on FPP Frankenstein iso 200 (i.e. Foma 200?) developed in HC-110 dilution B for ~4.5 minutes.


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    Wonderful job with the exposure and development, but check those corners before releasing the shutter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by h2oman View Post
    Wonderful job with the exposure and development, but check those corners before releasing the shutter!
    Gah... good call I hadn't even noticed it. To my defense, this is only my 3rd exposure with a large format camera (total that is! I just bought my first ever LF camera ) and there's so many things to think about before making a shot hahah! Thanks for the comment, appreciated!
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    "Shattered Stump"
    Phone scan of 8x10 negative. Shot with Seneca Improved View and Dallmeyer Rapid Rectilinear. Homemade Waterhouse stop with diamond-shaped aperture (check those out-of-focus highlights). 9 seconds exposure on Catlabs X-Film 80. Developed in Legacypro L110. Hey, finally a shot on the X-Film that doesn't have serious emulsion flaws! Think I'll stick with the L110 with this film, the two seem to play well together. Developed in the Stearman Press SP-8x10+ daylight tray (diggin' it).
    Looking forward to printing this one.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by jeannicolas View Post
    Not a particularly beautiful tree by any mean, but hey, the title did say "post *your* trees", and this one is ours! It's a ~70 years old silver maple from our backyard and it unfortunately has to be cut down in the coming weeks so I wanted to immortalize it on large format before it happened!

    Taken with my Omega View 45F, Wollensack raptar 135mm lens, on FPP Frankenstein iso 200 (i.e. Foma 200?) developed in HC-110 dilution B for ~4.5 minutes.

    Another great way to immortalize a tree is to use the wood to make a keepsake item like furniture, woodturned bowls, carved pieces of artwork. Maybe even have a frame made from it for the picture.

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    Kodak Tri-X 4x5 film expired in 2008.

    Oak tree branches by Jingmin Zhou, on Flickr

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    Re: post your trees!

    Love it

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