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    Re: post your trees!

    Stunning work Paul.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post


    Photographed on Ilford FP4, processed in Xtol 1:1 for 7.5 minutes. The film was exposed at 50 ASA.
    Intrepid 8x10 used, with the Turner-Reich Gundlach 12" convertible lens at f32. Exposure was about 30 seconds.
    That Gundlach 12" convertible lens is pretty remarkable, given its age (100+ years I believe) and the fact that the shutter is broken (two blades have broken off and been removed) and there is about 1/8" of balsam separation at the edges of the front lens group. None of that matters! Still performing beautifully.
    Great image. That lens will continue to perform for another 100+ years. Reminds me of the old saying "If it ain't broke, why fix it"

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    Mt Evans Bristlecone Pine 8x10 contact print.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Kadillak View Post
    Mt Evans Bristlecone Pine 8x10 contact print.
    I really like the waviness of the widest root (upper left), like it's cascading down the rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heroique View Post
    I really like the waviness of the widest root (upper left), like it's cascading down the rocks.
    Thanks Heroique. Every time I go there I invariably see something different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old_Dick View Post
    Stunning work Paul.
    Thanks very much, I appreciate it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Kadillak View Post
    Great image. That lens will continue to perform for another 100+ years. Reminds me of the old saying "If it ain't broke, why fix it"
    Thanks, I've been enjoying your recent work as well. Beautiful stuff!
    And yes, with any luck that TR Gundlach Anastigmat will be of service to others, long after I'm gone. I'm amazed to see how much this lens is worth now, as it cost me only $85 in 2015!

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post


    Photographed on Ilford FP4, processed in Xtol 1:1 for 7.5 minutes. The film was exposed at 50 ASA.
    Intrepid 8x10 used, with the Turner-Reich Gundlach 12" convertible lens at f32. Exposure was about 30 seconds.
    That Gundlach 12" convertible lens is pretty remarkable, given its age (100+ years I believe) and the fact that the shutter is broken (two blades have broken off and been removed) and there is about 1/8" of balsam separation at the edges of the front lens group. None of that matters! Still performing beautifully.
    Beautiful detail and tones
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Earley View Post
    Beautiful detail and tones
    Thank you John, glad you appreciate this.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Hello everybody. Im so glad to be part of this TRULLY AMAZING forum. I have been reading day and night for some time now, learning and sucking information in.
    This is my first every post here -

    My 5x7 Stenopeika camera is the only I own at the moment.

    Photo taken in the forest outside my house in the outskirts of Oslo, Norway.
    June 2021 -

    x-ray film ( iso 50) - developed under inspection with Rodinal-

    LENS:LOMO Industar 11-M 450mm f/9 - the aperture blades got stuck and then one got ruined. I got the lens super cheap, so I took them all away. In this case, I used the Industar elements on another lens body, (CITY,SALE AND EXCHANGE-"SALEX" LENS) which is almost double as long, just to experiment. I really enjoyed the softness.

    Thanks again, and I hope you all enjoy. I always welcome ideas, constructive criticism and recommendations-

    A great weekend to all!!!
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    agustin.gd, looks like you figured out the perfect lens / subject combination - keep sharing, and welcome to the forum.
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/52893762/bigger4b.jpg

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