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  1. #6581

    Re: post your trees!

    And a variation on the 2020 Trees theme I'm compiling:

    Photograph made using the Voigtlander Petzval lens on my old B&J Watson 5x7 camera. Exposure was done manually by taking the lens cap off and back on: approx 1/2 second exposure on expired FP4 (2008), processed in PMK Pyro.

  2. #6582

    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    Excellent shot. The water must have been remarkably calm to give such clean reflections at that exposure time.
    The Marys River is still at its seasonal low flow, so things move quite slowly in the river these days. So yes, the water was quite still when I made this photograph. Glad you like it, thanks!

  3. #6583

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    Re: post your trees!



    Ilford FP4+ (not expired)
    Sheet film 4x5"
    Adox FX-39 II developer
    125mm f/5.6

  4. #6584

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post
    And a variation on the 2020 Trees theme I'm compiling.
    Excellent work--this one and Voigtlander #2 are my favorites so far...very much like the "quartering" approach, and the dappled light in the center of the frame is special indeed.

  5. #6585

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    Quote Originally Posted by arri View Post
    This is one I'll be studying a while--very impressive how you find a bit of order in an otherwise busy scene!

  6. #6586

    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by CreationBear View Post
    Excellent work--this one and Voigtlander #2 are my favorites so far...very much like the "quartering" approach, and the dappled light in the center of the frame is special indeed.
    Thank you very much. Its a bit atypical for me to present an image with such soft contrast as this, but I like the evocative nature of the result.

  7. #6587

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post
    with such soft contrast
    I could imagine the upper midtones at the center of the frame having almost a lacquered look in a print, (which would definitely work for me.) At any rate, I admire your ability to navigate over that kind of substrate--I've had some, ah, immersive experiences plonking around cut banks over the years.

  8. #6588

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    Re: post your trees!

    This is a test of a Rodenstock Ysarex 127mm f/4.7 out of a Polaroid Pathfinder 110A camera
    It is a moderate wideangle at 4x5".
    Here I have to tilt the camera front and in the upper edges a reduced sharpness is visible.
    A good usable lens for very small money.

    Ilford HP5+ 4x5" sheet film, developed in Adox FX-39 II.


  9. #6589

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    Re: post your trees!


    Twins by unityofsaints, on Flickr

    HP5+
    Tachihara 8x10
    Fujinon W 250 6.7
    contact print on Foma FB multigrade

    Still working out the digital workflow for these, the print looks very different indeed.
    Last edited by unityofsaints; 5-Oct-2020 at 05:03.

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    Highway Arbor along Interstate 80, Pennsylvania (September 2020)


    Rodenstock Sironar W 210, 8x10 Ektar

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