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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by otto.f View Post
    Great ndeed! Especially the first one
    Thank you! First one is waitin darkroom time.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Here's a tree at greater than 1:2 – the bark of a ponderosa pine.

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    Tachi 4x5
    Schneider 150mm/9 g-claron
    2 sec. @ f/32 for DOF
    Ilford HP5+ (in Kodak HC-110)
    Epson 4990/Epson Scan

    I added more than a stop for compensation. This tiny-and-light lens makes macro work easier, though I don’t remember this shot being too difficult – the subject didn't move and was at a normal tripod height. Quite convenient.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by 4erepazzi View Post
    This week trekking
    Intrepid 4x5, G-Claron 270, Foma200, PyrocatHD
    Trees by Vladimir Borisov, on Flickr

    Intrepid 4x5, 120 Apo-Symmar, Foma200, PyrocatHD
    Alone by Vladimir Borisov, on Flickr
    Very nice images!

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Heroique View Post
    Here's a tree at greater than 1:2 – the bark of a ponderosa pine.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Ponderosa bark.jpg 
Views:	64 
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ID:	213458

    Tachi 4x5
    Schneider 150mm/9 g-claron
    2 sec. @ f/32 for DOF
    Ilford HP5+ (in Kodak HC-110)
    Epson 4990/Epson Scan

    I added more than a stop for compensation. This tiny-and-light lens makes macro work easier, though I don’t remember this shot being too difficult – the subject didn't move and was at a normal tripod height. Quite convenient.
    That's very nice. Thanks for posting.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by David Schaller View Post
    That's very nice. Thanks for posting.
    Thanks David. I often find Ponderosas on the dry, eastern slopes of the Cascade mountains. Often they lean slightly – I’m not quite sure why. The painterly quality of mature ponderosa bark is also great for color film. In the image above, the contrast differences are mostly due to dark maroons + brighter touches of orange, yellow. And the vertical black bands offer a pleasing, rhythmic balance. A tree easy to love.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Linhof Technikardan S45, Schneider-Kreuznach Apo-Symmar L 5.6/210, Lee 81A, Velvia 50.


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    Linhof Technikardan S45, Schneider-Kreuznach Apo-Symmar L 5.6/210, Portra 160.


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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    Linhof Technikardan S45, Schneider-Kreuznach Apo-Symmar L 5.6/210, Lee 81A, Velvia 50.
    Gabe, the texture and colors are quite nice. This reminds me of a Pacific Northwest scene. For I know and love that green! Usually on the bark of Redwoods, Red Cedars, and Sawara Cypresses. I’ve captured the green on b/w film, thanks to the contrast, but never in color. Thanks for the nice close-up.

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Heroique View Post
    Gabe, the texture and colors are quite nice. This reminds me of a Pacific Northwest scene. For I know and love that green! Usually on the bark of Redwoods, Red Cedars, and Sawara Cypresses. I’ve captured the green on b/w film, thanks to the contrast, but never in color. Thanks for the nice close-up.
    Thanks. My botany knowledge is pretty abysmal, but I think the tree in question is indeed a Red Cedar of some description.

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    Re: post your trees!

    I added more than a stop for compensation. This tiny-and-light lens makes macro work easier, though I don’t remember this shot being too difficult – the subject didn't move and was at a normal tripod height. Quite convenient.[/QUOTE]

    Very nice work --even if you didn't have t work very hard.
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