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  1. #6801

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    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
    Great! The balance of light-dark across a panoramic is always a challenge to work with. The triangle of sky in the upper left is handled very well. I enjoy the way the skyline echoes the right portion of the foreground tree on the right. It is a very active composition.
    Thanks! Not sure at all about this composition myself.
    Just got my 4x10 back and I'm really struggling. It's a whole new way to think about composing. It's hard!
    You can not really do the usual low close foreground to background composition. There is just too much horizontal space to hold together.

    I think a slightly higher perspective with more middle ground generally can work better in panoramas. But as I said, I'm still struggling.

  2. #6802

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    Re: post your trees!

    Canham 5x7 Wood Field Camera, Fomapan 100, Sironar-N 180mm f/5.6, Caffenol-C-M

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  3. #6803

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    Re: post your trees!

    Contrasts.
    4x5, 210,mm, HP5

    Philip Ulanowsky

    Sine scientia ars nihil est. (Without science/knowledge, art is nothing.)
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/156933346@N07/

  4. #6804

    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulophot View Post
    Contrasts.
    4x5, 210,mm, HP5
    Excellent, in these parts it's often yellow trillium that you find nestled amongst the tree roots (probably as a result of ants moving last year's seeds.)

    Otherwise, I'm suspecting that DOF might have been a bugger here--anything special about your set-up?

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    Re: post your trees!

    Thanks, CreationBear. I had just gone into the yard, thinking to find a sign of Spring, perhaps to start a new thread with that title.

    I don't recall whether or not I added any swing to the slight tilt; I don't think so. I believe the aperture was f/32, determined by using the halfway point in-between near and far positions on the bed. I probably rated the film at 400, due to the low contrast. I developed for N+1 1/2, then adding a half grade of contrast in the enlarger.
    Philip Ulanowsky

    Sine scientia ars nihil est. (Without science/knowledge, art is nothing.)
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  6. #6806

    Re: post your trees!

    Wonderful, that's very helpful--I was definitely curious about how far you had to stop down.

  7. #6807

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    Re: post your trees!

    Sinar P 5x7, Fujinon W 210 f:5.6, F:32 1/8, #12 filter, HP5+, Sprint Standard developer
    0Y6A4155 by Robert Brewster, on Flickr

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    Re: post your trees!

    I really like these Reinold

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    Re: post your trees!

    First time pushing Bergger Pancro 400 to ISO 1600 with Microphen. Turned out pretty well.
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    Shot with my Cambo SC2, Schneider Super Angulon 90mm f/8. This was before I had my wide angle bellows and fresnel, so feels like a small miracle any of it is in focus. I like the vibe of the scene anyway. Danby State forest, south of Ithaca. I like taking photos there.

  10. #6810

    Re: post your trees!

    Quote Originally Posted by martiansea View Post
    Danby State forest, south of Ithaca. I like taking photos there.
    Excellent, that's a pretty part of the world--my wife and I spent a summer at Cornell a few years back and I had a great time yomping about (though mostly with a flyrod in my hand.) Some great "blue highways" there as well--back toward Watkins Glenn and the back way into Skaneateles through the cornfields come to mind.

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