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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Quote Originally Posted by esearing View Post
    I like this too - try burning or dodging in the area just behind the rocks so that their edges stand out a bit more.
    Thanks, I'll have to give it a try.

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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

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    Another of High Force - but this time from the Pennine Way.

    5x4 + HP5 + ID11(1+1)
    MG Cooltone RC + MG Dev

    sorry about the weird colour casts on the print - the original print isn't like that at all.

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    Low Force in Teesdale, UK - a couple of miles down stream from High Force

    5x4 + 210mm lens + Yellow filter
    HP5 + ID11(1+1) @ 7 stops
    MG Cooltone RC + MG Dev


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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Beasley View Post
    Thats has a vintage feel to it. I like the depth the soft focus lens gave the image.
    Thanks Gary. I finally got to the other sheet I shot, with the lens at f/5.6 instead. I like the full soft-focus look in this image instead of the more vintage but still relatively sharp image posted before. This soft-focus look is what I was going for, as a personal reflection on Yosemite and the romanticized vision I had of the park taken from viewing the many famous photographs taken by Adams and others. It was exhilarating to visit the park and see/experience these famous places and reflect on this landscape, especially in comparison to our landscape here in GA.

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    Boulder falls, Boulder, Colorado

    Intrepid 5x7 + Fujinon 150mm + Tmax 100 + Rodinal 1:50
    Accidentally overexposed by 3 stops, then 'tepidly' underdeveloped.


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    Looking Glass Falls NC 11x14 silver gelatin print.
    Toyo 45II Trix320 processed In Pyrocat-hd


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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

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    Low Force on the River Tees

    5x4 + 210mm lens + Yellow filter
    HP5 + ID11(1+1) @ 7 stops
    MG Cooltone RC + MG Dev


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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Cuyahoga Falls 8x10 HP5 PMK 240 Symmar Ektalure R by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Late 1980s Cuyahoga Falls 8x10 Sinar Norma 240 Symmar HP5 (not +) PMK+ Ektalure 8x10 print Ektanol Print Developer. Using a lot of tilt correction. Focus on the far, then tilt until the near is sharp.
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    Rocky Mountain National Park Waterfall 1992 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    I remember it was a bit of a balancing act. 4x5 Sinar Norma, 90mm F8 Norma Super Angulon, HP5 (not +) D76 1:1 dev, Yellow filter. 8x10 fibre print on silk surface paper (what I had a lot of back then) Dektol developer. Omega DII with Omegalite, 180mm black Rodagon
    Last edited by Daniel Unkefer; 9-Aug-2022 at 06:22.
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    Rocky Mtn Park 1992 4x5 Norma 90 f8 SA HP5 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    The stream was ice cold. I balanced on a slippery wet log to set up 4x5 Norma with 90mm Norma SA lens. Dropped a film holder into the stream, almost ended up in the stream myself. HP5 D76 1:1. Had to throw the film holder away, drat.
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