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    White flowers by Peter Brooks

    Canham 5x7, paper neg - Ilford Multigrade IV glossy, pre-flashed. Scanned and inverted in PS.

    An experiment - Nikkor-M 300mm f9 (at f9) + battered old Hasselblad Softar II. Thirty second exposure.

    I thought the Softar would be quite mild, will have to try the Softar I out

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    2 new ones from yesterday. But the lens is very unusual. Schneider Symmar. Yup. I had a 210 Symmar S MC with front light going all to pieces. So I took the front doublet out, took the rear lens off, and what is left is a 11" - ish meniscus that you can simply watch the glow coming off the highlights and adjust for the amount you want with aperture. It works better stopped down a little. So, if you can't afford a Kalosat or a Struss, use your Symmar!
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    Like!
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    I would appreciate more Galli images with contemporary automobiles in the background.
    Contrast is useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jac@stafford.net View Post
    I would appreciate more Galli images with contemporary automobiles in the background.
    Contrast is useful.
    Jac, the '38 Ford is incredibly modern for me. Compared to those 2 stupid Model A's. Roll up windows! Soft comfy seat. And smoooooooooooooooth V8 power. Wish it was a '39. Then I could add hydraulic brakes to the list. But if wishes were horses . . .

    Couple more pics done with the Symmar. Anyone want to give me a lot of money for that lens??
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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    From a meniscus lens bought from Mr. Gali years ago. Thought I would throw a little color into the thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Becia View Post
    From a meniscus lens bought from Mr. Gali years ago. Thought I would throw a little color into the thread.
    Wow, How pretty is that!

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    I'll admit to being, perhaps, the Slow One in the group. But if you haven't already seen them, Guttenburg.org has three electronic books from 1920 to 1922 that were originally produced by Clarence H. White. At the end of the books are advertisements for various soft focus lenses. It's interesting, to me at least, to have a look at what kinds of lenses were trying to be sold to pictorialists of the time.
    - The best camera in the world is nothing without an artist operating it
    - The sharpest lens I own is a tripod
    - The best lens I own is whichever one is on the camera

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Mark Perez View Post
    I'll admit to being, perhaps, the Slow One in the group. But if you haven't already seen them, Guttenburg.org has three electronic books from 1920 to 1922 that were originally produced by Clarence H. White. At the end of the books are advertisements for various soft focus lenses. It's interesting, to me at least, to have a look at what kinds of lenses were trying to be sold to pictorialists of the time.
    Thank You! I love that work. Clarence White and his school produced some very lovely things.

    Couple of new ones this evening.


    porcelain coffee pot


    ives locy on the IC bridge

    These are done with the front light out of a CineTel telephoto cine lens. Lens was 300mm but front light by itself is about 16" I believe. The front group is a fine achromatic meniscus doublet. It's film days (35mm film) were over. So re-purposed as a soft focus lens.

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    Bamboo


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