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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post
    Spectacular, both. And Timeshare, a nice image with tones that make us think of illustrations from a century ago. I'm humbled and honored to have my name associated with this thread.

    Today was my last day at work, I'm officially retired. So no excuses for me, I need to get busy on some images.
    Thank you Jim and congrats on your retirement !

    In celebration, here is an image from a Antique 4X5 Achromatic Meniscus Lens in modern Copal Shutter I purchased from you a few years ago. Mounted to a 4x5 ShenHao.

    In a Dream by Time Share, on Flickr

    Antique 4X5 Achromatic Meniscus Lens in modern Copal Shutter by Time Share, on Flickr

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Thanks for all the lovely well wishes. I'm inspired. Maybe tomorrow after I fix the dishwasher . . .

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Nice work Time Share!

    No old Fords or dusty roads here...

    Soft focus and snow and a quiet time in the woods.


    img005 by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr


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    Re: post "in Galli style"


    Just a study in light with a much under-used, under-rated Ilex Paragon. A 10" with the diffusion front adjustment. Doesn't get much smoother than this.

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    Re: post "in Galli style"


    prr torpedo

    Who else would waste a sheet of 8X10 film on this?

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Exquisite, Jim!
    "I love my Verito lens, but I always have to sharpen everything in Photoshop..."

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    That is a fun shot, certainly not a waste! Post more please!

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post

    prr torpedo

    Who else would waste a sheet of 8X10 film on this?
    Now, that is really nice!

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    I've just caught up with 3 years' worth of scanning, and I took the time to spot an image to make sure everything was ok. I realize I haven't posted any images here in quite some time, I have started experimenting with soft focus after seeing the images in this thread among others. The following image was with a 14.5" Verito, on a new-to-me Gundlach Korona (since my ROC Universal couldn't fit the Verito), using the rear element only, a home-made bed extension, and Galli shutter. I thought there might be some motion blur when I first scanned, but when I did the spotting I saw that there was not, there's quite a lot of detail in the leaves in the shadows. After shooting this, I got myself a sturdier camera (B&J) and changed my tripod head. Shot on 8x10 Agfa double-sided X-ray film.

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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Quote Originally Posted by Jody_S View Post
    I've just caught up with 3 years' worth of scanning, and I took the time to spot an image to make sure everything was ok. I realize I haven't posted any images here in quite some time, I have started experimenting with soft focus after seeing the images in this thread among others. The following image was with a 14.5" Verito, on a new-to-me Gundlach Korona (since my ROC Universal couldn't fit the Verito), using the rear element only, a home-made bed extension, and Galli shutter. I thought there might be some motion blur when I first scanned, but when I did the spotting I saw that there was not, there's quite a lot of detail in the leaves in the shadows. After shooting this, I got myself a sturdier camera (B&J) and changed my tripod head. Shot on 8x10 Agfa double-sided X-ray film.

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    Beautiful pastoral scene. You've captured a great sense of light.

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