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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    Intrepid 4x5, Nikkor 90mm f/8, Portra 400

    Really nice colours and so not what I'm used to seeing this film used for. A little bit psychedelic even with that distorted perspective.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Clip, a hill in the Rhinogs range, part of Snowdonia National Park, Wales, UK. Seen from the a path known as the Roman Steps on a wintery day in February 2020. A week before the UK went into lockdown. Damn lovely part of the world and can't wait to return.

    Chamonix 045N-2, Rodenstock 135mm f5.6@f16 and 1/3, 1/2s, Kodak Ektar 100, 81A warm-up filter. Epson V700 scan, colourperfect and lightroom processing.

    Clip by Graham Meek, on Flickr

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Thanks Alex!

    giganova, I like that second one. If you don't mind me saying so, it does seem heavily underexposed though.

    A sheet from yesterday - at the base of Bearden Falls. This is a lesser-known waterfall that is somewhat difficult to get to. I'll have to return in the fall/winter when there's less growth to see the top better.

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    is somewhat difficult to get to
    Ha, definitely like a square crop from the top--Wehman ought to work just fine.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    LOL, well the last part of the trail up to the falls you can see in the trees is about an 80-90% grade, so not sure about that one.

    Since I've been trying to make larger enlargements for festivals, 4x5 is my go-to format, since I can only do 8x10 contact prints until I finally get that enlarger built. But I don't have room for it at the moment.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    ROC Improved Petzval Lake Tree by rrunnertexas, on Flickr

    Rochester Improved model 5 x 8 camera with a Petzval lens, Arista EDU 100 - at the lake.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    giganova, I like that second one. If you don't mind me saying so, it does seem heavily underexposed though.
    The negative is fine, it's my endless frustration with Photoshop: looks perfect in Photoshop (16-bit monochrome TIF file), but when I export it, it is 2-stops too dark. Exporting to web with embedded color profile doesn't help. Heck, even when I open the TIF file (which looks perfect in Photoshop) with the Finder, it looks way too dark.

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    Use sRGB and you'll be a lot less frustrated. Unless you have a meticulous understanding of your color workflow, any other color space is a waste of your time.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Two more from the same wintery trip to Snowdonia National Park, Wales, UK, this February.

    1) Rhinog Fach from Foel Wen: a day that threatened snow all day but never actually delivered the white stuff, but only lovely winter light and snowy tops.

    Chamonix 045N-2, Rodenstock 135mm f5.6@f32, 1/4s, Fuji Provia 100F, 1.5 stop hard ND graduated filter. Epson V700 scan, lightroom/capture nx processing.

    Rhinog Fach from Foel Wen by Graham Meek, on Flickr

    2) Sunset detail, Llandanwg Beach: Taken just as the sun set out to sea on a lovely winter's day.

    Chamonix 045N-2, Nikon 300mmf9@f16 and 1/3, 2s, Fuji Velvia 50, no filters. Epson V700 scan and lightroom/capture nx2 processing.

    Sunset, Llandanwg Beach by Graham Meek, on Flickr

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