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Thread: Large Format Landscapes

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    . . Friend, Oregon
    . . Friend, Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr. . Neg # RAnc 112. 4x5 Tachihara, 135mm, O2 filter, Kodak film, 1983

    More empty places here... https://www.flickr.com/photos/154287...57690651303644

    Reinhold

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Stumphouse Tunnel
    Sumter National Forest - near Walhalla, SC
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    Sadly this is way underexposed. I actually made a photo that was probably perfect, but for the second time ever my Grafmatic jammed and ruined that shot. This was my second attempt - but I was impatient and didn't give it as much time. The first time I did a 45 minute exposure. This was only 15 minutes. Will have to try again.
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    Mt. Yonah near Helen, GA - as seen from Buck Shoals WMA, 7 miles away

    Linhof Master Technika 4x5, 150mm f/5.6 APO Symmar, T-Max 100 dev'd in Pyrocat 1:1:100

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Corran, the tunnel is perfect as it is.

    Here's more woodsy trail. Where does this go? Why do I keep doing this? Unfortunately for the thread there's more of this planned.

    [IMG]9-9N4ALFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Reinhold Schable View Post
    . . Friend, Oregon
    . . Friend, Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr. . Neg # RAnc 112. 4x5 Tachihara, 135mm, O2 filter, Kodak film, 1983

    More empty places here... https://www.flickr.com/photos/154287...57690651303644

    Reinhold
    Brilliant! Luminous tonality across the entire image!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I really enjoy photographing along the shores of Lake Ontario - and I'm finally getting brave enough in my LF adventures to try out front tilt (seems way more important on 5x7 than it was on 4x5).

    Paper negative inverted in Photoshop.


    Rocky shore on a windy day by Don Kittle, on Flickr

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Wow, there are some great shots in this thread...

    Quote Originally Posted by donkittle View Post
    Don, that's a very fine looking paper neg, the crisp rocks and blurry trees make a great contrast. I checked your Flickr page for some more detail and see that you developed it in a 1:19 solution, and for just 45 seconds. I'm intrigued - do you develop all your paper negs in this way? And do you pre-flash?

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I actually like using ID-11, diluting the stock 1+1 for around 2 minutes but I find I need to mix the ID-11 and use right away and I find it hard to dissolve. My next tests will be with Rodinal at 1:100, 1:150 and 1:200 so see if I get better consistency. I find that I get a lot of “chemical clouding” especially in bright areas of the exposure when I develop with Ilford’s paper developer. The clouding is worse if I agitate at all.

    I used to pre-flash, but some exposures I’d like to come out more contrasty so I don’t pre-flash any more. Instead, if the scene is high contrast, I use a Lee #12 filter and it tames the contrast great!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by donkittle View Post
    I actually like using ID-11, diluting the stock 1+1 for around 2 minutes but I find I need to mix the ID-11 and use right away and I find it hard to dissolve. My next tests will be with Rodinal at 1:100, 1:150 and 1:200 so see if I get better consistency. I find that I get a lot of “chemical clouding” especially in bright areas of the exposure when I develop with Ilford’s paper developer. The clouding is worse if I agitate at all.

    I used to pre-flash, but some exposures I’d like to come out more contrasty so I don’t pre-flash any more. Instead, if the scene is high contrast, I use a Lee #12 filter and it tames the contrast great!
    Try using hc110 or ilford equivalent
    You will get more repeatable results

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