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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    That’s a great start. So glad to see young photographers enjoying large format film.

    Looking forward to seeing more.

    Bob

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Sunrise starting, Toroweep Grand Canyon North September 2019. 4x5 Portra160, 75mm Nikkor @f/32. Scanned on Howtek HiRes8000.



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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    Rescan using HowtekHiResolve8000 of Toroweep Grand Canyon at Sunrise last year. Portrait160 scanned as Extachrome100 converted with Colorneg and processed with PS. Same image but independent processing. V850 was cropped. The Howtek is uncropped. V850 was also converted with Colorneg and processed in PS.

    Howtek Scan


    Epson V850 scan
    Nice scans and shot. They're pretty close at least in Flickr. It's hard to tell resolution quality and sharpness differences since both are reduced. The sun is blooming in V850. Wonder what causes that? The reds are deeper with the Howtek. There's a magenta cast in the shade with the V850. That could be adjusted out in post. For the web, probably both are acceptable. I wonder how prints compare?

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    Steve: PS. The V850 cropped the picture especially at the top. There's big vignetting with the Howtek at the top. Is that because of no center filter or caused by the scanner? The blue gradient in the sky of the V850 look better, although the gradient might be caused by the magenta cast. I'd like to see the V850 again with the blue cast taken out. It's suppressing the reds in the rocks on the left as well now that I look closer. The whole picture has that blue cast.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Merg Ross View Post
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    Mono Lake, CA

    4x5 FP4+/270mm G-Claron
    Awesome!!!

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    [QUOTE=Alan Klein;1570641]Steve: PS. The V850 cropped the picture especially at the top. There's big vignetting with the Howtek at the top. Is that because of no center filter or caused by the scanner? The blue gradient in the sky of the V850 look better, although the gradient might be caused by the magenta cast. I'd like to see the V850 again with the blue cast taken out. It's suppressing the reds in the rocks on the left as well now that I look closer. The whole picture has that blue cast.[/QUOTE
    I cropped the one from V850. Thing netting is from no center filter. The Epson scan I cannot go back and redo without rescanning as the file went missing. These are done about a year apart and without referencing the V850.

    The blue cast/haze is from the scene itself and so how much or little one keeps depends on intent. One thing I have noticed over the years is that we see a scene it looks one way. When you take the picture, it reveals stuff you couldn't see and that has to be dealt with.

    Both scans are positive and inverted in PS. My inversion of V850 was different for sure as was the processing.

    Yes there are differences as you have pointed out. I personally prefer the Howtek, not from being done on Howtek, I like the colors, etc better.

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    I prefer this vertical version over the previous one.
    Photograph made using the Voigtlander Petzval lens on my old B&J Watson 5x7 camera. Exposure was done manually - approx 1/2 second exposure on expired FP4, processed in PMK Pyro.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post


    I prefer this vertical version over the previous one.
    Photograph made using the Voigtlander Petzval lens on my old B&J Watson 5x7 camera. Exposure was done manually - approx 1/2 second exposure on expired FP4, processed in PMK Pyro.
    Well done.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Roberts View Post
    Awesome!!!
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    Thank you Michael, and Randy earlier.

    This was made after an aborted morning effort to photograph in the Alabama Hills outside of Lone Pine. Lightning was striking too close for comfort, so I headed north on 395 and was rewarded with this clearing storm over Mono Lake. With my back to the Sierra Nevada Range, I waited for the setting sun to leave the foreground in shadow. Randy, this makes a very nice 16x20 print.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Linhof Technikardan S45, Schneider-Kreuznach Apo-Symmar L 5.6/150, Heliopan CPL, Lee Orange 21, Delta 100, Ilfotec DD-X


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