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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by h2oman View Post
    The diminutive cloud is wonderful! You've been posting a very nice set of desert images. It does seem there is a little banding in the sky at the right edge of the image that maybe you can fix somehow.
    Thanks.
    The sky it’s probably scanner efekt. Not in negative

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Skiper75 View Post
    Thanks.
    The sky it’s probably scanner efekt. Not in negative
    NIce shot. About the banding. It could be you scan at too few dpi. What did you use? Also, when converting to a jpeg, setting the compression level too low can create banding.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Klein View Post
    NIce shot. About the banding. It could be you scan at too few dpi. What did you use? Also, when converting to a jpeg, setting the compression level too low can create banding.
    3200 and hig quality. I keep the same settings for all pic so probably scanner. But anyway I will take a look again. Thanks

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    In the fall of 1997 my wife and I visited Huron National Forest near Lake Huron. It was past-prime color, but the overlook had a great view of the Au Sable making its last bend before emptying into Lake Huron. The film was 4x5 Fujichrome 100, exposure now long lost. The camera was a Super Graphic, using a 100mm f/6.3 Wide Field Ektar. Imaged was scanned using an Epson V850, saved as a TIFF @ 4800dpi, and converted to JPEG in post-scan.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Skiper75 View Post
    Linhof Supertechnika
    Schneider Kreuznach Super Angulon 90/F5.6.
    Kodak Tmax100
    HC110 B

    Interesting is that the scene #16248 does it much much better with Tmax100 than this one. Subtlety is not the strongest trait of this film and this photo shows that, while this turned out so well in the scene from #16248. (I believe that film characteristics are much more important than exposure and developments techniques, although I do respect Adams’ zone system).

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Curecanti National Recreation Area, Cimarron, Colorado

    Toyo 45CF + Tmax 100 + Rodinal 1:50


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    Thank you for these wonderful memories! My favorite place on earth.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I agree...more pleasant as well

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Langham View Post
    I think having to set composition mechanically...with tripod and ground glass, over and over- make a huge difference. Plus, analog and LF run at a more human pace. I'm not sure we were built for the speed and chaos of modern life. Nobody seems to be thriving on it, IMHO.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Evening clouds, Ferndale, California, last month.

    Chamonix 45H-1
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    Y filter
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    HC110

    [IMG]Clouds over Bluff House by William Poole, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by kmallick View Post
    Curecanti National Recreation Area, Cimarron, Colorado
    Another great "graphic" landscape, though it seems you're kicking yourself for not having your 5x7 along. I think it's an image that would benefit from pretty ambitious editing/manipulation before a final print--for myself, I keep being drawn to that point jutting into the water...emphasizing that salient might be a good starting point.

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