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Thread: Large Format Landscapes

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I live in Klamath falls, OR, and when my parents were alive, they were in Casper, WY. If you look for the route between them on a road atlas, you'll see that I've driven through my share of that kind of country!

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by afxstudio View Post
    I think they work nicely as a diptych.
    Sure! Very nice project and obviously well thought out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by otto.f View Post
    Sure! Very nice project and obviously well thought out!
    Thanks! Very much appreciated.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by afxstudio View Post
    Thanks to all those who appreciated my last post and returned a feedback. I'm sorry I couldn't reply as I was on vacation.

    These are the first two from my vacation I developed in Rodinal 1+25, I think they work nicely as a diptych.

    I like these a lot, and I think you are right, they work together as a pair, I think it's the contrast between the detail on the right and the lack of it on the left that makes that work.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by jemery View Post
    i took this photograph in badlands national park, south dakota in july 2020.

    I was hiking in the back country early in the evening and the light cast though passing storms to the south was gorgeous on the rock formations along the path. I was still using my first camera, an intrepid 4x5 mark iii, and i set up to try to capture the good light. After using various lenses—90mm, 150mm, 210mm—i settled on this composition with my 210mm nikkor lens and an orange filter.

    This image was developed in ecopro and printed using liquidol on ilford glossy fiber paper 8x10.

    wow!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by _tf_ View Post
    I like these a lot, and I think you are right, they work together as a pair, I think it's the contrast between the detail on the right and the lack of it on the left that makes that work.
    Thank you! I'm always worried I don't see what others see in my images, as a sort of cognitive dissonance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jemery View Post
    I took this photograph in Badlands National Park, South Dakota in July 2020.

    I was hiking in the back country early in the evening and the light cast though passing storms to the south was gorgeous on the rock formations along the path. I was still using my first camera, an Intrepid 4x5 Mark III, and I set up to try to capture the good light. After using various lenses—90mm, 150mm, 210mm—I settled on this composition with my 210mm Nikkor lens and an orange filter.

    This image was developed in Ecopro and printed using Liquidol on Ilford glossy fiber paper 8x10.

    Love this one, reminds me of Wild West's early photographs 150 years ago.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by afxstudio View Post
    Thanks to all those who appreciated my last post and returned a feedback. I'm sorry I couldn't reply as I was on vacation.
    I brought my 45F2 to Canary Islands and did some shooting. I started working with Rollei RPX 25 some time ago and it's a pretty good film with huge dynamic range and great QC, also invisible grain. But having a film base 100 microns thick makes it hell to develop in a standard jobo reel, so most likely I won't be shooting it anymore.
    These are the first two from my vacation I developed in Rodinal 1+25, I think they work nicely as a diptych.

    I prefer the second one myself

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by kmallick View Post
    Boulder flatirons, Colorado

    Vist 8x10 + G-Claron 305 + Foma 200 + Rodinal, image cropped

    Very nice

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    The day after storm Arwen, still quite windy (20mph or so), so the image I recced earlier in the week was not possible, but I found a tiny spot on the Leathad an Lochain ridge that was in a lee, almost completely still; this pretty much limited my view to this. Weather was very changeable with heavy snow and hail showers and low cloud obscuring the top half of the view, with only brief moments of sunshine in between. The big challenge was to get a gap in the cloud in front of Quinag at the same time as a gap in front of the sun. This happened for only a couple of very brief moments in the course of about two hours spent here, before the weather deteriorated again and I had to retreat. But I am happy with how this image came out, looking forward to printing it.

    Intrepid, S-K Symmar 210/5.6, yellow filter, f/22 @ 1/5s on Fomapan 100, developed in PyrocatHD 1+1+100 for 12min. Curve adjustment and a 'graduated filter' in C1.

    [The banding most visible on the left is a broken LED light on my V850 scanner, seems trying to get an Epson scanner repaired in the UK is difficult.]

    Badnaban by tthef, on Flickr

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