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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Beautiful image, Vaughn! I was recently thinking about something similar..
    Website of sorts, as well as flickr thing.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by andreios View Post
    Beautiful image, Vaughn! I was recently thinking about something similar..
    What I could have done is to have the camera back so I feed the film holder in from the right for the right image, then turn the back 180 degrees and feed the film holder in from the left for the left image. That would put the end of the films with the notches on either end of the panorama...sort of balanced, if one includes the rebate.

    My GG has no lines or grid pattern, and it has cut corners -- neither situation especially advantageous for lining up two halves of a two-part panorama. But I was willing to be a little loose with that. I have two sets of negatives -- this set I trimmed the rebate off the notched end of the left image -- along with just a touch of the image. I do not think I would have had the guts to trim the neg if I did not have another set...but if I am going to crop, I go for it all the way! I am not done printing it yet...still some fun to have with it.
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Started as an 18x24 cm paper negative...
    Large Goniochromatype (ca 40x47cm)
    Mother of pearl paint mixed with a little coffee as backing
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Self portrait,
    Old passion, traditional process !!!
    Large format Pin-hole shot followed by cyanotype print.
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Fun image/print, Miguel!
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Interesting.
    Thanks,

    Gabriel

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    Yes, interesting, amazing. Sometimes unpredictable !
    Fast lens, 160mm f:2 over 13x18cm negative film.
    Cyanotype print.
    Enjoy it!
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Leaves... Ware's New Cyano on Hahnemuhle Platinum Rag...


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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Here is a long boring video on how I separate film for tri colour gum over palladium. https://youtu.be/SUpwmox4fC8

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Bob, thanks for posting that. I always like to see other methods of work. I was especially interested in the process you use for creating the Pd neg, I like your logical approach. And though I've done this many times, I didn't find the video boring at all. Very well done!

    Thanks,
    Denny

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