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    Re: Photographs of Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Schroeder View Post
    I posted this somewhere else but its one of my favorite window pictures.

    Outstanding, Scott. Beautifully composed and wonderful mood to it. What are the techs on it?

    BTW, your roller base is still going strong. Thanks again for that.

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    Re: Photographs of Windows

    Thanks y'all. It was a gloomy day and I was watching my girlfriend's daughter. I love the light I get from this window in the afternoon. I just updated my avatar that has a photo I took with light from it.

    Anyway, I set the camera up and she wanted to smile but I said that wouldn't work 'right' ;-)
    This is a 5X7 wet plate. I originally took a whole plate but there just wasn't enough light for any detail in the shadows. So I grabbed a 5X7 plate,poured, sensitized and made this one. It's cool how you can 'crop' like that...

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    Oh and glad the base is still doing well. I'm getting antsy to shot some film again. Wish I wouldn't have sold off all my development stuff but that's how it goes.

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    Re: Photographs of Windows


    Carrer del Berlinès, Barcelona
    by Pau Martín, on Flickr

    Reviving this old thread.

    Palladium print from a 8x10 negative on gampi paper. The lens was a Fujinon A 300,
    on Foma 200, rated at 100. Developed in tray with 510-pyro.
    Best,
    Pau

    Some pictures in Flickr.

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    Re: Photographs of Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by pau3 View Post

    Carrer del Berlinès, Barcelona
    by Pau Martín, on Flickr

    Reviving this old thread.




    Beautiful!

    Palladium print from a 8x10 negative on gampi paper. The lens was a Fujinon A 300,
    on Foma 200, rated at 100. Developed in tray with 510-pyro.

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    Re: Photographs of Windows

    Thank you, Ben.
    Best,
    Pau

    Some pictures in Flickr.

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    Re: Photographs of Windows

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    Window, Bodie, CA

    8x10 Plus-X

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    Re: Photographs of Windows

    Lovely Merg. Love everything about that pic - beautiful tonality and many subjects within the main subject.

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    Re: Photographs of Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck S. View Post

    Shop in Woodbury, Connecticut. Old 4x5 Ektachrome (late 70's or early 80's). No code number on film edge, so can't say exactly which (one sharp V notch and one wide round cornered notch, so probably Ektachrome 64 Pro). Horseman L; Nikkor 150W. Exposure not recorded, but obviously late afternoon.

    Scanned with Epson V750 Pro, glassless film holder. Minimal post processing. Some spotting, and cooled off the late PM light just a bit. And yes, it really was that red.

    No special storage for 'chromes. They've been in PrintFile pages, in 3-ring binders, in boxes, downstairs in a cool, dry closet at 8500' in Colorado for the past 25-30 years. Pretty good conditions, I guess.
    Very nice Chuck, my favorite is the second one also.
    --- Steve from Missouri ---

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    Re: Photographs of Windows

    Merg Ross

    Window, Bodie, CA

    8x10 Plus-X[/QUOTE]

    Great photo Merg. The aged and weathered wood tones are captured perfectly.

    Best regards,
    Pat

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