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    Re: soft focus landscape

    Hugo and Mark, thank you.

    I hope to have the new website updated soon. So far I only have my collodion work, but will be adding my gum and platinum work as I have time.

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    Re: soft focus landscape

    here is one i did today with my fujinon 180 sf, looking down my driveway
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    Re: soft focus landscape

    Garrett, beautiful image!

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    the road is washed out
    it goes past the creek and the cove to the bay
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    Re: soft focus landscape

    OK, let me add two more tree photos to this thread. I'm still experimenting with Eidoscope and these are result of the experiment. I quite like how this objective renders background grass and shrubs.

    Marko

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    Re: soft focus landscape

    Jemez Canyon, New Mexico; near the Gillman Tunnels. Preflashed grade 2 paper negative, 8"x10" format box camera, 275mm meniscus lens stopped down to F/90, 4 second exposure.

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    Re: soft focus landscape

    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Trebusak View Post
    OK, let me add two more tree photos to this thread. I'm still experimenting with Eidoscope and these are result of the experiment. I quite like how this objective renders background grass and shrubs.

    Marko
    These are both great, I assume the experiment is a success

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    Re: soft focus landscape

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Rösler View Post
    These are both great, I assume the experiment is a success
    Thanks Dirk!

    As for experiment, well time will tell. I'm quite pleased with results so far. Objective is quite sharp with nice overlay of glowing highlights. It's very different to Puyo's adjustable landscape replica I also have. I plan to print few sizes in palladium to see, if I'll like final results. But scans of negatives look promising .

    Cheers,
    Marko

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    Re: soft focus landscape

    Let's see, if anyone got something new.

    Here is image from last week. It's winter here at last!

    Hermagis Eidoscope no. 3 wide open (or there abouts) on 5x4 Delta 100.

    Cheers,
    Marko

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    Re: soft focus landscape

    Very nice, Marko, especially the composition and tones.
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