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  1. #441

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    Re: Ruins

    Taken with Mamiya Pro Tl and 35mm.
    Printed on Foma 123BO in lith technique
    This was a courtyard of castle in Poland.
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    Re: Ruins

    Quote Originally Posted by andreios View Post
    OK, here is another one...
    Toyo Half Plate camera, Orwo NP 54
    Lith print (weak) onto Fomatone 131


    Flooded ruin by Andrej, on Flickr
    Hi!!
    Wonderful

    Cheers

  3. #443

    Re: Ruins

    810,foma100,symmarS360,pyro350

    More photo to my instagram:
    www.instagram.com/dendorff_bw

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    Re: Ruins

    Another recent print, another ruin...


    Gımeš by Andrej, on Flickr

    Toyo Metal Field (half plate), Fomapan 100, printed on Adox MCC110, toned
    Website of sorts, as well as flickr thing.

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    Re: Ruins

    Andreios, the way you print and tone these images is perfect for the subject matter. They feel to me like pictures of "lost time", which is something that only photography can do, I think.
    Where are we going?
    And why are we in this handbasket?


    www.josephoharaphotography.com

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    Re: Ruins

    Andreios, that is a beautiful image.
    Your tonality is very reminiscent of albumen prints.
    Bravo!

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    Re: Ruins

    yes...that (albumen-like) tonality - the movements (or slightly out of focus) in the leaves at the left, plus the subtly bright sky which, for me, equates somewhat to ortho film - works so well in concert with such an "archaic" subject.

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    Re: Ruins

    Joe, Dugan, John, thank you so much.
    I am quite happy with the print indeed - the day I was there was extremely windy, most of my other negatives were either spoiled by it or indeed not even exposed because of the wind.
    I normally try to avoid toning prints in such a way that they could be labeled as "retro", but in this case the prolonged bleach to tone up to the midtones worked quite well.
    Website of sorts, as well as flickr thing.

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    Re: Ruins

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    Caltar II 90mm 6.8

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    Re: Ruins

    the ruins of a mid 19th century American winery that burnt in the 1890's

    first try for an image with a glass plate (J Lane)

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