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    Re: June portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by xmishx View Post


    Getting to know the Wet Plates...
    Hey Ted,

    Nice plate, I like the mood and her expression, quality of light too.

    Ray Bidegain

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    Re: June portraits

    Taken two weeks ago so I guess it justifies as a June portrait. DIY converted Polaroid 120 Pathfinder, 4x5 Fuji Across.

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    Re: June portraits

    Lovely girls Samuli! Post more!

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    Re: June portraits

    Cambo 4х5, Wollensak Raptar 162 f/4.5 Fomapan 100
    With the wife on an attic

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    Re: June portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by iml View Post

    The latest from my artists project. Alex, photographer.

    Speed Graphic, 127/4.7 Ektar, TXP 320, Xtol 1+1
    I do like tones and expression here. The tone is sort of the essence of why we still use B&W film.

    How'd you get the focus right on your self portrait?

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    Re: June portraits

    Thanks.

    I got my girlfriend to check the focus and load the film holder. Would have been difficult otherwise. She got it exactly right, I think.

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    Re: June portraits

    Here's my very last june tintype portrait:

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    Re: June portraits

    This is a very good environmental portrait. Composition is balanced, with good leading lines. The two gentlemen are nicely posed. Notice that there are no tire tracks near the tractor and that a log is positioned well behind the tractor. Don't know if that was staged, but these small details make for a job well done.

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    Re: June portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by unrealalex View Post

    Ludmila Tabolina and Martha Casanave, ambrotype 8x10"
    It was very interesting shot. I love it...

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    Re: June portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Samuli Haataja View Post
    Taken two weeks ago so I guess it justifies as a June portrait. DIY converted Polaroid 120 Pathfinder, 4x5 Fuji Across.
    very special!

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