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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Quote Originally Posted by onnect17 View Post
    ...My family in Miami complains of being "too cold" this winter.
    I guess it all depends on what you get used to.

    I spoke with my friends in Alaska on Christmas... recently down to -20 F and they decided to get out their winter coats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rguinter View Post
    An oldie ca. 1996. When I was shooting Manhattan from Jersey City.

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    Slightly cropped at bottom

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Some more Manhattan 6x17-cm photos.

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    One from 2001 I just scanned.

    Scene: Mt. Lunksoos from a point on the East Branch Penobscot River that (I understand) the logging crews in the 1800s referred to as "Devil's elbow."

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    Exposure information lost

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Cape Conran Jetty, from DYI 6x17 with 90mm.
    Final testing with some old Fuji Astia 100F

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMBooth View Post
    Cape Conran Jetty, from DYI 6x17 with 90mm.
    Final testing with some old Fuji Astia 100F
    SM:

    I like the color gradation.

    Gee... I've used a bit of Astia myself but don't usually get such rich colors.

    I'll have to pull some out of the freezer and try again.

    One of my own on Astia. If you ask me what mountain range it is I've forgotten. I'll have to look it up in my notes. Somewhere in Alaska not far from Palmer where I stayed with friends in Summer 2007

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    San Francisco, CA

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Shailendra:

    Seriously difficult trying to keep this thread going.

    Wrong forum I guess....

    This one slightly cropped but done with my Fuji G617 on CS-120.

    Sunset looking West from Route 11 Patten, Maine.

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Wow Bob G
    very cool

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    Ed:

    Thanks. Yes it is a favorite spot and I've done photos there several times. But not in many years. I never had much luck with CS-120 but that one did come out nice.

    There is a little parking area there at the overlook and I've stopped there several times for sunrise/sunset photos. But I never seemed to have the right camera.

    Since then I bought more LF equipment including quite a number of long lenses and two Sinar 6x12-cm panorama backs. So I do plan to do the scene again sometime when I get back there. The spot is about 15- miles east of where my uncles wilderness cabin used to be so it was easily accessible over the years. Not so any more now that both he and the cabin are gone.

    But like Arnold said, "I'll be back!"

    Another done there at sunrise... also done with the Fuji G617 and cropped a bit at the bottom. I don't recall what film. My notes are at home.

    Cheers. Bob G.
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