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    ROC Anthony Fountain by rrunnertexas, on Flickr

    Rochester Universal full plate with an Anthony brass landscape lens, wide open. Shot in Weatherford, Texas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrunnertexas View Post

    Rochester Universal full plate with an Anthony brass landscape lens, wide open. Shot in Weatherford, Texas.
    This is TERRIFIC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louis Pacilla View Post
    This is TERRIFIC!
    Agreed!
    May tomorrow be a better day.

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    I'm surprised that is wide-open, though I have no idea what aperture constitutes "wide-open" on that lens! Cool shot with a lot of interest from the lens. You should share it in the recent thread asking about soft-focus lenses for architecture, seems relevant.
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    I have no idea what aperture constitutes "wide-open" on that lens! Cool shot with a lot of interest from the lens. You should share it in the recent thread asking about soft-focus lenses for architecture, seems relevant.

    I get similar results with a Darlot pillbox landscape lens, normally f22, but if I unscrew the front of the lens and leave just the brass tube and rear lens, I calculated f9 for mine. It's one of my favorites for intimate woodland scenes, I never thought to photograph something like the above with it. I suspect it is also short for the image size, mine is 14" used on 8x10 and I don't get swirlies on the edges like above.

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    Thanks for the positive comments. I'm trying to remember, but I think wide open is f/6. Jody, yes, it is the same on this lens, just unscrew the front so it is a brass tube and rear lens. Using a dark slide as a shutter, exposure was faster than my wrist could move, so I taped a 3 stop ND filter to the front to get the speed in the ballpark. OK, I'll make a post in the soft focus as well.

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    Delta 100 by John tomasella, on Flickr

    Delta 100 stand developed in HC-110 1+120 for 1 hour. 150mm lens, and a red filter. This is a scan of the darkroom print

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    13x18cm, Angulon 6.8/165, Kodak Plus-X pan

    0185 by Вячеслав Филатов, on Flickr

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    5x7 HP5 203mm f7.7 Kodak lens. Printed on Bergger paper and then flatbed scanned.

    Avery House, Groton CT. This house was used as a make shift hospital after Benedict Arnolds attack on New London/Groton.

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