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    Thanks for the kind works, Pali, Neil and Steve.

    Here is one more from the outing - I'm a little annoyed at myself for not trying a hood that I brought along (flare upper left), but I loved the tones on the right wall and the walkway..


    Cake by Don Kittle, on Flickr

    Camera: Wista 45DX
    Lens: Rodenstock APO Sironar-N 150mm F5.6
    Film: Ilford FP4+
    Exposure: ISO 125, f45, 8 seconds
    Movements: significant front rise
    Developer: Blazinal 1:100 agitated first minute and stand developed for 49 more at 22 degrees

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    Quote Originally Posted by donkittle View Post
    My meter would only give me a reading within a couple of feet of the lit doorway, the rest of the room was too dark. I guessed at a few minute exposure and was pretty happy with how it turned out.


    To the Light by Don Kittle, on Flickr

    Camera: Wista 45DX
    Lens: Nikon Nikkor SW 90mm F/4.5
    Film: Ilford FP4+
    Exposure: ISO 125, f20, 6 minutes
    Movements: 1/2 front rise
    Developer: Blazinal agitated first minute and stand developed for 49 more at 22 degrees
    Just love this one Don - what a great exposure.

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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by donkittle View Post
    My meter would only give me a reading within a couple of feet of the lit doorway, the rest of the room was too dark. I guessed at a few minute exposure and was pretty happy with how it turned out.


    To the Light by Don Kittle, on Flickr

    Camera: Wista 45DX
    Lens: Nikon Nikkor SW 90mm F/4.5
    Film: Ilford FP4+
    Exposure: ISO 125, f20, 6 minutes
    Movements: 1/2 front rise
    Developer: Blazinal agitated first minute and stand developed for 49 more at 22 degrees
    I like everything about that Don.

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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by donkittle View Post
    Spent some time at an old mill and got a few shots I liked..


    Old wheels by Don Kittle, on Flickr

    Camera: Wista 45DX
    Lens: Rodenstock APO Sironar-N 150mm F5.6
    Film: Fujifilm Provia 100F expired in Oct, 2004
    Exposure: ISO 100, f22, 8 seconds
    Movements: 1/4 front rise
    Developer: Tetenal E6 kit, developed according to instructions in a Jobo CPE-2
    Police escorted me out of there last time I was in the area. I had a Leica, explained what a LF camera was, they offered to let me back in. Unfortunately I had to leave.

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    An old picture of an old barn. First time poster here, go easy on me......
    Super Graphic w/ Fuji 125 lens on TRI-X HC110
    Last edited by BruceO; 15-Nov-2017 at 17:24.

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    I am so happy I signed on here, I get to view so many wonderful images. Photography is like meditation for me. Both doing and seeing.

    Here are some of mine, taken over 15 years ago. I used to have a darkroom, but upon my first showing back about 2003, I realized that it would take forever for me to print my show, so I flipped the switch to digital. I scan into an Epson 2400, do dodging, burning, and other normal manipulations that you would find in a traditional darkroom, to get everything I can get out of the negative's dynamic range.

    1) Paddington Station, London. I could not get the Wisner to tilt enough to get everything perfectly vertical, but I'm still happy with this, with one exception. I wanted a train in the picture, and it just left the track nearest to the viewer.
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    2) Saw Mill, VT. This sawmill was out of the way nestled in the woods at the entrance to a waterfall. I immediately knew I had to capture it. I was surprised that I got as much shadow detail as I did, and was ecstatic that it printed so well. There IS some digital manipulation here in that I had to define the wires at the top better than the scan showed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceO View Post
    An old picture of an old barn. First time poster here, go easy on me......
    Super Graphic w/ Fuji 125 lens on TRI-X HC110
    Barns are one of my favorite things to TRY to photograph. But I have yet to capture one, because I never have time to stop when I see one.
    --Krish Mandal
    my site: http://www.bykrishmandal.com
    based in NYC

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    One from the Easter weekend: only my second processed shot with 5x4 Velvia...



    Linhof Technikardan S45, Nikkor W210, Fujifilm Velvia 50
    2 seconds f/22, no movements

    "scanned" on lightbox with D800E and 60f/2.8 AF-S micro, four shots stitched in CS6. Only problem I've found with this method so far is keeping film flat; stitching caused a small problem, with only solution a bit of perspective distortion in CS6. Would be interested to know if/and in what ways a flatbed such as an Epson V850 would produce better output.

    A 4000px version is in my 5x4 flickr album.

    Thanks!
    Dave
    My 5x4 and - slowly growing - 8x10 flickr albums

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    That's a righteous barn, Mr Granger!

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