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    Re: Paper negatives

    wow

    Quote Originally Posted by Emil Schildt View Post
    Cooke series IIa 3.5

    13x18 (cropped)

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Any body knows where to buy the Ilford Harman paper in 4x5? I cannot find it.

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Quote Originally Posted by pepeguitarra View Post
    Any body knows where to buy the Ilford Harman paper in 4x5? I cannot find it.
    Is it out of stock again already??? They just got new stock at B&H back in December. We had been waiting for six months or more.

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Quote Originally Posted by Yansfotos1 View Post
    Nice work Lucas!

    Evan, thank you for your reply, I've been reading up on your research regarding paper negatives and dynamic range. You are far ahead of me, very interesting work thank you!

    I've been practising a bit more hands on in the last few days. I did a few portrait sessions with the 18x24 and newly acquired strobe. My calculations above seem to be somewhat accurate, I had no trouble metering skintone @ ISO 12 f11 and putting in at +1. Developed by inspection and scanned the negative:

    Attachment 173608
    Thanks to Peter for enduring a 1200 Ws supernova going off in his face

    I also went out and took a picture of Aachen Cathedral (the town where I live) and learned that even overcast weather seems to have a higher amount of blue light compared to my indoor strobe test which I found a bit surprising. I overshot exposure and development on the first sheet but was able to dial it back on the second by diluting the dev and stopping development early.

    Attachment 173609

    I'm still quite amazed at the resolution I'm getting from the scans and the beaten up Tessar I use. No complaints there =)
    Yansfotos1 great stuff !
    yeah overcast days are the best ..
    enjoy your coffee

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Two test images. (I really need a grid on my ground glass



    Frauenplan Weimar, Germany



    Brauhausgasse Weimar, Germany

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    Both Sinar F with DIY 8×10 Back
    Fujinon NW 210mm/5.6
    Ilford MG IV 18×24*cm
    Dev. in Caffenol-CM

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Iran, Tehran, Darabad, Panoral 57 camera, Schneider Super Angulon 90/5.6, Forte No.2 5x7in paper negative


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    Re: Paper negatives

    Quote Originally Posted by animaux View Post


    Brauhausgasse Weimar, Germany

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    Both Sinar F with DIY 8×10 Back
    Fujinon NW 210mm/5.6
    Ilford MG IV 18×24*cm
    Dev. in Caffenol-CM
    Really love the feeling of this one, Animaux. I would love to see a photography of the DIY back for the Sinar too, just as an aside.

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimi View Post
    Really love the feeling of this one, Animaux. I would love to see a photography of the DIY back for the Sinar too, just as an aside.
    Tack så mycket, Jimi! I have a few pictures of building it in a flickr album.

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Quote Originally Posted by animaux View Post
    Tack så mycket, Jimi! I have a few pictures of building it in a flickr album.
    Vielen Dank. Alexander! Sieht sehr gut aus. I have to figure out and build something similar eventually for my Norma.

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    Re: Paper negatives

    It’s not really hard if you use the basis of a Norma or F-standard. The only tricky part is to get the distance to the ground glass right. Just E-Mail me if you have any questions.

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