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    Re: Paper negatives

    Quote Originally Posted by axs810 View Post
    I was told that my images weren't downloading so here it is again.


    8x10 Cambo
    Dagor 210mm @ f/6.8 wide open
    Paper Negative
    It's mental how beautiful this is.

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Haha thank you logan.egbert

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    Re: Paper negatives

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    A photo I recently did of a model I was using for a cover shoot. Since there is no pc cable to sync lights to my old Graflex i set the ss to 1/2 second and fired the flashes manually. Ilford RC Pearl Paper, f4.5 on a 152mm lens.

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    I frequently drag my Graflex Speed Graphic camera with when I have paid work to do. Which means that I first take the images I was sent out to do with ye old digital camera and then i take out graflex. It is amazing how people's attitude changes when you take out the old camera. Most laymen thinks that these days anyone can be a photographer with digital photography being so "easy and all". You bring out the large format, or even the medium format camera then they suddenly take you seriously. You become a photographer with a capital P. Suddenly they take you seriously. It is a bit funny and very silly but it gets me more jobs. Of course I do tend to find that, especially in portraiture, the client prefers the large format photo in 90% of the cases. Luckily I always have the digital files to help me if something goes wrong. This picture is of world renowned landscape artist Strijdom van der Merwe who won the Jackson Pollack grant a few years ago. I shot this one morning in his overgrown garden. I have the digital files of course but once again the client, and the artist, preferred the old school paper negative version.
    f4.5 at 1/5 second with a 152mm Kodak Ektar lens.

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Beautiful shot. When I started in photography I didn't have a flash sync on my camera, so I used a short bulb exposure while firing the flash bulb. If I had to shoot hand-held, I had a buddy manipulate the flash. I used the guide numbers, of course, to set the aperture. For pan film I used Ansco Supreme. For ortho, Ansco Super Plenachrome. When I went to work for a newspaper, part time while still in school, I had graduated to a pre- anniversary Speed Graphic with a Heiland Synchronizer. I really like the syncronizer, as it let's you fire the shutter electrically.
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    A photo I recently did of a model I was using for a cover shoot. Since there is no pc cable to sync lights to my old Graflex i set the ss to 1/2 second and fired the flashes manually. Ilford RC Pearl Paper, f4.5 on a 152mm lens.

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    Hadn't been productive in a long time but thankfully last weekend proved to be fruitful.

    Ilford 8x10 (iso6)
    Used both the turner reich Anastigmat and the brass Wollensak portrait
    Kodak 2D
    R09
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    David

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    Re: Paper negatives

    t0aster,

    What's the story? It looks like you've gotten into an interesting project.

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    t0aster,

    What's the story? It looks like you've gotten into an interesting project.
    I'm still not quite sure, John. I had been in a major slump for a long time and the arrival of my friend coincided with some really good news at work. After some wine and a David Lynch movie we were both in the mood to be creative. I had the gas mask and the baton from a previous project that had not seen fruition and I figured it was good a time as any to use them; he volunteered to put the mask on and things evolved from there. Looking back at the work I've done in large format I can see a few pieces of work starting to coalesce into something that might prove really interesting and fun so I'm going to run with it for a while. I'll continue to post as new work comes.
    David

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    Re: Paper negatives

    Nice model!)

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    Re: Paper negatives

    8x10 Ilford MGIV RC Paper Negative
    21" Turner Reich Anastigmat @ f/16
    Compard R09
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    David

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