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    Re: Post Photos of YOURSELF with your camera

    A couple images from my last workshop. We spent a day photographing with my 8x10 to get negatives to print with in the Carbon Printing Workshop. I'm taking notes, so that I'd know how to develop the film...mostly SBR, and another image of me showing how to shove the holder down. The image for that one was the tree (from just below the shadow on the trunk upwards) with the background out of focus. The sunlight areas on the branches were almost bullet-proof on the negatives, but printed wonderfully.

    Photos by Mark Shaw, my assistant for the workshop and maker of the carbon print of the tree.
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    (This is about 12 years old - and that shirt held on until about 2 years ago)

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    Re: Post Photos of YOURSELF with your camera

    Nice. How about the photo of yourself from the LF camera?
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    Round about summer 2006

    i didn't have film in it during that first picture i posted. i was just using it as a prop for the sofobomo (if you remember that project - "solo photo book in a month"). Although thinking back on it i shot medium format for that project so i don't know why i used the 8x10 for that "about" picture.

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    Because you can!
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    Taking a photo of friends at our campsite in the Russian Wilderness (in California, just in case you are wondering). From this last summer.
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    Nice shot! Nice format!
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    Re: Post Photos of YOURSELF with your camera

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Woods View Post
    Nice shot! Nice format!
    I was told the hike in to the lake was 2.4 miles...it ended up twice that, which usually would be no big deal, but I decided to carry the 5x7 camera on the pod over my shoulder along with my backpack for the 'short' trip in...no room in the pack due to food and beer. I took the heavier pod and head, too (by a couple pounds). First part of the trail was steep uphill with many fallen trees (burnt area). So glad to get to camp! Camera in the pack on the way out, tripod strapped to the outside -- a breeze!

    The B&W image is just a digital shot by one of my friends -- cropped and made B&W by me.
    "Landscapes exist in the material world yet soar in the realms of the spirit..." Tsung Ping, 5th Century China

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    Cropped Iphone pic - taken by my wife last Sept., which she's titled "Star Island Cliff Dweller"
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    This is me with my '47 Pacemaker Speed 45, a mere 51 years older than me. If you zoom in you can even see that the price sticker from the antique store is still on it (permanently) and no, your eyes do not deceive you, it says $15.00.

    She's in good shape despite having apparently been wet at some point, with a crisp back shutter that I CLA'd myself. Unfortunately the front shutter barely works and there is some damage to the coating on the Optar. It could also stand to be Graflok-equipped, but I can always buy one at some point and install it.

    Recently, I've even got the rangefinder calibrated for mid-range shots!

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