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    This Polaroid shot I made in may last year on a German island.
    I still have some Polaroid 665 in stock
    Camera was Polaroid 600SE with 75mm lens, scanned with Epson V700
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    Polaroid 809 exposed on 50 iso, Expired Jun 2006. Taken with Sinar P 8x10 and Rodenstock 300mm f5,6 Sironar on F5,6.
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    Nice! Love it.

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    4x5 Chamonix 45n2, Ilford 400


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    Beautiful photograph, Sergei.

    (I have to admit, and I must be getting old, but I can't get my head around such a beautiful woman wanting to put a ring in her nose, and those hideous tattoos on her chest! And I have tattoos myself!!! I just don't get it.)

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful photograph, Sergei.

    (I have to admit, and I must be getting old, but I can't get my head around such a beautiful woman wanting to put a ring in her nose, and those hideous tattoos on her chest! And I have tattoos myself!!! I just don't get it.)
    +1 Great lighting and contrast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful photograph, Sergei.

    (I have to admit, and I must be getting old, but I can't get my head around such a beautiful woman wanting to put a ring in her nose, and those hideous tattoos on her chest! And I have tattoos myself!!! I just don't get it.)
    thanks

    As of tatoos.. Sometime its hard for me to get them as well. After all i did grow up in society where only two kinds of people had them - sailors and convicts. But it is sometime look really nice and organic (sometime not), and as someone who spent early years as painter - i cant help but enjoy looking at them.

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    I just ran across this old street shoot taken in Tokyo with a 4x5 Wista VX technical camera--great camera BTW. I was just having some fun and looking into the practicality of shooting street with sheet film. It was not that bad, but lugging the sheet film holders and changing bag around all the time was a pain and did not result in six-pack abs. I believe the film was TMax.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful photograph, Sergei.

    (I have to admit, and I must be getting old, but I can't get my head around such a beautiful woman wanting to put a ring in her nose, and those hideous tattoos on her chest! And I have tattoos myself!!! I just don't get it.)
    Heck, Lloyd, can't believe you just said that. Sorta thing could get us chaps a bad name. Still, you did put it down to old age.

    I don't know, give these chicks the vote and they end up wanting to do all the things we do.

    Who knows, they'll be wanting to run marathons and countries next

    Best wishes,

    Gandolfi.

    p.s. Bet I'm older than you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Heck, Lloyd, can't believe you just said that. Sorta thing could get us chaps a bad name. Still, you did put it down to old age.

    I don't know, give these chicks the vote and they end up wanting to do all the things we do.

    Who knows, they'll be wanting to run marathons and countries next

    Best wishes,

    Gandolfi.

    p.s. Bet I'm older than you!!
    You might be. But some days I feel older than others.

    I'm the son of an ardent feminist, and am married to another (who happens to be a 10-time Ironman finisher, and an ultra runner, etc.). I also have a daughter-in-law with LOTS of tattoos, and 3 out of 4 sons who have them too. It's not a sexist attitude, it's about beauty for me... I am just an ardent admirer of the female form. But, I wouldn't want paint spilled on The Birth of Venus..

    (But maybe I'm just a curmudgeon... What the hell, give them the vote.)
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    8x10 , Arista EDU 100 , Gundlach Radar 8x10


    Weslee by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Sinar P8x10, Rodenstock 300mm, Ilford HP5+.

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    Sinar P8x10, Rodenstock 300mm, Ilford HP5+.

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    bracan: Love both of those! Beautiful images, wonderful tonality, superb use of depth of field. Very nice.

    Sergei: Beautiful woman, wonderfully captured. Stunning work, as always.

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    I see the images in this forum and I really do miss my LF kits...

    Thanks for sharing, and keep them coming!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bracan View Post
    Sinar P8x10, Rodenstock 300mm, Ilford HP5+.

    that picture just catches the fragility of the models mental presence, with outstanding beauty in her eyes combined med sensual harmony of her mouth but with a strange and peculiar twist of distant absence, and a strange touch of sorrow. Outstanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    I see the images in this forum and I really do miss my LF kits...

    Thanks for sharing, and keep them coming!

    Jack, you know you want it back Dark side calls you If not for commercial stuff then for personal projects..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Sergei: Beautiful woman, wonderfully captured. Stunning work, as always.
    Thank you

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    Sinar P8x10, Rodenstock 300mm, Polaroid 809.

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    Nice!! I don't miss buying all that LF film, but sometimes I miss the process, and Polaroid was just a big part of it. Lovely image too.

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    Jack, you know you want it back Dark side calls you If not for commercial stuff then for personal projects..
    Exactly -- I do miss the "Zen" of using the view camera and film. It definitely adds an element of art to the resultant image that cannot be replicated digitally. But I do not miss the workflow, even for my personal work...

    (Though 8x10 Polaroid was a BLAST!)
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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Just make an 8x10 shift adapter for a MFD back and stitch the the images taken over the image plane. Photoshop will do a good job, although it might take a little time.

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    Sergei and Bracan, amazing work you're posting! I love large format portraits

    Here are a couple of New Zealand shots:

    Ebony 45s, Nikkor 75/4.5, Velvia 100F


    Ebony 45S, Schneider 110XL, Velvia 100F


    Ebony 45S, Schneider 110XL, Kodak E100G


    Ebony 45S, Schneider 110XL, Kodak E100G
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    Nice set, Daniel. You do nice work regardless of the format.

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    Thanks Lloyd

    This is a bridge I see outside my apartment window, shot with the 300mm Fujinon-T and shifted the rear standard 2.5cm one way then 4cm the other and stitched to make the pano.
    There is also a healthy amount of front shift, I would say the coverage of this lens is grossly understated even though it is a telephoto design.
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    Nice! That is a very cool bridge too.

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    my camera on point lobos. 4x5.
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    Hi Jeremy, is that a scan of a print you toned?
    Looks pretty interesting, which film and lens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Hi Jeremy, is that a scan of a print you toned?
    Looks pretty interesting, which film and lens?
    Add to this which camera body it is, i always respect and prefer those of you who post shots with details of gear, not only put the name of lens without body or name of the body without the lens used or film name missing and so on.
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    Just a toned digital file right now. Chamonix 4x5 and a Schneider 65mm on expired Ilford FP4+ developed in Pyrocat HD. Here's another from the same trip, same info, different location -- Jim Collum could tell you the name of the park we were in, but I'm drawing a blank.

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    Very nice, i hope the weather getting better here very soon to go out so i start to shoot LF.
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    Dallas Divide Colorado, 2006
    Ebony SV45U, Schneider 110xl, Provia

    If you look close you can see the white butt a deer about 2/3rds of the way down on the left side. I didn't see him when I took the photo. :-)

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    Henry Cowell State Park (about a block from where I live.... have I mentioned I love where I live yet? )

    .. and as an aside.. beautiful image!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    Just a toned digital file right now. Chamonix 4x5 and a Schneider 65mm on expired Ilford FP4+ developed in Pyrocat HD. Here's another from the same trip, same info, different location -- Jim Collum could tell you the name of the park we were in, but I'm drawing a blank.


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    Acros 100 on Sinar C4x5 and no name Petzval lens wide open on f4. No tilt, no swing, no Photoshop

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    Wow! Wonderful image.

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    Jeremy, Mr. Gale, great stuff guys.

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    hmm.. lets keep it live

    8x10 Arista


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    NIce! Great light.

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    Rainy Day here, so I decided to scan some negatives from a trip
    to Norway back in 1990.
    Sinar F2 with 75mm lens, Kodak plus-x 9x12cm, scanned with Epson V700.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    NIce! Great light.
    thanks. Oddly enough this was light contraption i made to shoot in bright sunny days during summer, and yet - i never actually got it out from studio walls Go figure.

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    New to large format here....but here are my try
    Ektar 100

    SCAN_1_1 (1) by Mohammed Basamh, on Flickr

    Wrong tilting here (both below images), but it's ok IMHO

    SCAN_1_1 by Mohammed Basamh, on Flickr


    SCAN_5_1 by Mohammed Basamh, on Flickr

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    These are very nice, Mohammed. I especially like the last one. Beautiful image, beautiful place. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mob81 View Post
    New to large format here....but here are my try
    Ektar 100
    I like the first one...where is it? Italy?

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    8x10


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    I like the first one...where is it? Italy?
    It's Switzerland a little after vevey. It was cloudy and as soon as I set the camera up, it rained like I have never seen (I live in Saudi where rain is rare). I took the shot and ran to the car and stayed until rain slew and head back to the hotel in Geneva.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
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    Melissa by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
    Sergei, I absolutely love your images!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernie Kohl View Post
    Sergei, I absolutely love your images!
    thank you

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    Ebony SW with SK Superangulon 75mm f/5.6
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    This is my first post here although I am not new at GetDPI.
    I am in a rebound mode! Tired of small viewfinders of the MFD and DSLR. Even bought an 8x10 Tachihara few weeks ago.
    The quality of the Betterlight's blown me away! So much tone to work with.

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    Gorgeous image, Pramote. Congrats on the new gear.

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    Thanks very much Lloyd! It was a great feeling to use the Ebony again. It's been a while.

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