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    According to thread on APUG, someone dropped the server, new one on order, not back up until the 9th

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    damn lens flare


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    Damn nice shot, I'd say!

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    astia


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    4x5 Shen Hao, Nikkor 75mm f4.5, Portra 160NC processed in Tetenal solution.

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    My first LF shots, just been developed and scanned (all by me) please forgive the underexposure and overzealous shift, I'm just learning

    Velvia 50, Nikkor-SW 75/4.5, Ebony 45s






    Provia 100F, Nikkor-SW 75/4.5, Ebony 45s




    Provia 100F, Linhof Zeiss 135/3.5 Planar, Ebony 45s
    Oops, too much shift!




    Provia 100F, Caltar-II N 210/5.6, Ebony 45s

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Daniel, for your first time out with large-format, you do not have anything to apologize for. I actually like your city-scape with too much shift--beautiful light and color.

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    yes looking good!!!

    found negative Mclouth Steel 12/20/.1974


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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    viablex1, nice color and "depth." You image feels three dimensional...

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    thanks

    here is another found negative


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    The portrait was shot with the 135mm f/3.5 Zeiss Planar, wide open, purely natural light in a dim hotel room. That one was shot on Kodak Portra 400, all the others Ektar 100 with the Nikkor-SW 75/4.5. The one with the dark corners was accidentally shot wide open (5 stop overexposed!) on the Nikkor, and was one of my first ever LF shots, looks like the standards weren't squared so there was some unintentional shift. The Ektar handled the excess light well, either that or I would normally have horribly underexposed the image.

    All shot on my Ebony 45s.



















    The colours are off on a couple, I am still getting used to Silverfast 8. I figured the bigger image size is befitting the larger negative, if anyone would prefer I toned it down I will re-upload at a smaller size.

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    Daniel, no matter the format, your work never ceases to amaze. Brilliant.

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    Thankyou Lloyd!

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    Daniel you are off to a good start with these first two sets. Keep up the good work and don't worry about the small mistakes we all make them. Your experimental nature is to be admired. The urban landscapes thus far are my favorites, but the hotel room portrait is nice too.

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    have to agree you have some very pleasing images makes me want to go out at night and shoot!!!

    where do you have your color stuff developed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    where do you have your color stuff developed?
    In my laundry. I have a Jobo CPE2+ and honestly it is super easier, way easier than shooting in the first place. I followed Tim Parkin's E6 developing videos on youtube and adapting to C41 was a piece of cake.

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    damn nice job on the developing as well!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    In my laundry. I have a Jobo CPE2+ and honestly it is super easier, way easier than shooting in the first place.
    This cracked me up -- so true. What C41 chemicals have you been using? I'm about to try the Rollei chems.

    Beautiful work, Daniel -- I have also found the Ektar 100 to be a very flexible film (has saved my a$$ multiple times).

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    Thanks viablex1, and JT

    I'm using Tetenal 2-bath for C41 and Fuji Hunt 3-bath for E6 (this was a massive pain in the *** to acquire!).

    Here are some more Velvia 50 shots, taken with my Ebony 45s and Nikkor-SW 75/4.5














    One day I'll own a scanner that can actually see into the shadows on my Velvia trannies.
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    Magic stuff, Daniel. Mediocre scanner or not, these are terrific.

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    Thanks Lloyd! One day I will own a drum scanner, one day.

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    Nice job for sure getting a lot out of that velvia


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    That's a winner, Matto. The detail just jumps off the screen.

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    Great stuff, Daniel.

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    Linhof Technika IV, S-K 150/4.5

    cant remember film, for the life of me... Scanned.


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    I hope to shoot LF soon this year when the temp goes down in my country, then i will post here, and i am also in the same dream, i hope/wish to have a drum scanner, one day, why they discontinued those scanner from productions, they should at least produce one, not asking for many brands.
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    Thankyou Viablex! That shot has fantastic contrast and clarity! It really pops. I enjoy the geometry.

    Excellent use of movements Sergei! definitely directs the viewer to the subject.

    Here are some more 4x5" shots from me.
    All Ebony 45s and Nikkor-SW 75/4.5.

    Velvia 100:









    ^^ Note the kangaroo prints in the top left corner

    Velvia 50:


    Provia 100F:

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    Terrific set Daniel. That second shot is simply astonishing!! Very kewl to see the kangaroo prints. Don't know why but it never occurred to me that they would be anywhere near a beach.

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    Thanks Lloyd! Plenty of them around these dunes

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    ^^ nice stuff for sure!!!


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    messed this up and double exposed it!!! arrgghhhhh

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Tareq,

    If you have the budget, Aztek in California still makes drum scanners. They are also a good source for refurbished scanners.

    http://www.aztek.com/
    http://www.aztek.com/premier.html

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    I hope to shoot LF soon this year when the temp goes down in my country, then i will post here, and i am also in the same dream, i hope/wish to have a drum scanner, one day, why they discontinued those scanner from productions, they should at least produce one, not asking for many brands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    ^^ nice stuff for sure!!!


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    messed this up and double exposed it!!! arrgghhhhh
    Very nice! You actually made it a great image, through double exposure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars Vinberg View Post
    Tareq,

    If you have the budget, Aztek in California still makes drum scanners. They are also a good source for refurbished scanners.

    http://www.aztek.com/
    http://www.aztek.com/premier.html

    -Lars
    Lars, thanks!

    But, i checked their website, didn't find something, before i had a website that they put list of some drum scanners of different brands with prices but i lost that website and can't find it, but if you said that they still have some refurb or used drum scanner with Aztek then i should give them a call, the issue will be the budget but hope i will have the budget later when i can.
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    Lars, thanks!

    But, i checked their website, didn't find something, before i had a website that they put list of some drum scanners of different brands with prices but i lost that website and can't find it, but if you said that they still have some refurb or used drum scanner with Aztek then i should give them a call, the issue will be the budget but hope i will have the budget later when i can.
    Perhaps Aztek stopped selling refurbished scanners, I am not sure. Drop them an email.

    I got my Howtek 4500 dirt cheap on ebay from Canada for $900 + $600 shipping to California, then dropped it off at Aztek for overhaul, for another $1400 or so. Perhaps that could be a way for you to go too, find a used Howtek, ship it directly to Aztek and let them bring it up to standards, then ship it to you.

    I'm not sure in what part of the world you are residing, but if you are not in North America then servicing a drum scanner might be difficult. There might be someone in Europe who does that.

    Actually, I would recommend that you look into used high-end flatbed scanners as well, such as Creo Scitex Eversmart. Here is one listing:
    http://www.machineseeker.com/A498348...smart-Pro.html
    Wetmounting is much easier on a flatbed than on a drum, and scan results on those scanners is almost as good as on a drum scanner.
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    Mama Mia! What a wonderfull photograph.

    I forgot just how beautiful LF film can be.

    Thanks for posting this,

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    Quote Originally Posted by routlaw View Post
    Thanks Lloyd and Matt. Yeah this particular forum doesn't get much attention these days. LF in general doesn't for that matter. Its a different photographic world.

    Rob
    From the looks of many of these shots it's a shame it isn't followed by more folks. Absolutely beautiful work.

    Probably a good thing though, it might make a lot of us with $50K+ digital rigs poop our pants ... and turn green with envy

    The best I can do is fire up my good old RZ and pump some film through it. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baudolino View Post
    Very nice! You actually made it a great image, through double exposure.
    Big +1 from me too, Matto. I really like the result.

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Matto, I always enjoy your photos. Large format really suits your vision. I like the double exposure a lot, too.


    Daniel, I really like your cityscapes and the photos of the beautiful lady.


    Sergei, Your black and white is magic.

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    Happy Thanksgiving!
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    Gorgeous shot. Great first post. Welcome to the forum.

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    That is great your hanging clips seem a little rough to the transparency in the corners though

    Velvia 100 is a great film isn't it?

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    Thanks for the nice comments. Now I need to remember lower the saturation before I post, going from ProPhoto to sRGB the image gets a little too lively.

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    If i didn't have bad situations this year then i will put my large format in use and post my results here, hope next year.
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    I thought I'd try another and see if I've got the over saturation under control. :-)
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    That is a winner! Gorgeous image. Love the subtle light... Perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    That is a winner! Gorgeous image. Love the subtle light... Perfect.
    +1

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Morning Walk and Tea Garden


    I'd say +1 for the many wonderful pictures in this thread. I still like large format although I haven't shot any for years. Now I'm getting motivated to start again. I don't make a living at photography, its just something I have enjoyed in my spare time over the years. Carrying a big camera and heavy load is becoming a bit dicey for me these days as I seem to have aged a bit.

    Here are a couple of shots I took many years ago. the first is with a 4x5 press camera with the a 180mm f6.8 Goerz Dagor. I was out walking with it after a snow storm, and this woman was cross country skiing up the hill toward me. This was probably around 1975

    The second was with an 8x10 monorail camera with the same Goerz lens. It was taken at the University of Washington arboretum Japanese Tea Garden. It must have been around 1965 or so.


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