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    wheelchairs boys pro160S


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    Some of my 8x10 work...

















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    Matto: Love the wheelchairs.
    Riccis: Awesome portraits! Truly.
    DB: Stunning image. Flat out gorgeous.

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    Thanks Lloyd!
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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    I just got these 8x10s back from the lab, quick and dirty flatbed scans so colors are a bit off. E100G, Cooke XVa, Toyo 810G monorail.
    Monochrome: http://mochro.com
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    Great set Lars. The first and the fourth are especially impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riccis View Post
    Some of my 8x10 work...
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    Cheers,
    Ricci-I love all of them! Great work and very fresh. My fav is the one with the lady and the shy smile into her hand, plus the dog. Great set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
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    Here are some more 4x5" shots from me.
    All Ebony 45s and Nikkor-SW 75/4.5.

    I like the second one. Incredible detail!
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    4x5 Technika, Angulon 90/6.8 , Arista 100. Scanned on HP4050G (yes, yes, i know.. not popular choice, but its cheap and somehow both of my copies arent any worse than Epsons that died on me twice in last year and half)


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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    a couple from a morning trip to the local trainyard with a couple of members who happen to work at the same place i do


    4x5, 9" veritos f4.5 (shot wide open), Betterlight



    another from the evening before
    8x10 & Wollensak Velostigmat 12"
    shot on fp4 , developed Rodinal

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    These are stunning Jim. That second shot in particular is flat out magic.

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Very nice Jim.
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    Wow I've been away too long!
    I really like the 8x10 shot Shelby.
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    Matto: Love the wheelchairs.
    Riccis: Awesome portraits! Truly.
    DB: Stunning image. Flat out gorgeous.
    +1!

    Interesting soft-focus look Jim, the second one does it for me.

    Here's an Ektar 100 4x5 shot, Nikkor-AM 120/5.6
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    Really nice Daniel. The texture is palpable!

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    Thanks Lloyd

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    Quick one from this weekend, cheap scanner, I see lots of dust, etc, sigh...
    I gotta learn all this scanner stuff now.
    Especially the resolution stuff.
    I scanned at 4800dpi, makes a HUGE file!
    I definately don't understand it.
    Not that good, but it's a start,
    I'm a newbie who STILL needs to learn how to load sheet film into holders.
    Sinar f2 4x5 - Sinaron S 180mm - f5.6 - Fuji Instant FP-100C45

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by buggz View Post
    Quick one from this weekend, cheap scanner, I see lots of dust, etc, sigh...
    I gotta learn all this scanner stuff now.
    Especially the resolution stuff.
    I scanned at 4800dpi, makes a HUGE file!
    I definately don't understand it.
    Not that good, but it's a start,
    I'm a newbie who STILL needs to learn how to load sheet film into holders.
    Sinar f2 4x5 - Sinaron S 180mm - f5.6 - Fuji Instant FP-100C45
    Cheap scanners do well at 500-1200 dpi. More than that is usually a waste of disk space. If you scan at 1200 dpi you get 4800x6000 px which possibly makes out what thew scanner can deliver.

    That said - you obviously got a presentable scan from the image, so that's a good start.

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    Plus one from me. Nice image, passable scan. Lars is the expert here, so I defer to him on the resolution, etc., matters.

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    4x5 Adox25, 210mm/5.6 Symmar


    Retro styled: Anna-1 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    My version of the happy dog pic. Makes me feel like getting out of the house.

    8 x 10 Sinar, FP4+, Apo Sironar S 240mm @ f32
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    Quote Originally Posted by cunim View Post
    My version of the happy dog pic. Makes me feel like getting out of the house.

    8 x 10 Sinar, FP4+, Apo Sironar S 240mm @ f32
    Woops, lost the attachment. Here 'tis
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    Sinar f2 - cemented pair meniscus lens in Polaroid shutter - 3sec. bulb "guess"
    Lens build from Jim Galli.
    Cropped from scanned 4x5 Fuji Instant FP-100C45 .

    "Kitty Dreams"

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    A few from my last big camera project.


























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    4x5 Sinar f2 - Sinaron S 180mm - f5.6 - Fuji Instant FP-100C45
    Crop of a very bad scan, from a crappy scanner, freakin' dust everywhere!

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    4x5 Sinar f2 - cemeted pair meniscus from Jim Galli - Fuji Instant
    Swirly background, wee...

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulraphael View Post
    A few from my last big camera project.
    *snip*
    Paul, this series kicks ***!

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    I'm not new to film, but it's been a while. I opened a way out of date box of tri-x 400 4x5 yesterday and set up a film room in the bathroom to do some testing. I don't normally do cat pictures, but here are the results. I am not happy with the scan but I am new at that. operator error I'm sure, but fun so far.
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    8x10 Retro-Tonal in HC110 Shot with a 240mm Sironar on a Gandolfi and scanned on an Epson. Same subject as an M9 shot posted in the albums. Printed on 40x50 there's really not much difference between the two. A drum scan would do better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by downstairs View Post
    8x10 Retro-Tonal in HC110 Shot with a 240mm Sironar on a Gandolfi and scanned on an Epson. Same subject as an M9 shot posted in the albums. Printed on 40x50 there's really not much difference between the two. A drum scan would do better.
    That's beautiful. You mean 40x50 centimeters not inches I assume?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    That's beautiful. You mean 40x50 centimeters not inches I assume?
    Thanks! 40x50cm - in fact A2 in the Stylus Pro 4900. I'm ashamed to say on this branch of the forum that a six-shot stitch using the 90mm Macro-Elmar looks way better than 8x10 TMax flat-bed scanned. Maybe I should get an enlarger.
    Heres another 8x10 with a an old Suter 360mm lens and an 8x10 version of the Leica stitch posted elsewhere.


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    Impressive work. Loved the stitched shot with the M9 too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    a couple from a morning trip to the local trainyard with a couple of members who happen to work at the same place i do


    4x5, 9" veritos f4.5 (shot wide open), Betterlight



    another from the evening before
    8x10 & Wollensak Velostigmat 12"
    shot on fp4 , developed Rodinal
    More more

    love that betterlight

    Waldo on fuji instant 4X5 film Chamonix 4X5 with nikon 65mm lens


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    Here's a couple of Velvia 100 shots. First one 135/3.5 Planar, second one 120mm Nikkor-AM


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    Wow. Nice work, Daniel. That first one is a stunner!!

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Just did a job for the church office, they needed a portrait of a retiring priest. They hang the pictures in his church(s) along with all the other priests before him...
    I knew he was a keen amateur photographer so once the digital mf shots were safely in the can I pulled out my trusty 1950s crown graphic and shot some very expired T59 and some not so expired T55.. my stocks are running low... gonna miss polaroid large format..
    I sent him home smiling with two polaroids in his pocket



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    Riccis, love those shots, i want to know more about those people after looking at them.. that to me at any rate is the sign of a good portrait...

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    I'm just starting to shoot film again. Here are a couple from the last couple of days as I'm trying to dial things in. I miss Polaroid.
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    I miss it to, Doug, and these are excellent reminders. Beautiful tonality, and beautiful portraits too.

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    For tying vines. 4x5 Ektachrome, 120mm Sironar on an Ebony.
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    I wish there were more posts here. A 5x7 Ektachrome from a Technika for some heart-condition pills. Coloured chalk on the balustrade, coloured gels on the background.

    Double Dutch ...
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    Speed Graphic 4x5. This is my first attempt at wet plate. I've cleaned this up quite a bit and worked with contrast and color. This is a mess but there are some things that I really like.

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    Nice portrait!. Perhaps the the old oval frames (or passpartout) for wet plate prints were supposed to cover the peeling corners?

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    Quote Originally Posted by downstairs View Post
    Nice portrait!. Perhaps the the old oval frames (or passpartout) for wet plate prints were supposed to cover the peeling corners?
    Thanks,
    This is certainly not a good example of a technically well done plate. It's a mess. I have been told that something on the holder contaminated the plate.
    Using some albumen along the edges has helped quite a bit.

    Still, there is a lot I like about it anyway.
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    guys, keep this thread alive.

    for "small format guys" like me ( heck I'm 35mm and now entering the domain of MF soon I hope ) these pictures are striking : the tonality and 3D"iness" of your images just pop out.

    Wonderfull images in this thread ( bored at work, scan this post from #1 and its a joy ) , keep them comming !

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    Great shot, Matt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Great shot, Matt
    Yes indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    have always enjoyed seeing new work from you Paul

    great!
    Thanks so much, Jim. I suppose it's pretty old work by now ... been a few years since I finished that project. It's mostly color with a wee camera at the moment ...

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