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    Taken in Munising, Michigan

    Globuscope 4x5 with 65mm f8 JML, scanned with epson 4990, betterscanning holder, dry mount.


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    Looks like I am getting some flare on long exposures.
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    Sinar P, Schneider 180mm, Ilford delta 100. Developed in FX39, 8min 15 sec, 1-3.

    I'm not used to strobes, this was for a development test. It came out satisfactory.

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    8x10 , 300mm convertible Symmar


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    Learning to use my new to me Cambo SC w/ SK 180 5.6.

    My brother shot on Pola T 57

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    October, 2012 - East side of the Sierra
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    Moorland tree in gloomy foggy weather, The Peak District, Derbyshire, United Kingdom.

    Made with 4x5 MPP technical camera using FP4 film developed in 510 Pyro.


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    Wonderful work here. Thank you all for sharing.

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    4x5 Globuscope, 65mm f8 JML. Provia 100, Scanned with Heidelberg Tango Drum Scanner, No Adjustments

    Miners Castle Michigan

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    Harman DPP rated at iso1.5 f8 souped in D76


    Charleston Market, Agfa APX100, f22, 1 sec...quite underexposed though, light was dropping fast...
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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by dizzyg44 View Post
    Harman DPP rated at iso1.5 f8 souped in D76


    Charleston Market, Agfa APX100, f22, 1 sec...quite underexposed though, light was dropping fast...
    Your Charleston Market image brought back fond memories of the time I lived in SC years ago.

    Once while visiting Charleston, I was walking about, turned a corner and stumbled upon the making of the movie "North and South" ... the entire street had been transformed back to the Civil war era ... dirt street, horse drawn carriages, Rebel soldiers, ladies in hoop skirts and slave trading at the Charleston market.

    Interesting factoid: during the early years of the American nation, South Carolina was the most wealthy state, and Charleston the center of that wealth and culture ... because it was one of the world's great rice producers!

    Thanks for posting this.

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    A shot out of my 4x5" rangefinder with 135/3.5 planar.
    Ektar 100 f/3.5


    Ektar 100 Nikkor 75/4.5 Ebony 45s:


    Tmax100, Nikkor 75/4.5 Ebony 45s orange filter:
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    Very nice, Daniel. Thanks for sharing.

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    One of the first negatives that actually turned out good. I've been having loads of problems with focus and what-not. I finally feel that I have learned how to focus with my new camera.

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    Ebony 45s, 75mm Nikkor, Portra 160


    Ektar 100


    Another snap with the Razzle, Ektar 100
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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Ebony 45s, 75mm Nikkor, Portra 160
    Love this one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Love this one!
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    Calumet Woodfield XM, Rodenstock Apo Sironar-n 150mm, red filter, Ilford Delta 100 and FX39. I am not overly fond of the FX39, I find that it is very hard to use for n-1 and n-2 development. Are there any developers that are good for this? I really want to try out the HC110 from Kodak.


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    [QUOTE=thrice;471922]Ebony 45s, 75mm Nikkor, Portra 160


    Love this snap...
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    Polaroid 55 expired in Sept 1995 taken with Aero Ektar 127mm on Sinar C4x5.

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    One from the archives (mid 8os). From memory, Linhof Super Colour Standard 4x5, Symmar S 180mm f22 (probably) FP4 HC110 Scanned on Epson 4870 (not bad if you don't look too close!
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    Probably same set up as above.
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    I decided to jump into LF film and picked up a used/ inexpensive, Horseman 4x5 in September. This was my 1st shot with it. An image of the Capitol before sunrise. Taken with Fuji Acros 100 and Schneider Apo-Symmar 210mm.
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    Another one. I think this was 90mm 6.8 Angulon (not super). The camera would be a M.P.P. technical. Film and developer FP4 and HC110 as always.
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    Pretty sure it's the same setup as above.
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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by minesix66 View Post
    Taken in Munising, Michigan
    Kodak E100VS



    Looks like I am getting some flare on long exposures.
    Maybe, but E100VS also really exaggerates blues, so for overcast conditions it can be a bit of a problem.

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    some tri-x 320 love.....

    Just some boring rocks on sullivans island shot on a cambo sc with SK 150

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    a fujiroid from today hanging out with the family at the park....

    fp-100c


    the sk 150 symmar flares quite a bit....


    My young'uns on some agfa apx100


    The agfa version of the first shot

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    MPP Technical, 90mm Angulon, FP4 HC110
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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    MPP Technical, 90mm Angulon, FP4 HC110
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    Your rock series are fantastic!
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    Pramote, Thanks very much. I shot these a while ago now (80s) and have never had a audience for them before now. It is a positive side of the internet that you can show to your peers work that would otherwise be confined to negative sleeves or the odd print around the house. I actively shoot still (digital) but the pull of large format is still there and am weakening by the week. On a side note it is interesting to see that my view of the world has not moved on by any large degree, not sure if that is good or bad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Pramote, Thanks very much. I shot these a while ago now (80s) and have never had a audience for them before now. It is a positive side of the internet that you can show to your peers work that would otherwise be confined to negative sleeves or the odd print around the house. I actively shoot still (digital) but the pull of large format is still there and am weakening by the week. On a side note it is interesting to see that my view of the world has not moved on by any large degree, not sure if that is good or bad?
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    Thank you FYI! They are absolutely timeless. Pramote

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    Same set up as above. This was the first image that met my vision, albeit a slightly flawed execution. I saw the left hand rock from the top of the banking, the quartz lines caught my eye along with the far bank and mid stream rock. The foreground is under tree cover and the light was fading, I metered using my trusty Weston 3 (I know, but it was all I could afford) but hardly got a glimmer, ended up metering off the white sheet of my notebook and calculating back. Could hardly see to focus (what's a flash light?) and with an exposure of 4 1/2 mins. at f16 decided not to stop down any more Anyway you will note that the top of the left hand rock is not quite sharp and the neg is very thin in the foreground (probably needed 20 mins at f22). It does look nice at 8x10 or A4 though and I still smile when I look at the print in my front room.
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    scan of an 8X10 glass positive


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    mushrooms, before Xmas dinner. A bit of swing on the first one for the diagonal focus plane.
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    Linhof, 90mm f8 Super Angulon, FP4 HC110
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    Same set up as above. This was the first image that met my vision, albeit a slightly flawed execution. I saw the left hand rock from the top of the banking, the quartz lines caught my eye along with the far bank and mid stream rock. The foreground is under tree cover and the light was fading, I metered using my trusty Weston 3 (I know, but it was all I could afford) but hardly got a glimmer, ended up metering off the white sheet of my notebook and calculating back. Could hardly see to focus (what's a flash light?) and with an exposure of 4 1/2 mins. at f16 decided not to stop down any more Anyway you will note that the top of the left hand rock is not quite sharp and the neg is very thin in the foreground (probably needed 20 mins at f22). It does look nice at 8x10 or A4 though and I still smile when I look at the print in my front room.
    Alan
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    Thanks very much Jack. The spot meter came about a year later (1983 I think) and after a bit of arm wrestling I got my head around the zone system! The problem with that shot was the fact that the light was fading fast and did not dare stop down any more. When I look back at my old negs. looking through a modern eye (100% on screen digital files) I see all sorts of minor errors, not that it spoils a print. It's the scanning that's the PITA but worth it to see the end result. Alan.

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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    scan of an 8X10 glass positive


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    I can't get enough of this photo. It is fascinating.
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    Hey Cindy thanks, I just did a historical photo book for the owners it is of the campus prior to 1941 when NAPS took it over. This was the only glass negative the guy had the others in the book were contact prints done by him from glass negatives.

    i couldn't believe I was holding the thing

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    I mean positive not negative oh heck now I am not sure

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    As before 90mm FP4 HC110
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    Re: More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Was obsessed with Pebble Beach and the abstracts there for about a year.. any time there was a low tide at dawn, I was there.

    At the beginning of that time, a whale had beached itself on the beach. There's no way of hauling it out, so there it stayed.. slowly being absorbed by the water, pebbles and fauna. The waves had washed the pebbles from the beach throughout the surface of the whale.

    About 5 months or so into it, I decided to take a closer look at the whale. I set up the 4x5, Betterlight and computer and took a few shots. This one is from the topside.. skin curling off of the underlying tissue. The camera was probably 2 feet from the whale. (took a week before i was no longer smelling it everywhere).

    What's interesting about this shot.. I had a show in San Jose.. had this , and a few others from the shoot printed at 40x50". They were titled 'Untitled'

    People would be fascinated by the textures and detail in the image.. they'd be standing at the print.. almost nose to surface.

    It was usually then that I'd mention what it was. Almost universally, people would jump back to almost 6 - 10 feet away, and look at it.. I should have had a video camera recording reactions



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    Great shot, and even better story, Jim.

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    Same view as above but different comp.
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    two from the waldo chamonix 4X5



    waldo621 by gungyduo, on Flickr



    stove621 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    tome again expired agfa film

    ektarx624 by gungyduo, on Flickr
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    Superb image. Just can't surpass black & white for this type of photography!
    Makes me want to get the 8x10 out and trek up to the frozen river to shoot ice forms.
    All the best,
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    Same setup as above.

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    Thanks Mike, much appreciated. Yes black and white really gets to the core of this type of scene. The attached pic is of Lynch Clough in Derbyshire UK, it was made famous by John Blakemore who did a series on it. It was he who turned me on to this type of photography around 1979/80 when I saw his shot of a waterfall at Afon Gamlan, there was no turning back after that

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