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06-10-2011, 07:32 PM   #2011
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All shot with 645N + A 75mm + Kodak Ektar. If you get your film developed by some shop, are they supposed to do prints on 4x6? I got some stuff cut out of one of my images that sort of upset me ... I realize that scanning + editing is a lot more time consuming than ordering CDs even if it is a good deal more expensive.

















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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Shoot 4x5 and crop?


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That's the plan it's also probably cheaper than with a roll.

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Very nice...I even know where the photo was taken from!

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Thanks. Shot the same day as I did that lighthouse at Fort Casey State Park in color. Only now finished that roll of film when I did the baseball game. That is the Strait of Juan De Fuca out there just in case.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Thanks. Shot the same day as I did that lighthouse at Fort Casey State Park in color. Only now finished that roll of film when I did the baseball game. That is the Strait of Juan De Fuca out there just in case.
I used to live at the base of those large "hills" in the distance.


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That's the plan it's also probably cheaper than with a roll.

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Forgot that the long axis of the 4x5 sheet is less than 17cm. You would have to have a 5x7 camera to go 6x17. 6x12, however is do-able with your Chamonix with a roll-film holder ($$$ for the holder). Cost for 6x12 would probably be somewhat less per frame if using 120 rather than 4x5 for B&W and significantly less for 120 if you were shooting Ektar 100.
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645D / 35mm

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645D / 35mm
Wow! wonderful. How is it that there appears to be movement in the clouds? Combination of multiple exposures? ND?

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DAMN nice shot, the long time exposure is just right, the buildings and their reflections are delicious. AND it's all done with 120 film! Bravo

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It was a 30 second single exposure, using ND filters and CPL.
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645D / 35mm
Fantastic shot, lovely!

QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
DAMN nice shot, the long time exposure is just right, the buildings and their reflections are delicious. AND it's all done with 120 film! Bravo
+1 Jussi, but I think it's actually a digital shot? (645D)
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Marvellous shot. Creative use of those filters, too. Damn, I thought I was done spending
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+1 Jussi, but I think it's actually a digital shot? (645D)
WOW, that's good digital
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WOW, that's good digital
...and that is why I wish I had an extra $12000 - $13000 sitting around for a 645D and lenses.


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some more from me.

love the minimum focusing distance of the 55 f/4


6x7, 55 f/4, portra 400

cat

105 2.4 and pro 400h

some with velvia 100




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Photo #2 and #3 of my large format career
Not very succesful so far out of 6 screw-up 4 for unknown reasons, one out of focus (which actually OK from an ambience point of view) and one acceptable.


I confirmed two theories:
  1. cannot take large format photos with a dog and a wife waiting
  2. if it not staying permanently in your bag, you will forget to take it - the meter in that case (so now I have al old Pilot in a pocket of that bag ad vitam)
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