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02-16-2013, 12:57 AM   #1696
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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
I am a little confused or maybe not. Even with a 6x12 negative, the 90mm Angulon is still only a moderate wide angle and produces a pano in much the same way as if I were to mount my 90mm Caltar on the Chamonix with a 4x5 sheet and do a "letterbox" crop of the final image. In other words, the horizontal FOV is hardly extreme. A 60mm or 45mm on the other hand...


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Sure but hauling around a converted Holga pin hole is much easier and you should be able to handhold. And I agree the ultra wide angle perspective is not there as much as using a 75mm LF lens in both cases.

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Old railwailstation Beekbergen

Some picture i've took last week on a old railwailstation in Beekbergen (Netherlands)

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WoW stunning lines!!

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You were right the first time. That's not a Super Angulon in the link.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
You were right the first time. That's not a Super Angulon in the link.
Oh.
Shows you what I know of LF lenses
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Pentax 645 + SMC 67 300mm/4, Ilford HP5+, XTol 1:1

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Here are a couple of shots of my wife from our recent trip to Edinburgh, and one of a rainy window with the castle as a backdrop. Shot on Tri-X at 400, Pentax 645 with (I think) the FA 75mm, developed in Ilfosol 3 and scanned on the Epson V500. Cross-posted to the medium format thread.





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This is from last summer. I had a bunch of others photos that were somehow more important when I scanned this so it kinda got forgotten until now.

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Another nice one Coltaon. I love the detail from the 67. Nice diagonal motions in the water.
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Another nice one Coltaon. I love the detail from the 67. Nice diagonal motions in the water.
Thanks David.
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A bit more fun with the Spottie, expired Tmax 100 and the 50mm f1.4. Developed in HC-110 (H) and scanned on the V600.
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QuoteOriginally posted by henkvanzuylen Quote
Some picture i've took last week on a old railwailstation in Beekbergen (Netherlands)

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I'm really liking those shots. I've never used Delta 400. Perhaps I need to give it a try
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This is from last summer. I had a bunch of others photos that were somehow more important when I scanned this so it kinda got forgotten until now.

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Oh Colton........ once again you really hit the sweet spot with that 67
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