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11-07-2011, 01:08 PM   #121
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Thanks, Kris. I will say that 8x10 has actually made darkroom time a little bit easier. I simply didn't have the room for a 4x5 enlarger and 4x5 contact prints didn't do anything for me. 8x10 contact printing can be done simply. My only problem is that my darkroom is still too cramped and lint filled (my laundry room was the only room with running water that I could easily lightproof). Hopefully someday I can get a different set-up going, because 8x10 is definitely a blast and even my less than perfect contact prints are a thing of beauty to behold. A friend who also shoots 8x10 (and larger) contact prints on Lodima in Amidol. The prints are "jaw hits the floor" gorgeous (and his Deardorff V11 is "jaw hits and goes through the floor beautiful"!)

Edward Weston never made anything but contact prints, mostly 8x10. Then there is Clyde Butcher in another catagory altogether Clyde Butcher - Black and White Fine Art Photographer Some very special things going on when you get into the art photographer community.
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Very nice! They have waterfalls like that in Wisconsin?


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Very nice! They have waterfalls like that in Wisconsin?
Thanks, yes we do. This is Manitou Falls located south of Superior, WI. The drop is 165 feet which is considerably higher than most in the state.

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Treker, nice to see someone else using the Signet 35, great pic!
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shot using a Canon AT-1 w/50mm 1.8 SC lens.

Seeing exposures from all these old cameras is pretty interesting....
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School corridor

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That looks like one scary school! Nice shot!

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Whoa - GRITTY! I like it, Jussi.

Almost has a post-apocalyptic sense to it...

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Yer huddled masses by Nesster, on Flickr

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Whoa - GRITTY! I like it, Jussi.

Almost has a post-apocalyptic sense to it...

-Joe-
Agree, love this one, Jussi!

a little more with the grain:

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