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Sep 24, 2014 14:05 |  #1456

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Sep 25, 2014 09:15 |  #1457

My first LF negative. Ilford HP5+ shot in a Wista VX with the APO-Symmar 135 f/5.6 @ 5.6.

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Developed in DD-X using a Mod54. I digitized this with a Pentax Macro-Takumar 50 f/4 on a Fuji X-Pro1. Neg was lighted with an Artograph Lightpad 920. The final product was a stitch of 4 images, done with Photomerge (re-position) in Photoshop CC 2014. Neg was inverted in ColorPerfect and post-processed in LR5.6. Sharpening with Focus Magic.

My next step is to try to increase the number of images used in the stitch. 4 X-Pro1 images gives a final usable image of ~30MP (given overlap), but I'd really like to push this up to ~100MP or more, for (a) making large prints and/or (b) making smaller, high resolution prints.

Oh, and here's a 100% crop of the same:

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Sep 25, 2014 09:47 |  #1458

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Sep 25, 2014 13:05 |  #1459

edge100 wrote in post #17176830 (external link)
My first LF negative. Ilford HP5+ shot in a Wista VX with the APO-Symmar 135 f/5.6 @ 5.6.

Developed in DD-X using a Mod54. I digitized this with a Pentax Macro-Takumar 50 f/4 on a Fuji X-Pro1. Neg was lighted with an Artograph Lightpad 920. The final product was a stitch of 4 images, done with Photomerge (re-position) in Photoshop CC 2014. Neg was inverted in ColorPerfect and post-processed in LR5.6. Sharpening with Focus Magic.

My next step is to try to increase the number of images used in the stitch. 4 X-Pro1 images gives a final usable image of ~30MP (given overlap), but I'd really like to push this up to ~100MP or more, for (a) making large prints and/or (b) making smaller, high resolution prints.

Oh, and here's a 100% crop of the same:

that's awesome, thought you used a scanner for that, not the X-Pro1!
don't have the patience to use a camera as scanner although I tried once scanning a 6x7 Velvia with the A7+FD50 macro using the Ipad as light source.

here's an 8x10 print that I made last night from a 4x5 shoot of Hector Lake, had to learn on the fly how to dodge & burn too

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the black and tonality is so much rich than the digital scan
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Sep 25, 2014 13:09 |  #1460

taemo wrote in post #17177242 (external link)
that's awesome, thought you used a scanner for that, not the X-Pro1!
don't have the patience to use a camera as scanner although I tried once scanning a 6x7 Velvia with the A7+FD50 macro using the Ipad as light source.

This was purely a feasibility test. As it happens, for this particular negative the process was simple, and the stitching very quick. For negatives with less detail, it might get more difficult to stitch, but we shall see.

I'm REALLY hoping not to have to go down the flatbed route.

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here's an 8x10 print that I made last night from a 4x5 shoot of Hector Lake, had to learn on the fly how to dodge & burn too
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VERY nice. I wonder what a print of the scan (on good paper like Ilford Mono Gold Silk or Canson Baryta) would look like.


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Sep 26, 2014 06:06 as a reply to  @ edge100's post |  #1461

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Sep 26, 2014 09:08 |  #1462

TylerSwingle wrote in post #17178446 (external link)
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I like this one, reminds me of the farms I saw when living in Kentucky.




  
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Sep 26, 2014 10:21 |  #1463

taemo wrote in post #17177242 (external link)
the black and tonality is so much rich than the digital scan

Yet, wet print looks more natural to me...

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If I want my wet print to be more B/W on RC paper, I use #7 filter from old Ilford filters kit.
My new one goes only up to #5.

And another thing is developing time. It has to be around five or even more minutes, to reveal more details/tones, not one-two minutes.

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Sep 26, 2014 10:59 |  #1464

Like that last one Tyler!

Nice prints Taemo & KoFe!

I took the RB67 out for some landscape shooting yesterday. In about 7 hours, I only took 5 photos, but I expect to be quite happy with all of them! I'll be going out to finish the first roll this evening, and hopefully I'll be able to get my backlog of 7 rolls developed next week....

Here's an M4-P shot, taken with Superia 200 and converted to B&W.

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Sep 26, 2014 11:08 as a reply to  @ B.Toews's post |  #1465

Thanks neighbor! :D
I like the clouds on yours, kind of canvas texture.


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Sep 26, 2014 20:16 |  #1466

You guys are a horrible influence.

I'm at this dangerous stage where I work too much, have too little time and the cash is burning a hole in my pocket to get into the 4*5

The last few photo exhibitions I've seen were large format work as well, and the huge prints are insane in terms of tonality. Maybe if I didn't give away a 4*5 omega, I'd do it.


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Sep 26, 2014 20:18 |  #1467

kf - how's the shadow detail on that house in real life? It seems to be in zone zero mostly.


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Sep 27, 2014 09:09 |  #1468

DocFrankenstein wrote in post #17179702 (external link)
kf - how's the shadow detail on that house in real life? It seems to be in zone zero mostly.

I zeroed it to the siluette on purpose.


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Sep 27, 2014 16:49 as a reply to  @ post 17173716 |  #1469
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Finally, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Last week I bought a supposedly good condition Yashica Mat on Ebay. For $80 shipped. Such a deal don't exist on ebay, apparently. I got the camera yesterday and feeling a bit disappointed. Instead, I got a somewhat unclean, unused camera, estate quality gear..sigh.. The only thing was working was the shutter mechanism and the lens is good condition. Last night, I spent over 4 hours (until 3am) cleaning the lens elements, cleaning and lubing the crank winding mechanism, refoaming the film door, cleaned the mirror and the focusing screen, and removed and lubed the focusing knob. Of course, I didn't know if the camera really works until this morning doing few test shots.

No filters were used.

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It was the WD40 loosen the winding mechanism....without removing all the parts.

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Oct 01, 2014 07:19 |  #1470

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