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Jan 23, 2020 11:41 |  #2806

airfrogusmc wrote in post #18997185 (external link)
THANKS so much. If you get a chance read some of the reviews of that lens. It is on of Hassy Zeiss's very best.

I was going through some old negs and found these from when I shot weddings. I haven't shot weddings since 1997 except some commitments I had to shoot after my divorce and dissolving that business.
These are from the mid 1990s. 500 C/M 180 cf Sonnar, hasselblad softar 1 filter tmax 400 and rodinal 50:1
Scans are not near as good as the prints
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Fabulous Allen! Judging by these beautiful scans the originals must be terrific.


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Jan 23, 2020 12:23 |  #2807

sapearl wrote in post #18997209 (external link)
Fabulous Allen! Judging by these beautiful scans the originals must be terrific.

Thanks Stuart. I, by far, prefer the prints. More subtlety in tone and more detail in both shadows and highlights.




  
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Jan 23, 2020 14:55 |  #2808

Allen, are these hand held or on a tripod?


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Jan 23, 2020 15:51 |  #2809

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Allen, are these hand held or on a tripod?

All the Hasselblad stuff is on a tripod. On location. 10 X 20 med gray muslin with the subjects about 10 ft from the background. All shot with a 30 X 40 soft box feathered into a large white reflector for fill. 1st bridal portraits with a back light into the veil. Second turned to the back ground.




  
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Jan 23, 2020 19:32 |  #2810

I would consider getting the 180 soon but I just picked this monster up over the holidays:

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Jan 23, 2020 19:43 |  #2811

[QUOTE=sapearl;1899628​5]These are companion shots to the earlier pics of the Huellet unloaders. While he was alive my father was a prolific artist and one summer day in 1999 we visited these old machines right before they were dismantled. He had his sketch pad and I had my medium format.

The second one is fantastic!!!!!


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Jan 23, 2020 19:52 |  #2812

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I would consider getting the 180 soon but I just picked this monster up over the holidays:
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Looks pretty cool. A real pano camera. Have you made in photographs with it yet? Takes 120 film correct?

If you do decide to get the 180 I would highly recommend getting the CF version.




  
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Jan 23, 2020 20:38 |  #2813

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Looks pretty cool. A real pano camera. Have you made in photographs with it yet? Takes 120 film correct?

Yes 120. 5x12 images. 6 per roll. Composing is challenging as the lens is crazy wide and the viewfinder only shows 90% of the final image.
Here is one. I will post more as I get them scanned.

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Jan 23, 2020 21:33 |  #2814

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Yes 120. 5x12 images. 6 per roll. Composing is challenging as the lens is crazy wide and the viewfinder only shows 90% of the final image.
Here is one. I will post more as I get them scanned.
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WOW that is freak'n cool.

The more you use it the more used to it you will get. A rangefinder isn't all that accurate either but I am pretty good at hitting the corp especially with a 35mm lens. The more you do it the better you get.




  
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Jan 23, 2020 21:46 |  #2815

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These are companion shots to the earlier pics of the Huellet unloaders. While he was alive my father was a prolific artist and one summer day in 1999 we visited these old machines right before they were dismantled. He had his sketch pad and I had my medium format.

The second one is fantastic!!!!!

Thanks Ed, much appreciated.;-)a


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Jan 24, 2020 01:14 |  #2816

Finally giving Hp5 another try. Taken with my Elan 7 w/ 50mm f1.8. Developed in Xtol 1+1.

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Jan 24, 2020 06:31 |  #2817

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Finally giving Hp5 another try. Taken with my Elan 7 w/ 50mm f1.8. Developed in Xtol 1+1.

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IMO the top one has the most impact Regan, but the grouping is a nice little narrative.


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Jan 24, 2020 08:58 |  #2818

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IMO the top one has the most impact Regan, but the grouping is a nice little narrative.

Thank you. The first photo is also my favorite. He was so proud of his little cousin lol. As soon as I walked in the door he gave me a hug and took me to see his cousin.


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Jan 24, 2020 09:05 |  #2819

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IMO the top one has the most impact Regan, but the grouping is a nice little narrative.

I have to agree. Lovely set of photographs, though.


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Jan 24, 2020 12:43 as a reply to  @ Owain Shaw's post |  #2820

Thank you.


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