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@Kevin Allan, your Rannoch moor photo is sodding brilliant. Really like that composition and the exposure is spot on. Love it.
 

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Another test shot from the Chroma.

Fomapan 100 shot with a Nikkor 180mm lens from about 10cm away.

Feathers lose up
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@Kevin Allan, your Rannoch moor photo is sodding brilliant. Really like that composition and the exposure is spot on. Love it.
Gee thanks @Woodsy. It's very pleasing to get positive feedback from someone who's won a POTY.

With regard to the exposure, I spot metered off a grey card. I think I used a polariser on this one and metered at ISO20 to allow for 2 and 1/3rds stop extra for the filter. I took another version with a yellow filter (and no pola) which lightened the grasses nicely but, as you would expect, the reflection of the tree is less prominent.

The sky has been darkened with a virtual ND grad in Lightroom but this is nothing that can't be done in the darkroom when I get round to doing a wet print.

I didn't develop the film for long enough and the neg is very flat - it'll probably need Grade 4 at least in the darkroom.
 
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50mm Summicron.
Pin sharp isn't it.

Perhaps you already know but the glass quite 'soft' and thus susceptible to fine scratches when cleaning the front element.

I haven't had cause for concern as yet but worth bearing in mind;)
 
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Pin sharp isn't it.

Perhaps you already know but the glass quite 'soft' and thus susceptible to fine scratches when cleaning the front element.

I haven't had cause for concern as yet but worth bearing in mind;)
Thanks, I'll be wary! It came with a matching Leitz UVa filter for protection.
 

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Well look at me posting photos all over the show, Machine gun Andy, that's me. :D

Wista Field 45, Nikkor 180mm f5.6 on Fomapan 100.

Orchid close up 2
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I took out my 2002 Hasselblad 501CM again loaded in an A16 back with 09/2006 dated Konica VX 400 pro . I had bought loads of it cheaply years ago when it was 'Fresh' ! i processed in CPAC C41 developer, Fuji-Hunt Bleach and 'sale price' Champion Fixer. Scan was with a 'Freecycle' Epson 2480 flatbed + Vuescan Pro + FastStone Image Viewer.
Three Photos taken in Weald Country Park near Bentwood, Essex I used the 180mm f4 CFi Sonnar for the more distant ones, 80mm f2.8 CFE Planar for overhanging leaves on dried-up pond VX400 07.jpg VX400 08.jpg VX400 09.jpg
 

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Some awesome images in this thread!

Here's a couple of my recent portraits - mono are HP5+ and colour are Reala all captured on either my RB67 or RZ67. Mono are home developed and colour are lab developed.





All good but that first one is spot on, I could look at that image all day long
 
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As it was persisting down the other day I shot an indoor selfie! :D


Sans titre-3 TP.jpg

Tachihara 45

Fomapan 100 OOD

150mm, 250 seconds with reciprocicy ( metered at 16 secs) @ F/11

HC-110 solution B 6mins @ 20C

Epson 4870 scan

Heavy crop , slight curve adjustment ( to pull back the highlights a tad), No sharpening.
 

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So is there a secret to getting in focus portraits? I have failed abysmally to getting anything right and those images are just fab.
Thanks :) I tend to rack focus back & forth, gradually slowing down until I think I'm getting pretty close to focus and then I just guess as good as I can :) my magnifier on the RB waist level finder is broken and I like to shoot at wide apertures so I've gotten pretty good at winging it haha.
 

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It's me under a darcloth! :D

It's a pot figure that stands nearly 6 inches tall made out of a very coarse clay.

Only one of its kind as I specifically ordered it from an English potter who visits Sospel sometimes twice a year and exhibits his produce.

He makes a whole mixture of stuff out of different clays and actually enjoys producing something different to the "norm" so he was delighted to make this " LF Tog " for me:)
 

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Talking of Large Format......

Storm Front 1
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Wista Field 45, Nikkor 180mm f5.6 on OOD Fuji NS160.

Perch Rock, New Brighton just before the rains came.
 
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It's me under a darcloth! :D

It's a pot figure that stands nearly 6 inches tall made out of a very coarse clay.

Only one of its kind as I specifically ordered it from an English potter who visits Sospel sometimes twice a year and exhibits his produce.

He makes a whole mixture of stuff out of different clays and actually enjoys producing something different to the "norm" so he was delighted to make this " LF Tog " for me:)

Thats really cool.
 
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Talking of Large Format......

Storm Front 1
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Wista Field 45, Nikkor 180mm f5.6 on OOD Fuji NS160.

Perch Rock, New Brighton just before the rains came.
Very nice Andy, Smashing composition and a great dramatic sky.
 
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Talking of Large Format......

Storm Front 1
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Wista Field 45, Nikkor 180mm f5.6 on OOD Fuji NS160.

Perch Rock, New Brighton just before the rains came.
Whilst this is fantastic Andy I actually prefer your other shot on Flickr - Storm Front 2 (Hope you don't hate me for saying this!)

It looks like an ND filter has added a slight purple tint to areas of the water in this one; might be completely wrong?
 
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Thanks Fraser. I didn't use any filters and I can't see any purple, however I am colour blind so who knows :D I suspect that any tint on the water is a reflection from the clouds, they were beginning to look like a florid bruise at this point.
 
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Same shot as above but on the Chroma and fomapan 100.

Storm Front 5
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Funnily enough, I've literally just seen that in the Flickr Group Andy. Another excellent result from your Chroma :) I'm going to put a mail together for the Chroma mailing list, along with Instagram/Facebook/Twitter with your shots later on today if that's ok?
 

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And another... what is he doing?????

A bit more panoramic this time and on the Wista from a different angle, this was about 3 minutes before the heavens opened, I just managed to get all the kit back in the bag before it got soaked.

Storm Front 3 pano
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I think I prefer this one but it needs a bit more work before I get it printed.
 

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Funnily enough, I've literally just seen that in the Flickr Group Andy. Another excellent result from your Chroma :) I'm going to put a mail together for the Chroma mailing list, along with Instagram/Facebook/Twitter with your shots later on today if that's ok?
Yep, no problem mate. Same rates as usual I suspect :D
 
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