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Asha

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This first one was taken on probably the last roll of film I put through the 645 Super before trading it in (sheds a tear)

Looming by Jonathan Woods, on Flickr

And this one was taken using the 70-200 F/4 that I bought with the money from the trade (mounted on the F5).

After the rain by Jonathan Woods, on Flickr

Thoughts welcome as always :)
 
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The one frame from my roll of Ilford Delta that didn't perish when the back opened


Ilford Delta 100 Ruin
by S8, on Flickr

And a single frame from a very OOD roll of XP2 taken whilst I was helping clear up on a small Cay that was hit by Hurricane Dorian last September.


Ilford XP2 400 Super OOD
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I'm just glad he was only 6 inches long... the look in his eye said "if I was bigger you'd be lunch".
 
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Managed to escape with the car to Shakerly Mere today. Quite pleased with this one.

Tomiyama Art Pano 170, Ilford Pan F Plus in HC110-B

Don't Throw Yourself In
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Been playing in the shed/studio with the cambo studio camera, these are just window light.

Not sure if I just focused too far forward or if I've got a bit of diffraction, shot on foma at f45 and exposed for about lunch time)


2020-02-LF001_foma100 by Steven, on Flickr


This one is lovely and sharp front to back and at f32

2020-02-LF002_foma100 by Steven, on Flickr


Excuse them being a bit rough.
 

Asha

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Been playing in the shed/studio with the cambo studio camera, these are just window light.

Not sure if I just focused too far forward or if I've got a bit of diffraction, shot on foma at f45 and exposed for about lunch time)


2020-02-LF001_foma100 by Steven, on Flickr


This one is lovely and sharp front to back and at f32

2020-02-LF002_foma100 by Steven, on Flickr


Excuse them being a bit rough.
Diffraction?
All I can see is two very clean, crisp and well executed LF images
So the shed, is that where you’re ‘sent’ when naughty?.......it’s to hope it’s insulated then as you’re likely to spend most of your time there!
 
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Diffraction?
All I can see is two very clean, crisp and well executed LF images
So the shed, is that where you’re ‘sent’ when naughty?.......it’s to hope it’s insulated then as you’re likely to spend most of your time there!
Cheers Asha, its a little soft when blown up a bit more. I can live with it just now though.

Fitted out the shed over the summer, quite a lot of insulation and its still freezing some times quite literally but its great for a bit of peace.
 
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