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    Untitled by The McCusker, on Flickr

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    ^^^ cool - any chance of getting a larger size for my wide-screen monitor @ work?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaFred View Post
    ^^ less d.o.f. would have blurred out your background more
    - In other words, a bigger aperture (smaller f-stop) is needed for that nice bokeh.
    (Shutter speed will have to increase, but your camera should get pretty close in 'Av' [aperture value] mode)

    *just expounding on your post ImaFred
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    biggest I have is 4116 x 2503
    That OK?
    if so shoot me a PM with your email

    heres a couple more of my recent favorites


    Untitled by The McCusker, on Flickr


    Untitled by The McCusker, on Flickr


    A Classic Honda by The McCusker, on Flickr

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    ^^ I did that 'a classic honda' one
    PM sent (in 10 seconds for the other file)
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    Teamhaymaker - your cars / trucks reminds me of a recent shoot in Campo, CA - Motor-truck Museum.

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    cool pic

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    I recently joined looking for MTB threads and insight, but I just spent over an hour looking at Photography threads. Man, there's some real talent here... as if you didn't already know that.

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    used to dable a bit before I had to sell my gear






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    Here is my version of the Badwater basin. Astia 100 converted to B&W in PP, 4x5 Linhof Technika IV and Symmar-S 135/5.6


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    And while at it, here is my version of the Zabriskie point, same gear/film/scheisse weather.


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    mow thats just showing off lol

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    , 4x5 Linhof Technika IV and Symmar-S 135/5.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by POAH View Post
    mow thats just showing off lol
    I know I know. bbbut, it was a good ebay score.

    How about an urban picture taken with a pre-WW2 Linhof Technika 5x7 and a modern ultra-wide Fuji NSW 90/8?



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    fargo, flowers by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    fatbike by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    waves and wind by mbeganyi, on Flickr


    pugsley and beach by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    I know I know. bbbut, it was a good ebay score.

    How about an urban picture taken with a pre-WW2 Linhof Technika 5x7 and a modern ultra-wide Fuji NSW 90/8?



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    creamy... tonewise. I just love the sensuous velvety tones, very 50's to my eye.

    What scanner did you use? How do you print these? I find other's workflow very interesting...
    Making the smack track baby.

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    me love to share, some of my shots


    like a boss! _MG_1451 by yeow_Z, on Flickr

    50mm f1.8 (shoot through glass)

    hummingbird IMG_2173 by yeow_Z, on Flickr


    Newport Beach Pier _MG_1331 by yeow_Z, on Flickr


    Queen Mary _MG_0345 by yeow_Z, on Flickr

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    WOOOOOOOOWWWW freaking awesome photos guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsieb View Post
    creamy... tonewise. I just love the sensuous velvety tones, very 50's to my eye.

    What scanner did you use? How do you print these? I find other's workflow very interesting...
    Thank you. Soft low contrast tones and extra shallow DOF is why I do LF. Sometimes I do contact prints (a 5x7 negative is big enough for a frame, 8x10 can be amazing), but I mostly scan them (Epson V700 + anti-Newton-ring-glass) and then print them on inkjets like the ancient E1280. I have not been very productive lately though and since I had moved a year ago, I have not touched my LF gear at all. Mostly cellphone camera it is these days for me but I have plans to build a dark room again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    I know I know. bbbut, it was a good ebay score.

    How about an urban picture taken with a pre-WW2 Linhof Technika 5x7 and a modern ultra-wide Fuji NSW 90/8?



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    Thats very ice. I used to shoot with a bronica etrs. Liked using slow B&W film like efke 25. Only camera I have now is an old eos5 that's got a roll of IR film in it

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    here are some pictures i took today!

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    DSC_0001.jpg

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    ^^^ no offense, but those are 'snapshots' - some cool cars maybe, but not 'Photography'
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Here is one oldie: Soda Lake taken at Zzyzx, California. I do not have good memories of that place, I heard some really scary shrieks there while waiting for the shot.


    4x5 Astia 100, Symmar-S 5.6/150

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