Photo shoot with Anton.

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Photo shoot with Anton.

Post by alexvaras » Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:04 am

Hi all,

This Anton, an former student of mine that we became friends after all.

Voigtlander Bergheil 10x15, Heliar 18cm f/4.5

This first is 9x12 dry plate, soviet outdated in 80's, it suppose to be fast but after a test I rated as ASA 5, histogram at the scanner was placed in the middle. Despite the age it's a good batch by judging the outcome.

1/4sec f/8

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Anton.

Still one DELTA 100 9x12 and two Fotopan 10x15 to develop from the same session.

Thank you for looking.
Alex

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Post by Philip » Mon Jul 22, 2019 3:29 pm

Very nice work with your old plate film. I have some 9x12cm and some 6x9cm cut films from that era and a little before, that I should get out to use! You are inspiring. :)


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Post by PFMcFarland » Mon Jul 22, 2019 11:24 pm

Well done, Alex.

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Post by alexvaras » Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:55 am

Philip wrote:Very nice work with your old plate film. I have some 9x12cm and some 6x9cm cut films from that era and a little before, that I should get out to use! You are inspiring. :)


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wow Philip, this last think you have said it mean a lot to me, you may like the photo or not, but inspire... Major words!
PFMcFarland wrote:Well done, Alex.

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Thanks PF, always I find your support invaluable.
All the rest of readers as well, I'm here thanks to you :)

Now another photo of Anton, this time 9x12, Delta 100, straight portrait, it went well I think but some tips about modelling I have been reading are quite right, I'm writing down all of them in small notebook to carry around and do notations.

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Anton #2.

More to come from this series :)
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