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Old March 5th, 2013, 09:33 PM
Terry Lee Terry Lee is offline
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Originally Posted by Dawid Loubser View Post
I produce these two images yesterday. I have not used my view camera in almost two months, and wanted to try out a new film-developing tank. I forgot just what a sensual compositional experience it is using that beautiful large ground glass (compared to the usual SLRs etc that we use).


Ilford HP5+, 1950s chrome Super-Angulon 90mm f/8.0

Steely Arum

Ilford HP5+, APO-Symmar 150mm f/5.6
I love the spoons! Nice composition!

And yes, the ground glass is my personal wonderland! Down into the rabbit hole I go!
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