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Arri

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Stone sculpture park
« on: May 16, 2020, 08:45:59 »
Nikon V1 with 30-110mm @51mm full open. I love this pretty smal camera and the tiny lenses. I can take the whole camera stuff in a little back and the 10MP resolution is good enough for me.


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Re: Stone sculpture park
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2020, 09:03:06 »
Another sample I made in the stone sculpture park.
Cyanotype as a irongelantineprint
Original picture taken with Nikon F2A and the Micro Nikkor 4/200mm.
Adox Silvermax 100 in Wehner Developer
Blow up of the 35mm negativ, size is 8x12"
Self coated paper: Fabriano Watercolour Studio 240g/m²


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Re: Stone sculpture park
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2020, 17:51:17 »
Arri, I like the grain in the second one (though in places it has a grid-like pattern, which looks like it may be a scanning artifact rather than grain from your film processing and printing).  I take lots of photos of rocks, and used to like the way that grain in black-and-white film photos complemented the natural rock texture.  Cheers, John