W/NW Large format transparency landscapes
Old 06-01-2018   #1
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W/NW Large format transparency landscapes

If you have any large format transparency landscape images to share, post them here with the description.


Pond at Abraham's Meadow. Adirondack Mountains, New York.

NY_Adirondacks_Abrahams Meadow Pond_006 by Paul Cooper, on Flickr
Toyo Field, 90/6.8 Rodenstock Grandagon, EPP 4x5 film.
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Old 06-01-2018   #2
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Wow, that's stunning!

Neat idea for a thread.

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Old 06-01-2018   #3
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Lovely photo Paul. Looking forward to seeing more additions to this thread.
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Large format color transparencies are incredible to look at, especially on a light table. It something I always wished I had done. I had a 4x5 camera for a short time, and used it for black and white, but it was too big and heavy for me, as even back then, 20 yrs ago, I wasn't able to carry that much weight around due to health issues. I sold the camera and lenses long ago.

Paul, your photo is gorgeous, I second Lynnb's suggestion: please post more.
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Large Format Transparencies are one of the most beautiful ways to view an image I think...

For anyone interested, there is a Photographer named Ben Horne that shoots 8x10 Landscapes and has a Youtube series documenting his process and doing so. Well worth the watch.

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Chamonix 045n-2, Rodenstock Grandagon 90/6.8; just a local pond...

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Chamonix 045n-2, Rodenstock Grandagon 90/6.8; just a local pond...
luscious colour Brbo!
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So, there's some interest. i have to admit; I gave up 4x5 when the E-6 processing became hard to accomplish. I loved the meditative quality of large format photography, though.
Here's one: Twin Pond,Adirondacks, New York.


NY_Adirondacks_Twin Pond_005 by Paul Cooper, on Flickr

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Tachihara, Rodenstock Grandagon 90mm, Velvia 50. Both shots from near the summit of Slate Peak, WA. First is looking to the east, second looking into the North Cascades to the west.




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Tachihara, Rodenstock Grandagon 90mm, Velvia 50. Both shots from near the summit of Slate Peak, WA. First is looking to the east, second looking into the North Cascades to the west.



I love the way those hills and ridges just fade away into ever diminishing tones but without ever losing the amazing detail.
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Those look amazing!


Always wanted to try E6 4x5 but came to it a bit late. B&w was much more affordable; and having occasional mishaps with dark slides and loading seemed to indicate my choice of sticking with b&w was the appropriate one.
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One more;
Stoney Pond, Adirondacks, New York.

[IMG]NY_Adirondacks_Stoney Pond_015 by P, on Flickr[/IMG]

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Busch Pressman D , Portra 400
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OOPPPS not transparencies so please pardon my negs and not landscapes....
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The texture is amazing in these images. How did you scan them?
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I think this was Velvia. Lens was Rodenstock Sironar 210
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Impressive silhouette.
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Impressive silhouette.
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Peter, those greens are amazing!
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The texture is amazing in these images. How did you scan them?
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I have an epson V700 and I scanned from the negatives. The prints from these negatives are even better.

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From October last year in Yosemite. Smoke in the air from control burns. Chamonix 45-F1 field camera, Ektar 100 film.

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Beautiful pictures...but how to get there, at least from my current perspective, beats the purpose.
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