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Old 10-03-2018   #361
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Old 10-08-2018   #362
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Slightly cropped,
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Old 10-09-2018   #363
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For a camera made over a hundred years ago^^^^^this should give some of us pause as we talk about recent and relentless “advances” in photography.
Nice shot. But, he’s a bit too tidy, obviously hasn’t been to Belleau Wood yet.
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My friend represents a soldier of the 32nd US Infantry Division, "The Red Arrows" / "Les Terribles". Freshly arrived from across the ocean.

They had their baptism of fire in the Elsas and later fought in the Meuse-Argonne offensive.
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Old 10-09-2018   #365
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Rick,
It’s nice, and becoming rarer, to find someone whose sense of history extends backward, past the day of their own birth.
Always enjoy seeing your re-enactment photos, and your Contax information. Keep it coming .
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We need a bigger backdrop.....

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Old 11-16-2018   #368
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The village of Perafita, in central Catalonia.

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I'm inspired by this one: 8x10" film, 480mm Xenar lens, prolly natural light. Ultra large format fidelity, and depth of field as thin as a sheet of paper. This technique only works with very cooperative patient subjects.

480 Xenar 8x10" Portrait from the Internet by Nokton48, on Flickr

This is the type of large format portraiture I like to do. Printed 16x20 it is stunning to view up close. This inspires me to dust off my Sinar Normas in my retirement. I have much to do. Typically I study the ground glass for a very very long time before exposing a few sheets.


480mm Xenar, Sinar P2 by Nokton48, on Flickr

Bernice has a 480mm F4.5 Xenar. I'd buy one if I could find it! Lovely rig Sinar P2 (Perfection) Black 5x7" here, I believe.
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Initial try at 4X5. Wista 45 field camera with Nikkor-W 135 5.6 and Tri-X 320. Something weird near bottom left (which I crudely cloned out), not sure if it was a slight light leak or something at the lab during development.

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Washington Monument in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Wista 45 and Nikkor-SW 90 f8, with Ilford FP4+ film
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Saltash Passage, Plymouth, from the Normandy garden.
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Cool Mamiya 127mm on MPP VII

Mango was only 4-5ft from me, rangefinder focused, hand held Adox CMS100. No tripods needed.
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Very fine photo Larry
Thank you, very much.

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Open Museum Weekend 2019 - Dutch Army Engineer Museum
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Here's one;
[IMG]NY_Adirondacks_Birches by Chapel Pond_009 by , on Flickr[/IMG]

Adirondack Mountains, New York State
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[IMG]Island In The Sky UT_8 by Paul Cooper, on Flickr[/IMG]

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Pretty sure those gloves are too nice, especially for a Tech Sergeant. Always enjoy your photos, though, as well as the others here.
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I'm as surprised as you
This T-4 is a regular motorpool/maintenance/engineer soldier. But the T-4 rank is not reserved for just those military occupations.
A motion picture cameraman for example, has less grease to deal with



Same event as above. WW1 Poilus. Missed the focus by *this* much.
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Arca Swiss Field 4x5 - Kodak TMax 100 negative on Ilford FB Warmtone 8x10

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Birches. Adirondacks, N.Y.
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