River scene

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  1. martin henson

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    Not been doing much 4x5 work of late, concentrating on some 6x6 pinhole work lately, you can view them here http://martinimages.photium.com/portfolio435704.html

    This image was taken looking down stream of the River Wharfe in Otley West Yorkshire.

    Primarily used to test my new Calter 11-N 90mm f/6.8 that replaced my rather large 90 Grandagon 90 f/4.5.
    I thought it would be a much darker experience under the cloth than the f/4.5 but had no problems viewing or focusing and the results looked equally as good as the Grandagon, so well pleased.

    For this I wanted the water to have a silky blur so I used a 6 stop ND filter.
    Used a small amount of front axis tilt.

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    Chamonix 045n-2
    Calter 11-N 90mm f/6.8
    Fuji Acros rated at 80iso
    Developed in Replenished Xtol stock 7 mins 20c
    I reduced the total dev time by 10% to control the highlights
    Exposure with front tilt 64 seconds @ f/32
    Scanned with Epson v800 using Vuescan
     
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  2. D_M_J

    D_M_J New Member

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    Very nice Martin! Lovely tones, and the long exposure works well.
     
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    Thank you DMJ

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