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N 102 B 17.2K C 6 E Sep 29, 2019 F Sep 29, 2019
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Don't worry you haven't got the wrong Flickr feed. I just like to mix it up a bit!

Here is a less successful 4x5 camera night photo. The wind blew the teasels in the foreground which I focused on so nothing was in focus. It looks nice if you squint hence I put a bigger border on.. though i like how it rendered the buildings bottom left.

Le Harve cityscape, France

4x5 Intrepid Camera (wooden view camera) + Fuji 250mm f6.3 lens + Horseman 6x7 roll film back + 120 Fomapan 100@100

Developing - 1:3 Xtol + 2.5ml Rodinal, 12min at 22 degrees, Epson v800 scan.

www.instagram.com/mrleicacom/

mrleica.com/intrepid-4x5-camera-review-large-format-film/


Tags:   foma fomapan fomapan 100 foma 100 mrleica.com

N 108 B 27.8K C 18 E Dec 30, 2014 F Dec 30, 2014
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Large format 1947 Pacemaker Speed Graphic + Kodak Aero Ektar 178mm f2.5 lens @ f2.5 + Horseman 6x7 roll film back with 120 Kodak T-Max 400

Tri-X 400@200. Rodinal Stand Development 1:150, 20 degrees, 42 mins. Epson v600 scan

My second batch of pulled Tri-X @200 using the same time/ temp. My first sucessful full roll of 6x7 images from the SpeedGraphic. Half shot indoor, half outside on location but all I love! Worth the hassle of large format :)

Kodak Tri-X FIlm - mrleica.com/2014/12/30/kodak-tri-x-film/
Large format photography - mrleica.com/2014/12/27/large-format-photography/

Tags:   Large Format 4x5 Speed Graphic Large format film 5x4 Mr Leica Matthew Osborne UK Large Format Photographer kodak t-max tmax 400 kodak t-max 400 bnw b&w black&white b&w film blackandwhite grain monochrome mono film analog analogue kodakfilm kodaktrix trix filmgrain people portrait aeroektar pacemaker large format photography

N 81 B 14.3K C 2 E Mar 3, 2015 F Mar 2, 2015
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Large format 1947 Pacemaker Speed Graphic + Kodak Aero Ektar 178mm f2.5 lens @ f2.5 + 2006 Expired Ilford Delta 400 + Horseman 6x7 120 roll film back

Model - Harriet

Thus film was shot in the same light as the Mamiya RZ 645 back photo I posted yesterday that came out very dark when developed. I really wanted this roll to work so developed at

Rodinal 1:175, 23 degrees, 55mins, 4 inversions.

It worked! Phew! :)
Epson v800 scan

Large format photography - mrleica.com/pacemaker-speed-graphic-4x5/

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N 83 B 13.7K C 8 E May 1, 2020 F May 1, 2020
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Honfleur, France 2019, developed today! A strange situation where I had my 4x5 camera and all the kit overseas as I drove.

Intrepid 4x5 camera + 75mm? + 6x7 Horseman 120 roll film back + 120 Kodak Ektar 100 film

(Film roll was mostly double exposed but this was inbetween the worst of the overlaps)

I will do a 4x5 video for YouTube when I get chance!

Developing - Expired C41 Tetanol kit, opened 8mths ago. Total disaster when poured developer into water already in the tank. I poured extra developer concentrate (expired) directly into the tank and left it for 7mins and just hoped. I was AMAZED when I got photos! ( Ijust took the practical approach and add more concentrate to make the water-diluted developer strong enough to develop the film if left long enough). Lucky!

mrleica.com/intrepid-4x5-camera-review-large-format-film/

How to develop film at home - mrleica.com/develop-film-home/


N 69 B 24.6K C 3 E Sep 29, 2019 F Sep 29, 2019
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Don't worry you haven't got the wrong Flickr feed. I just like to mix it up a bit!

This probably looks like a crappy photo of a tractor..which maybe it is to most people..but for me it was one of my most rewarding images so far.

Why? Because I like to make it difficult! When travelling in France we had an amazing red sky sunset. Annoyingly I had B&W loaded in most of the cameras BUT being out in the very last of the daylight I liked the play of silhouttes against the sky. I ran back to the campervan and got my 4x5 then back to the seafront by which time it was so dark I could barely see. I could only see silhouttes against the brightest bit of sky left so I framed up this.

It was too dark to see my lightmeter so I just guessed. This lens has no controls so I took the lens cap off and counted...

I didn't expect anything (at all) so this images was a lovely surprise!

Leica 4x5 lens, cool eh! :)

4x5 Intrepid Camera (wooden view camera) + Leitz Hektor 150mm F2.5 projection lens + Horseman 6x7 roll film back + 120 Fomapan 100@100 - 45sec exposure

Developing - 1:3 Xtol + 2.5ml Rodinal, 12min at 22 degrees, Epson v800 scan.

Colour as scanned, I liked the vintage feel and it reminds me of that red sunset

www.instagram.com/mrleicacom/

mrleica.com/intrepid-4x5-camera-review-large-format-film/


Tags:   foma fomapan fomapan 100 foma 100 mrleica.com


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