Bracket Fungi on Fallen Branch

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Maris
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Bracket Fungi on Fallen Branch

Postby Maris » 10 Apr 2022, 13:38

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Bracket Fungi on Fallen Branch
Gelatin-silver photograph on Ultrafine Silver Eagle VC FB photographic paper, image size 24.7cm X 19.3cm, from a 8x10 Kodak Tmax 400 negative exposed in a Tachihara 810HD field view camera fitted with a Schneider Super Angulon 121mm f8 lens.

The 121mm lens barely covers 8x10 so the Scheimpflug tilt to get a deep plane of focus along the branch has to be done with the back of the camera. This over-magnifies things in the near field - a distortion - a compromise - minor drama.

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Re: Bracket Fungi on Fallen Branch

Postby Bazz8 » 07 May 2022, 17:22

My Kodak 2D would not make it in the way I use the camera
love to eye drawn to the super sharp Fungi
at the end of the branch

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Re: Bracket Fungi on Fallen Branch

Postby Maris » 11 May 2022, 10:16

Thanks Bazz8. While I'm looking at the white fungi on the camera ground glass I'm thinking Hubble Space Telescope and receding galaxies. Amazing daft thoughts get provoked in photography.


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