I love the first shot!! It looks like it was taken with Time-Zero film and manipulated for a painterly (not sure if that is a word) effect.
Jim, I think you did a fine job!!! Glad to see someone put a Graflex into serious use.
graflex.org has a forum just for dating Graflex camera's by serial number.
Very nice Gene. I've never seen that camera before.
Fantasic write-up and very encouraging to those of us who are skeptical when it comes to the value of workshops. I would like to see some example...
I could use them, but haven't a clue what a reasonable price would be.
That is a perfectly horrible camera. I love it!!!!!!!!
I print, then scan the prints.
And the last...a bit of an experiment. This shot is the silhouette reflection of my son and his best friend in a puddle in my driveway. Focus on...
This next one is part of a 'Country Church' project that I'm putting together. Also shot with J&C Classic and developed in D76.<div>[ATTACH]</div>
Let's try that again.<div>[ATTACH]</div>
I just can't explain how much fun I'm having with my Crown!!!! Here
are a few recent shots. This first shot is 4x5 J&C 100, processed in
I really like the high-contrast scenes. It adds to the neglected barn imagery.
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