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You can find more of my work on my homepage: http://www.bkspicture.com/ _________________________________________ Also have a blog where I write about my photo experience, tips and trick etc. . . . . . . . . http://www.blog.bkspicture.com/ _________________________________________ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/BKSPicture/171493582895927

bkspicture This photo was shot on film. Taken by bkspicture with a Large format 12x16 cm negative loaded with Paper negative film in Ödeborg, Sweden. These tags describe this photo: large, format, 12x16, paper, and nagative. This photo can also be found in the album First shots from my new 16x12 large format camera.

38 comments

  1. brommi

    brommi

    greaaaat photo!!

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  2. v_v_vlasenko

    v_v_vlasenko

    excellent toy

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  3. lomoc

    lomoc

    GREAAAAT

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  4. traaaart

    traaaart

    this building looks awesomeee

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  5. vici

    vici

    gorgeous!!!!

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  6. leandertals

    leandertals

    WOW!!! Large format! Aaaawesome!
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  7. tracyvmoore

    tracyvmoore

    This is so beautiful!

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  8. madeingo

    madeingo

    awesome!!

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  9. clownshoes

    clownshoes

    What a wonder beast you have acquired. Great shots

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  10. fstrongren

    fstrongren

    Very nice photo!

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  11. angelhaken

    angelhaken

    wow :) .. what glass plates do you use ?

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  12. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    I use darkroom paper insted of glass plates @angelhaken

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  13. mapix

    mapix

    really great shots!! also with darkroom paper it must be hard work!!

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  14. szzs

    szzs

    serious toy with serious results! good job!

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  15. angelhaken

    angelhaken

    @bkspicture try glass :P .. I bet it would look great
    http://www.macodirec(…)p-2038.html
    unfortunately wrong dimensions :(..

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  16. yyyhorn

    yyyhorn

    sharp shot!! has a great feel to it

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  17. lucaro

    lucaro

    very nice!!

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  18. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    the cost of one glas plate cost way way waaaay much more expensiv then darkroom paper + its not as easy to develop. Thanks for the link its there I order all my film :) @angelhaken

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  19. russheath

    russheath

    Spectacular!!! Would love to see this at a size more fitting to the medium . . . :D

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  20. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    @russheath
    This picture will be added to my homepage in time where you will be able to download it for free. Will take some time before it will be uplaod it tho.
    Have a few pictures to work on befor and I will also clen up som dust etc on the vertion that will be on my homepage.
    Thanks for all nice comments, much appreciated!

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  21. russheath

    russheath

    Great! Please post back when it's up, I'd love to see it large!

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  22. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    Wonderful things!! Could you try some Adox Ortho sheet films and do some portraits? WOW!!

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  23. marshrutniy

    marshrutniy

    all this shots are amazing! Congrats!

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  24. angelhaken

    angelhaken

    it's all about quality and the expirience :P. But if you are more for the easier path you could use some Harman-direct-positiv-paper. If you have a darkroom ( i guess you have as u develop paper negatives ) you could try to use film *g ( would be a little faster ). My biggest film negativ is 4x5 inch .. so about 9x12 cm. I would love to have a 16x12 cm negativ, I don't know why, its just cool *g and it would make a nice contact print. I buy most of my film @ macodirect.de - its a great dealer :PI love the rollei vintage paper and developer.

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  25. lomosheffield

    very nice photo!:)
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  26. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    @russheath
    I post all updates on facebook
    http://www.facebook.(…)93582895927

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  27. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    @angelhaken
    I love this camera so far, I have only taken 5 shots with it so far :)

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  28. dodokadada

    dodokadada

    good photo...

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  29. troch

    troch

    Lovely photo, great album. Nice to see large format work!

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  30. byron

    byron

    Buff !!! just stunning

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  31. gfvictoria

    gfvictoria

    thanks for the likes!
    this is really beautiful! :)

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  32. skrutt

    skrutt

    Great pic!

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  33. philippa

    philippa

    Ahh how come your photos always turn out so perfect?

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  34. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    My magic fingers helps :) @philippa

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  35. fotoflix

    fotoflix

    Beautiful!

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  36. jesselau

    jesselau

    very nice!!!

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  37. koduckgirl

    koduckgirl

    omg this is a FANTASTIC album I want to see more but the 3 that are here are amazing!!! cheers and thanx again for all the recent likes!

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  38. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    This shot is taken with a vintage large format camera and its fun to use but not so fun to carry around :)
    Have now invested in a modern large format camera which much of my newer pictures are taken with.
    Can still use my vintage lenses if I want, the focus is more presize and its a lot easier to carry around.

    Many thanks for your nice comment, always appreciated! @koduckgirl

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