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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 ZEISS IKON Donata 227/7 (9x12cm large format camera) loaded with Paper negative film in uddevalla, Sweden. These tags describe this photo: zeiss, ikon, donata, 227/7, 9x12, large, format, paper, negative, black, and, white, nature, tree, trees, forest, vintage, camera, sweden, and uddevalla. This photo can also be found in the album 100% paper 2012-07-05.

19 comments

  1. yyyhorn

    yyyhorn

    great shot!

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  2. druid

    druid

    great shot... as usual :)

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  3. grazie

    grazie

    great!

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  4. pavel_px

    pavel_px

    a delightful album

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  5. avocado-in-a-world-of-cucumbers

    avocado-in-a-world-of-cucumbers

    I love, love, love large format cameras! They create beautiful pictures.

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  6. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    The feel of a big negative is hard to mimic in a digital camera. @avocado-in-a-world-of-cucumbers
    Thanks for all the lomo love, it's much appreciated!
    @yhorn @druid @grazie @pavel_px

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  7. gauthierdumonde

    gauthierdumonde

    Awesome shot !!! How long do you expose paper? I never done it and read it's ISO 6?

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  8. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    ISO dempends on the paper but the one I have tested have around ISO 6.
    I overexpose most of my pictures and then have a very short developing time to get a fog effect.

    Have two blog post about this on my blog:
    http://blog.bkspictu(…)ap_way.html
    http://blog.bkspictu(…)effect.html

    Thanks for your nice comment @gauthierdumonde

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  9. gauthierdumonde

    gauthierdumonde

    Thanks for the info. I get my old plate camera from the attic when I return from vacation. I Use Ilford Multigrade Paper. I think it is rated Iso 6. We will see... in a month or so

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  10. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    Love to see the result from that! @gauthierdumonde

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  11. kuleko

    kuleko

    After reading the famous book I was wondering how Uddevalla looks like. Congrats, great shots.

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  12. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    A famous book that metion Uddevalla?
    Somthing I must have missed :) @kuleko
    Many thanks for your nice comment!

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  13. kuleko

    kuleko

    I mean Millenium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson. After reading the first book I want to visit Sweden. Regards!

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  14. ihave2pillows

    ihave2pillows

    Love it all ~

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  15. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    Have you tried ortho sheet films? Adox still makes it! http://www.freestyle(…)?cat_id=404 It sees only green light, making flawless portraits, because blemishes are red, and therefore, invisible, and brighter, more detailed foliage.

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  16. bkspicture

    bkspicture

    No I haven't tested this yet, don't have a developing tank that takes that size.
    But I know you still can get film in this size and you can get normal film, color and b&w.
    I have found a store that even sells glass plates, thay cost like 15 dollar per plate but that have them :)

    I like the feel you get by using darkroom paper and its 50 times cheaper to develop as well :)
    Thanks for the tip @herbert-4

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  17. lazybuddha

    lazybuddha

    Jätte bra jobb, grattis!

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  18. jw77

    jw77

    really nice work !!

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  19. nina1707

    nina1707

    fantastic!

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