Ilford pinhole cameras

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  1. Peter B

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    Nice reviews Peter. There is something about pinhole photography that interests me and keeps me going back and looking at the work from others.
     
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    4x5 pinhole is what I am currently shooting in Large Format and the Harman Titan gives a beautiful look. Here an example if anyone is interested. Dodging & burning as well as toning was done in Lightroom. 20160727_TMAX100_Titan45_0000064.jpg
     
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    A lovely effect and the way you have edited the lights and darks makes for a great image
     
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    These ethereal type of photographs really appeal to me, like this very much
     
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    You review of the Harman Titan on epz was actually one of the reasons why I finally gave in and bought it - thanks ;-) :)
     
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    How are you developing the film @Isabel
     
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    I only started a few weeks ago to develop my own film and at the moment I am trying a Paterson Tank (with mod54) and use Ilford DD-X developer as well as stop bath and fixer also from Ilford doing intermittent manual agitation. So far I am quite happy with the results but still lots to learn... ;-)
    I then scan the negatives and do the final adjustments and especially the toning in Lightroom (only things you could also do in a darkroom - because I like that idea ;-)) and if necessary some spot removal (have still not managed to get a dust-free environment :-D) in photoshop.
     
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