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Old 01-04-2010   #1
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Here are a few images i shot with my burke and james 8x10, shot using paper negative, lens is an old brass rapid rectilinear. My shutter consist of a black plastic lid off of a large pepper container. works pretty well

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Thanks for posting these images. Just shows what can be accomplished with some of the old technology.
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How did you get positives from paper negs? Did you invert the pictures in the scan?

The pictures are gorgeous.

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thanks wblynch, I scanned the negs like i was photo copying a picture, then inverted using irfanview. I also have the contact prints of these images, the contacts are so much much better. thanks again for your compliment.


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