1. Philippe-Georges

    Philippe-Georges Member

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    Revisiting the Rodenstock Imagon...

    Sinar Norma 13x18 cm, Imagon 250 mm + H=9,5 disc full open (t= 4 sec.), APX 100 13x18 cm reversal processed (on of the last sheets!), in the studio with ARRILIGHT tungsten, scanned on a Epson.
    I should do this more often...

    Philippe
     
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  2. Mark Sawyer

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    A beautiful portrait, Philippe! The Imagon is a lovely lens; I've been neglecting mine, but had it out not long ago for an image af an old friend's little girls. I put those H-stop discs away, and much prefer using conventional f/stops. This one's at f/11, if I remember right...
     

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    i just got one of these lenses in 300mm. any tips would be great. do you all have more photos?

    eddie
     
  4. Philippe-Georges

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    Here is one, in colour (Fujichrome Provia 13x18 cm), the same lens and disc as the first one, but with flashlight.
     
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  5. jnanian

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    what a great portrait!
    it reminds me of a portrait taken
    of my great uncle's wife way back when ..

    john

    ps. you should do this more often :smile: