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    Michael, here is a shot with my 18" Hybrid Voigtlander Euroscop. This is on 8x10 but she covers 11x14 very nicely at portrait distances. This shot is wide open at F-8. This is my Hybrid lens in that I only had the rear element and had to use a +1 diopter for the front element. Thanks to Jim Galli for the idea. I also have an 18" Darlot for the 11x14 but I have yet to use it on the 11x14. Just got a whole bunch of x-ray film in 11x14 to play with.

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    Very cool. Thanks Jim.

    I have yet to take the rear element off of the 30 inch Artar. I shot some portraits with it today, a 9th grader with her 7 foot Burmese Python. Two paper negatives and two HP5 negatives. Both in 11x14. That camera is harder to use I think than the 8x20 or the 12x20. I wonder why I feel that way...maybe it's that it's racked out all the way to use the 30 inch lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Slade View Post
    Very cool. Thanks Jim.

    I have yet to take the rear element off of the 30 inch Artar. I shot some portraits with it today, a 9th grader with her 7 foot Burmese Python. Two paper negatives and two HP5 negatives. Both in 11x14. That camera is harder to use I think than the 8x20 or the 12x20. I wonder why I feel that way...maybe it's that it's racked out all the way to use the 30 inch lens.
    Michael, I would love to see those shots. I agree that the 11x14 takes more time and effort than my 8x20. It is nice to get the 11x14 stretched out from time to time.

    Jim

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    I am getting quite a stack of negatives from the 8x20, 4x10 and 11x14. I might have to dedicate some time to scanning them.

    For now you can see my daughter's 11th b-day party, Canham 4x10, Schneider 120, HP5...

    Michael Slade

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    Awesome, Michael. Wish her happy birthday for me. And congrats to you and your wife!

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