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Thread: My Gothic Son

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    My Gothic Son

    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...4&d=1394307646









    Sinar F-1
    Zeiss Planar (Linhof) 135 mm at circa f 4.0
    HP-5 + souped in D-76 1+1 11min. Tray development
    Printed on Ilford MGIV FB at grade 2.5
    Selenium toned (KRS) 1+3 7 min.
    Scanned from print

    Feedback is welcome

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    I'm not a member of the L.F.F., I suggest if you want to show your work on A.P.U.G. you become a subscriber and put your pictures in the gallery.
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    I guess for a kid these days Nirvana must be very retro-cool.

    Ah, my heart breaks for 1991 :-)

    (very nice picture btw)

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    It is a nice picture, but back in the day Nirvana was about as far from goth as you could get. Kids these days, hmph. :-)

    There are a lot of miniature-format folks here who won't be members at LFF, though. I agree with Ben: subscribe and gallerize!

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    I'm not a member of the L.F.F., I suggest if you want to show your work on A.P.U.G. you become a subscriber and put your pictures in the gallery.
    I just suscribed to APUG.
    I figure that it will be easier to publish in this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntenny View Post
    It is a nice picture, but back in the day Nirvana was about as far from goth as you could get. Kids these days, hmph. :-)

    There are a lot of miniature-format folks here who won't be members at LFF, though. I agree with Ben: subscribe and gallerize!

    -NT
    I just suscribed to APUG.
    I figure that it will be easier to publish in this way.

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    Nice photo. My teenage daughter is into steam punk, my old folding cameras make for cool accessories for her.
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    Yep, cant see it/
    "If its not broken, I can't afford it."

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    It is in the APUG gallery now.

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    I'm glad I don't have any kids. There isn't much place in the US any more where you can bring kids up to be like Beaver and Wally Cleaver.

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