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    Nude in Galli Style

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    Made with a magnifying glass, 5x7 lith film, Dearforff, D-23.
    Scanned from Palladium print.
    Yes I know the scanner glass was dirty.
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    Nice, Jim. It looks fairly sharp to the edges. (well, relatively) Did you stop the magnifying glass down?
    Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada

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    I love it.
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    Fantastic!

    Too bad it was not in focus, you forgot to use the rule of thirds, and that it came out all brownish....

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    Looks nice, but I need a magnifying glass to see anything - it's a bit on the small side!
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    The glass is stopped down only enough to hold it on a shutter with black tape.
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    I realize it is small. I don't know the maximum image size for ths forum.
    Jim
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    No worries, Jim!

    With the extension .jpg the image can be 3000 x 3000 pixels or 1.20 mb, whichever comes first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Noel View Post
    The glass is stopped down only enough to hold it on a shutter with black tape.
    I created a number of apertures to go with my magnifying glass. It gives great coverage for 8x10, and stopped down to f-32 or so it makes the sharpness/softness a little more even across the image.

    Great work!
    Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada

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