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    Ok folks, I shot just a couple of things with the Holga lens/Toiyo combo...we'll see how fast I can get it processed and something posted somewhere.


    I'm gonna figure out some of these other suggestions too...great stuff folks.

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    OK, I posted the one-and only Image I have shot so far with this contraption on my blog:

    http://tomnutter.blogspot.com

    I have done no photoshop to the image at all, except a minor adjustment to contrast.....since I copy the negs with a camera and not a scanner, I sometimes have to do this.

    Again...Thanks for the suggestions...a friend has come up with a Petzval, and we plan to mess with that too...not sure when I will get to that.

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    Nice picture. I think you will find that the Holga lens is best for your requirements.

    Jon
    Mendocino Coast Black and White Photography: www.jonshiu.com

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    Your shot is beautiful. I was going to recommend a lousy enlarger lens too but you don't need it.

    Lousy enlarger lens adds a flavor/dimension that is better than it sounds. My examples framed on my desk are 4x5 prints from Ricohflex negs (sharper than print) printed with an American Basic Science Club enlarger lens. I wouldn't trade them for a sharp print from the original Ricohflex neg any day. But much value in these prints is the fact they are the first darkroom prints I made with my first enlarger...

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