Discussion in 'Alternative Techniques & Photo Gallery' started by mysteryscribe, Apr 12, 2006.
paper negative show with antique camera on 3 1/4x 4 1/4 size paper
Which camera, Charlie? This looks great. :thumbup:
i like this one, the effect works great for the subject matter :thumbup:
It was made with the same camera as the bench. I have a couple of new cameras (new to me) coming but can't decide what to build. I have a couple of really nice pieces of wallensak glass 150 mm. Would make a nice 4x5 lens with a shutter I have coming in an old kodak trasher.
I just don't know though, I kinda want to build a 5x7 pin hole camera next. After you see the 'Yes I Can' camera I have ready you might think I should just give up building....
I know I almost cry everytime I look at it. It's at least one more day from completion. I know the mystery is killing you guys lol.
We have one Polaroid with the Wallensak lens - very nice glass, indeed. :thumbup: I'm trying to remember which one it is, since we haven't played with them in over a year. :blushing:
Gosh, I'm lame these days. It's the Rodenstock lens, not the Wallensak I'm remembering.
This is the old baby:
Rodenstock Ysarek 127mm/4 element f4.7 lens. Brad's run 4x5 sheet film through it a few times.
I'd hate to let you touch it, Charlie, you'd have it in pieces on the table within minutes, I'm sure.
yes the very retro 110 has the WALLY Lens the 110a and the 110b plain old retro have the rodenstock. I have had both but sold the rodenstock. I have the wally on a different camera. I got this glass in a victor lens and shutter. Nice glass though.
I did on the one i had lol... I still have the lens from my 110 wallensak that is the original 110 you have a later version and I tore that one up to.
i have no idea whats up but this is my third attempt to replay.. Yes i had both the roid wallensak and the rodenstock... the rodenstock got a 120 back and sold the wallensak is on a 250 frame with a 120 rollfilm back.
yes good idea to keep me away from them.
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