White Owl 10 cent Cigars, f5.6
I made one small goof. I forgot bellows factor and I
suppose I was approaching 1:1 on these so shadows
are a bit dark. Still you can see the effect well enough.
White Owl 10 cent Cigars, f8
These were done on 8X10 Efke 100 film with a Century
10A studio camera / packard shutter. 1/8 @ f5.6, 1/4 @
f8, 1sec @ f16, and 7sec @ f32 (didn't forget reciprocity)
all easily accomplished with a Packard Ideal shutter.
Window lighting from a north facing window about 8pm.
White Owl 10 cent Cigars, f16
I focused on the numbers on the Cooke lens aperture
scale and used quite a lot of rear tilt since I was looking
down. I used rear swing to get as much of the box lid
in focus at one time as possible. Focused @ f11.
White Owl 10cent Cigars, f32
At 5.6 it has a ton of mojo. At f8 it's still cooking but
throttled just a bit. At f16 it's getting pretty sharp and
depth of field still affects focus. At f32 you could use
it for sharp detail shots!
Click the images for a large version.
I did no sharpening in PhotoShop.
Questions and comments always welcomed.