chickering grand, Pinkham Bi-Quality wide open
Because that's what fits in the
JOBO 3005 tank, so
even though that's a rather odd reason, I tend to
work in fives.
gerstner machinists chest, Wollensak Velostigmat Series II 16 1/2", fuzz-u-lator at about 3/16ths f4.5
So while I was waiting for Gary
to show up, there was
some beautiful afternoon light on the piano and I
peered through the Pinkham Bi-Quality lens and
decided I needed that picture. It just looked like
classic Pinkham & Smith material.
gerstner machinists chest, Wollensak Velostigmat Series II 16 1/2", fuzz-u-lator at about 3/16ths f16
So that left 4 sides for Gary.
Long boring story short,
I did 6 sheets on Gary (one I feared was compromised)
and the one of the piano was seven. An odd number.
gerstner machinists chest, Wollensak Beach Series B 14", f4.5
I needed to use up 3 more sheets
on something, and
I had some un-tried Aerial Recon Plus X, and 2 new
to me lenses. Plenty of reasons to use up more film!
Thus the 3 Gerstner Machinists chest
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