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Tina in the Studio New Style

Tina in the LargeSense Studio New Look
Using the LS911 with a Carl Zeiss Jena DDR Tessar 4.5/ 250 mm. The lens has pleasing out of focus areas. Trying a new photographic style with Tina.   http://www.largesense.com/blog/2018/07/tina-studio-new-style/

Sharp Portraits

Sharp portraits with the LS911 large format digital camera.
A person interested in the LS911 was asking for some sharp portraits. While I love wide open photos with part of an eye in focus, I can see the appeal for sharpness. To take a sha… http://www.largesense.com/blog/2018/07/sharp-portraits/

Photos at Santa Clara University

LS911 Large Format Digital Photos at Santa Clara University
We took the LS911 over to Santa Clara University to take a few photos. The university is home to Mission Santa Clara. Used movements to get everything in focus:     … http://www.largesense.com/blog/2018/07/photos-santa-clara-university/