Video: 8x10 Darkroom Enlarger Lens Reveal

July 06, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

I get frequent questions about which lenses I use to make my silver gelatin fine art gallery prints, so I put together this article to share my lenses with you.  

I use a Beseler 810V-XL 8x10 enlarger to make the majority of my fine art prints.  I have a cold light head for this enlarger which I prefer over a condenser type of light source.

ENLARGER LENSES

Beseler 240mm APO-HD Lens - I use this lens for my 8x10, 5x7, and 6x17 Pano negatives

Rodenstock 150mm F9 APO-Gerogon - I use this lens for my 4x5 negatives 

Schneider 135mm F5.6 Componon-S - I use this lens for my 4x5 negatives 

Rodenstock 105mm F4.5 Omegaron - I use this lens for my 6x9 and 6x7 negatives 

Rodenstock 90mm F4.5 Rogonar-S - I use this lens for my 6x6 and 6x4.5 negatives 

Enjoy the video and leave me a comment below and let me know what enlarger and lenses you use to make your prints.

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