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    Digital processing vs anolog

    I definitely have gone digital, lol
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    Re: Digital processing vs anolog

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    I definitely have gone digital, lol
    4 Gig no wonder you hung it out to dry

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    Re: Digital processing vs anolog

    Love it, Steve. It took me a sec to see what was there.
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    Re: Digital processing vs anolog

    Thanks, I use 32 and 16 gb cards now, assuming I break out my digital camera. It gets harder each time I go out to leave the 4x5 at home and bring the digital. Although, I am looking at getting the Cambo Actus for my Canon 5DMKIII so I can have full movements with 35mm. Might make me want to use it more. Movements are addictive.

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    Re: Digital processing vs anolog

    Only problem with that technique it that with your new Durst enlarger, all your prints will look like this:
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    Re: Digital processing vs anolog

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    Although, I am looking at getting the Cambo Actus ... I can have full movements with 35mm.
    For 35mm I prefer the good-old-fashioned tilt-shift lenses. Maybe see if someone here uses that Actus and can chime in. But I'd think 35mm camera lenses won't focus at infinity with that or Large Format lenses will all be "Long" and no way to do a wide angle image.

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    Re: Digital processing vs anolog

    I thought a Gig was a what lousy bands do at some local dive on Friday nights.

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    Re: Digital processing vs anolog

    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    Only problem with that technique it that with your new Durst enlarger, all your prints will look like this:
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    Lol!

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    Re: Digital processing vs anolog

    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Wiley View Post
    I thought a Gig was a what lousy bands do at some local dive on Friday nights.

    It is

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    Re: Digital processing vs anolog

    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    For 35mm I prefer the good-old-fashioned tilt-shift lenses. Maybe see if someone here uses that Actus and can chime in. But I'd think 35mm camera lenses won't focus at infinity with that or Large Format lenses will all be "Long" and no way to do a wide angle image.
    I have the tilt shift lenses, probably need medium format. I have a friend who did this with A7R and it works really well.

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