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    Re: Pelican Case - 8x10, Users Here?

    This looks EXACTLY like mine but with a Kodak Master View.

    But you don't see my gigantic biceps and triceps. I pick this up like it was a Luis Vuitton over my shoulder.
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    Anyone in SoCal?

    Specifically, I'm in Orange County.

    Just looking for new friends to do some LF stuff. Recently out of a relationship and just needing some friends. Trying to stay busy.

    I wouldn't mind...
  3. Re: 8x10 Tripod that Won't Break the Bank, But May Break my Back

    You are da man!!!! Yah, it's not too heavy for you. But us normal people take our tripods on nice sunny days or kinda cold weather, not to the end of the world, cold, with 25 layers of clothes,...
  4. Re: 8x10 Tripod that Won't Break the Bank, But May Break my Back

    I got one of them ancient Bogen 3050's. Yes it will break your back. But it is rock solid and cheap. Did I mention it'll break your back?

    Remember those old Bogen 305x ads? They had the guy...
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    Re: Negative negatives - using SP445 Tank

    If you are right handed, the entire work flow from start to finish, and I mean start to finish, should be your right forefinger always on the notch. From removing from the box, to loading film, to...
  6. Re: 8x10 Tripod that Won't Break the Bank, But May Break my Back

    I always see someone saying "get an old surveyor" tripod but I can't figure out for the life of me how you guys attach a camera to the top of that thing. It can't be a 1/4-20 right?
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    Re: Around the house?

    Noice!
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    Re: Negative negatives - using SP445 Tank

    Bizarre. I've only had great success with the sp445 since I got it. Is this the same thing you are getting if you processed it your old way...before the sp445?

    I'm assuming you are filling the...
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    Re: Gossen Luna Pro F....need help!

    I'm a little confused. How do you get incident reading from your dslr?
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    Re: Gossen Luna Pro F....need help!

    "Wasn't even close" How far off was it? And I'm pretty sure you have the slidy thing for reflective reading right? Just something I've dealt with and for sure I was on the right position. If I...
  11. Re: Computer hardware when editing large format files (100MP+)

    Thinks you can try: More swap space. Do you have SSD drive? Maybe you can uninstall your photo editing apps and install it on a faster SSD drive. And of course, more memory is always good. I...
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    NICE. I have something similar but it is a garden wagon with plastic sides. I like the sides on that so you have the tripod all stashed in like that. Mine is just sitting on top of cases in the...
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    OUTSTANDING.

    Can you please post the photo of the dually that you drove in with? Or the 2 mules. Or the 3 teenagers that carried that thing.
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    Re: Stearman Press SP-810

    I really want one. I think my 445 from them is the best thing I've ever used for 4x5 development (for my needs that is, I know there are a lot of Jobo fans especially with color). I don't do TONS...
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Just wondering what lens you got there to get that close?
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Jeebus! Took me a while to realize the beautiful wood things were cameras. I thought they were like office furniture!
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    Re: Focusing loupe

    I think it was on this forum someone was saying a 50mm SLR lens would work. I've never tried it and yet, I have like a dozen 50mm lenses!
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    Re: Around the house?

    This was just a test shot I had 5 minutes to setup during my lunch break. I had posted a thread on the "LENSES" section regarding my Wolly 159mm. Looking at the serial numbers which looks like...
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    Re: wollensak 159mm 12.5 shutters question

    Cool info!! Is that your alphabetax site?
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    Re: wollensak 159mm 12.5 shutters question

    It has a T, and it's the one way to focus. I never noticed if it has a "W" on it! I was home for lunch and did a test shot with a stopwatch and the "2" setting, which is I think 1/2 a second, was...
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    Re: wollensak 159mm 12.5 shutters question

    Will the 159mm lens element be unscrewed and fit into something like this?
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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    My photoflex changing bag is just fine for 4x5. Tight on 8x10. I have to do some gymnastics inside to get the pull out the darkslide and move the film boxes and stuff. But it works. The...
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    wollensak 159mm 12.5 shutters question

    Hola!
    I have this lens in a Betax #3 shutter. I think I got it CLA'd almost 10 years ago, maybe sooner. I don't remember. These shutters seem pretty old. Before I decide on getting it CLA'd...
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    Re: January 2020 Portraits

    For the past ummm, maybe 5 years or so, I've been using PMK for developing mainly cause I wanted to get used to it and in the hopes of doing ALT printing. And I got used to the ease of mixing it. ...
  25. Re: I'm looking for a "thing", something to hold my lenses with Technica boards

    That's brilliant!
    Here's a link for US folks
    ...
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    Re: Show Me Your Night Shots!

    Dreamy.
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    Huh?! Great tip! This may work also. 10 bucks!

    I am digging the Thingverse site. Looks like people are 3d printing Linhof boards instead of CNC machining them.

    Maybe someone can 3D print a...
  28. Re: I'm looking for a "thing", something to hold my lenses with Technica boards

    So wait, I know not everyone has a 3d printer so how are people doing these? Friend, or a service but if service, I'm sure not worth getting one offs, need to print a whole bunch to make it cost...
  29. Re: I'm looking for a "thing", something to hold my lenses with Technica boards

    OH DANG!!! That required all caps.
    Now I just need a local (cost effective) place that can print those. I LOVE THE NAMES on the cover.
  30. I'm looking for a "thing", something to hold my lenses with Technica boards

    Hello and happy new year.

    I'm looking for a lens holder type thing. Any suggestions? DIY? I think 90% of my lenses are attached to Linhof/Technica board. I think they are 4x4? I'm not sure....
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    Re: January 2020 Portraits

    JEEBUS!!!!

    I once had to move a Saltzman tripod from Soho to Chelsea area in Manhattan back in the late 80's. It took like 4 or 5 of us to move that darn thing. And these guys were big guys. I...
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    Re: 8x10 tray processing

    Err on less sheets per liter. You can't go back and reshoot that sunset, or whatever. Maybe you can, maybe you can't. But I would err on less. Developer is cheap compared to sheet film prices and...
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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    Looks like 2020 will be investing in a large changing bag!
    I remember a thread about the chinese large changing bags a way back and was looking into them. But I think I'll bite the bullet and get a...
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    Re: What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    Thanks guys!! Will look around for the Fuji. Harrison tent looks like a good investment too!
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    What 8x10 changing bag do you use?

    I have a photoflex and a box of 8x10 just fits. And kinda clumsy indoors. I want to make some trips in my car in 2020 and looking for something larger where I can move about inside an 8x10 and...
  36. Re: How to do tray processing - both regular and stand?

    8x10 in an 8x10 tray. I do single sheets. I don't do enough shooting. I just "giggle" it every 30 seconds. Sometimes i just tilt the tray back and forth like in a rocking fashion.

    Oh also, I...
  37. Re: How Many Ways to Process ANY Film: List Them

    Professionally I've done thousands and thousands of 35mm/120/220 in stainless steel tanks and basket. With "inspection". You are too young if you don't know what B&W processing with Inspection is...
  38. Re: How Many Ways to Process ANY Film: List Them

    John Malcovich processing film in the bathroom in the movie "Killing Fields"
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    Re: Winter Wonderland: Post Your Photos

    Oh dang. Looks like a New England winter. I had a friend that grew up in Martha's Vineyard in the 80's. Back then she said there was barely anyone living there full time. The winters were brutal....
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    This is cool.
    That radiator is bringing back memories of my childhood in Brooklyn in the winters.
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