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    Re: 4x10 Photography

    Those silver buildings, clouds and gravel are just beautiful together.
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    Re: Importance of back movements

    I am not talking about all the four-letter H-words as this is not an architectural photography thread, but about making images of/with (or without) buildings, too. :cool:

    We see the world as a...
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    Re: 2 sheets of film in the same holder?

    Neat improvement over what I was thinking...love both the emulsion-to-emulsion, and using a slow over fast film to balance the exposures! Will not be sharp, but a wonderful concept for someone else...
  4. Re: Tray developing - strange marks/scratches on film base

    They look like it might be film corner damage. One standard method is to slip the bottom negative out of the tray, lay it on top of the stack and press down to get it under the liquid.
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    Re: 2 sheets of film in the same holder?

    I believe you could wash the anti-halation layer off the film in the dark, dry in the dark, then use it in the camera (would only have to be top one of the two sheets).
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    Re: Importance of back movements

    And can equally be a big yes!-yes! in making an image with a building in it. When viewed with our eyes/brain from a low angle, buildings do keystone -- it is how we see/experience them. Without the...
  7. Re: Carbon Transfer Workshop, Oct. 20 - 23, 2021, Yosemite Valley

    Thanks, Don. At this time there is one spot still open for the October workshop. Jim and I will be repeating the workshop in April 2022.

    One note -- if you are thinking about taking the one...
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    Re: From Riverside, CA

    Welcome!
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    Wait, those aren't just free cameras?

    PS -- it is the responsibility of the camera owner to place it where I can not see it.

    PS#2 -- There are trail cairns and then there is rock-stacking. The...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Yes -- excellent! A wonderful use of color as part (just about all, really) of the composition. Love the way the pink form on the left color-contrasts with the green form of the right, with both...
  11. Re: Popular Photogenic Sites/Locations in Yosemite NP

    Good to hear you had a great time in Yosemite...and a nice amount of water. Glad you could spend some time there and get a variety of experiences. Years past I have found the week before Memorial...
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    Always amazing what one does not know! Sounds like an interesting character..."The whole modern world has divided itself into Conservatives and Progressives. The business of Progressives is to go on...
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    Ah, a serial litterer! Could not read the whole story to see if he got any sponcership/advertising income from his 'project', which would cause more problems for him.
  14. Re: Precision and Accuracy in LF Photography: How much is enough?

    Or don't be in a hurry; use whatever films and developers one can find or has around, use them, make lots of prints, keep notes and keep an eye on one's old prints and compare them with the new ones....
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    Is that my ribbon or someone else's? Am I following my friend's flagging or someone else's?. It got windy, where is my flag? Why is that deer walking around with flagging in its mouth?
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    I have wandered wandered far and wide in just about most vegetation and landscape types. Awareness is what is needed. Depend on one's phone instead of taking the time and attention to be fully aware...
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    Re: Importance of back movements

    Back movement can be good to have if one wishes to use movements but do not have a extra image circle needed at the desired focusing distance. Tilting or swinging the front lens could swing the...
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    Write dates on the tape. As one of those trail workers for a decade, I might still take the tape down, depending on age, location, amount, obnoxiousness.
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    Good -- they should not have been out there in the first place if they need to put ribbons along a trail to get back. :p
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    Poorly designed and constructed -- a water-gatherer to be sure!
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    Flagging would be a terrible way to mark trails for winter -- a great way to get people lost. Candle blazes, tops of tin cans nailed to trees, most winter trails have some type of markers on trees or...
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    Re: LF hikers, do you remove plastic tree ribbons?

    Painting outside of caves is not as archival...any critic of the time knew that.

    Ribbons -- in the US Forest Service of the 80s, each color/pattern had its meaning. Piles of rock -- over they go,...
  23. Re: I need an advice - travel to Australia with 8x10?

    Nah -- just eat it all before you get to customs, and I believe there is a bin to toss in fruit, etc before customs. :cool:

    I hope you can make it there...cause that means things are mellowing...
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    Re: Be careful out there!

    Bummer.

    The biggest holiday-related incident here was a fellow DUI'd a power pole and killed all our power for a couple hours starting at 7:30pm Monday. A jogger at the scene stamped out several...
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    Re: Portraits from 2021

    So far still just a wet negative photographed against the sky...but my first band image! A few different poses...at least half with someone's head blurry (1/2 and 1 sec exposures). Lots of fun!
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    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    It's the dang CA plates (and probably the Hawaiian shirts) that give me away.
    But I did get my negs -- about to hang up the last of them -- here's an inverted image of a wet neg against the sky....
  27. Re: Precision and Accuracy in LF Photography: How much is enough?

    True Zonies read all of the scripture -- just not the technical notes.:cool:
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    Ah...but true Zonies know it is all in the print...
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    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Welcome!

    Since I am just over the border in Northern CA, we are only in the PNW by invitation. I am working with an equally old 5x7 Eastman View No.2...nice tools. My larger cameras are much...
  30. Re: Precision and Accuracy in LF Photography: How much is enough?

    Exactly! And if one keeps decent notes, one can repeat the successes. But the key to this is to have looked intently at a lot of prints (esp. one's own) so one knows what the hell to look for in...
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    Re: Common Large Format Mistakes

    Travel, camp, and backpack a lot. There is nothing like repetition to drill important habits into one's brain. I always do a visual sweep of my stopping, resting, photography spot before heading...
  32. Re: Precision and Accuracy in LF Photography: How much is enough?

    Sometimes being square just looks wrong.:cool:

    But I'll admit, as far as accuracy, precision and repeatability are concerned...thank you Ilford, Kodak and Fuji films.
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    Depends on one's personality. Some folks psychologically need precision...they need to know. And some people don't. And most people are in between.
  34. Carbon Transfer Workshop, Oct. 20 - 23, 2021, Yosemite Valley

    Jim Fitzgerald and I will be teaching an intensive hands-on workshop on carbon printing at the Ansel Adams Gallery this coming October.
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    Re: Oregon Public Broadcasting segment

    Well...you were pretty focused, pun totally intended! I did not have to ask you to hold still for 5 seconds!
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    Re: Oregon Public Broadcasting segment

    Great interview, Jim.

    A quick digital photo then invert of a 5x7 neg of Jim at work/play/inspiration in the Humboldt Redwoods, 2021...

    My reproduction is not as sharp as the negative or the...
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    Re: Post Your Hiking Photos - Any Format

    A hike along the beach -- and 2.1 minus tide at 7am.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    It is not that the scene is busy, it is that as viewers, our eyes have no where to really go except into the drink in the center of the image. Slightly raising the lens (or camera) to include the...
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    Re: New starter from Australia

    Welcome!
    I shall have to return to Australia some day...though more likely thru the images of others.
    Enjoy!
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    Re: Dating your prints

    An excellent point of view...one I do not follow often enough. The year the image was taken/made with the camera is usually part of my print title (on the back...usually place name and year). I...
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