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  1. Re: Printing Large Panorama on Canon Pro-1000

    Glad it worked. There are some tutorials out there that really show you how to utilize Professional Print and Layout. It has features that were usually only found in RIP software. As for it looking...
  2. Re: Printing Large Panorama on Canon Pro-1000

    Ari,

    Are you printing from Lightroom? There are a lot of limitations if you do. If you are using a Canon printer you are really handicapping yourself if you don't use Canon's Professional Print...
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    Re: CineStill 400Dynamic in 4x5

    Thanks for posting this, I've backed it for 25, 4x5 sheets.

    -Joshua
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    Re: Looking for Monitor That Calibrates Well

    Ari,

    Neil is correct, the best 27" wide gamut monitor for the money is a BenQ. I have three on my desk. Use the X-Rite Calibrite ColorChecker from Freestyle to calibrate it. Buying from them...
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    Re: Sinar 8x10 Bellows question

    Greg,

    I don't have a lot of experience with the Sinar Norma series however I have a lot of experience on Sinar F, P and P2. Just looking at a Norma, I can't see how any of those bellows would fit...
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    Re: Upgrade to Epson V850 Scanner?

    My understanding is the V850 uses LED lighting in order to reduce warm up time for the lamp (meaning there is basically none when compared to the V750) and to provide more consistent results over...
  7. Re: Features of a universal Filmscanner and why the Epson 700/800 has or has not.

    There will never be a one size fits all solution for high quality film scanning. However I do think we need more options than the market is willing to provide on it's own.

    I am working on...
  8. Thread: Ebike?

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    Re: Ebike?

    nbagno,

    Is there a reason you want a two wheel trailer? Single wheel trailers are far more maneuverable and easier to navigate with. I have a Bob Ibex Trailer and really like it. Since I bought...
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    Re: Inkjet printing larger than 64"

    Drew,

    With respect, modern printers like the Canon printers I use, use pigment. It's explained pretty well in this article. I have been printing on with pigment based printers for years.

    You...
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    Re: Inkjet printing larger than 64"

    I can't imagine that the EFI printer could compare in quality to a fine art Canon or Epson printer. The other problem you are going to run into is good paper. Unless you custom order it you're not...
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    Re: Repairing a Sinar P2

    I had a good experience with Bob as well.

    -Joshua
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    Re: 3D Printed Sinar Lens Boards

    Thanks for this, I just bought my first 3D printer. One of these will be my first print.

    -Joshua
  13. Re: Going to Yosemite but can't take my 4x5 or 8x10. What to do?

    Brian,

    I would look at renting a 6x17 or 6x9 outfit. I have never rented from them but Foto Care Rentals rents them. If you love film for landscapes you will always be disappointed in digital. I...
  14. Re: Scanning Provia/transparencies with a digital camera: ICC profiling?

    LocalHero1953,

    Perhaps you are going about this backwards. Can you create a custom white balance for your camera and light source? Meaning the light source only, not any transparency on it. Then...
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    Re: Jeff Wall's New Show in Washington, DC

    I saw this exhibit and found it very interesting. Particularly the printing of such large pieces. It takes a lot of effort to construct the messaging in his photographs and he was working within the...
  16. Re: creating 32x32'(80x80) glass ambrotype

    Very cool, thanks for sharing the video!

    -Joshua
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    Re: Digital Prints - Horrors

    Pdmoylan,

    When I was completing my graduate degree I had a similar experience as you. The first digital prints I made had no relationship to what I was viewing on the screen. They were terrible....
  18. Re: Lowest temperature for C-41 / E-6 cross-processing?

    Bob,

    Very interesting work!

    If you start with really warm/hot water I would imagine that two of the sous vide heaters would be able to maintain a really warm water bath. They are not too...
  19. Re: Lowest temperature for C-41 / E-6 cross-processing?

    Bob,

    I think there is a different issue to developing at room temperature. Obviously your developing time will have to be extended, there would have to be some testing to figure that out, however...
  20. Re: Opinion: Would a 90mm f8 or f6.8 lens be too dark for dawn and dusk landscape?

    It takes practice to focus in low light, placing a flashlight in the scene to focus on (and then remembering to retrieve it) is a pretty foolproof method. The infinity stops are a good idea as well....
  21. Re: Blue Line appearing on 4x5 negative scans

    I would have to agree with Epson. What scanner are you using?

    -Joshua
  22. Re: Some 35mm and 120 resolution targets for camera scanning

    Thanks for posting this, I'll be buying some today!

    -Joshua
  23. Re: Need suggestions for Savannah GA and Tampa FL

    If you are interested in cemeteries with old tress check out Bonaventure Cemetery https://www.bonaventurehistorical.org/ Likewise there are many beautiful old buildings in downtown Savannah as it was...
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    Re: 5x7 Gandolfi with 4x5 Back

    A friend of mine had a Gandolfi with a 5x7 back, I don't know if it is the same model as yours. So they were definitely made however I think it will be hard to find. Gandolfi cameras are not common...
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    Re: Sinar F2 Vs Sinar Norma (4x5)

    I have been photographing with Sinar cameras since the late 90s. I have used Normas but never owned one. I have Sinar F2 cameras in 4x5 and 8x10, P in 4x5, 5x7, 6x17 (customized to use the Canham...
  26. Thread: 4x loupe

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    Re: 4x loupe

    Peak makes an inexpensive 5x loupe for about $15. It works pretty well and if you drop it or step on it in the field you haven't broken the bank.

    -Joshua
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    Re: Backpack for 8x10

    I searched for "rucpac hardcase conversion" in Amazon and saw the hard case backpack you mentioned. As Drew mentioned it may be ok for short travel (walking from the car to 100 yards away) but it...
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    Re: JOBO ATL 3 or a CPP

    I can't really speak towards a ATL3000 from any personal experience. However they are huge and pretty complicated. It will likely be pretty difficult to maintain, assuming you can get one that is...
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    Re: Poor Man's 35 mm DSLR scanner

    Nice!

    -Joshua
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    Re: 150mm - 165mm for 4x10

    It's actually interesting question. The image circle for 4x10 is about 275mm. So any lens that comes close to covering 8x10 (312mm image circle) will cover. However most lens manufacturers usually...
  31. Re: Any Recommendations For Large Format Printers (44"/112cm and up)?

    I print every week for both myself and other photographers and artists. I would get a Canon imagePROGRAF Pro-4100 Printer. There are lots of 44" wide printers but the Canons are MUCH more reliable...
  32. Re: Best 4x5 camera to accommodate a 65mm lens?

    Questions like this is why I am such a proponent of the Sinar F2. You can get a Sinar F2 for less than $500, often less than $400. You then have a foundation to make a configuration to do almost...
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    Re: Digital Scanning vs. Flatbed Scanning?

    I am considering going down the route of using a DSLR to to make multiple row scans of large format film which I would then stitch together. I am thinking about building a scanner that will house a...
  34. Re: Scanner Options & Comparisons. Which to choose?

    If cost is a factor (also for workflow reasons) I think that you may want to consider an Epson V850 using Silverfast and use it for most of your work. When you find single images that you really want...
  35. Re: Arca Swiss 8x10 - The Ultimate Carry Solution

    Indeed it is a McHale pack. His suspension system is pretty good at balancing large loads.

    -Joshua
  36. Re: Arca Swiss 8x10 - The Ultimate Carry Solution

    This looks awesome! It's a good solution for 8x10 shooters. Years ago I had a custom backpack made to carry my 8x10 gear. It's ridiculously huge but can carry camera, lenses, holders and tripod...
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    Re: Camera / tripod brace for vibration

    Robert,

    Yes its rock solid. The handle at the joint essentially compresses everything together super tight. Release it and it's very loose. The handle is a little hard to turn but you get used to...
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    Re: Camera / tripod brace for vibration

    If I need it I use a Manfrotto 143N Magic Arm with two Manfrotto 035 Super Clamps, one on each end.

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    Re: Greetings from D.C.

    Welcome to the forum from a fellow D.C. photographer! You'll find this forum invaluable.

    -Joshua
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    Re: Backpacks for pano ULF

    Eberlestock is expensive but they are made in America and well built. It takes a lot to sort through all of their packs on their website however they have a lot of unique designs. Made mostly for...
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