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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5547/14328359166_ce02bfd52b_c.jpg
    Final Peonies Image (0f 2014), 8x10 Fuji X-Ray Film by Shawn Hoke, on Flickr
    8x10 Eastman View Camera No 2D
    Schneider 300mm f5.6...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    This thread is always so inspiring and it's inspired me to try something new (to me) with lighting - just minimal one bulb on the flower(s) to get a black background and surface. Both of these were...
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    Re: new55 kickstarter has begun

    Backed, but worried that they won't make their goal. I've had the film holder for awhile. It would be a real shame for this to fail.
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    Re: Any LF-ers in or near NYC?

    Oooh, Kodachrome! That's nice. One thing they were VERY serious about was I could not shoot from any of the balconies. Or in front of any stairs. Of course the ONE shot everyone wants is from the...
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    Re: Any LF-ers in or near NYC?

    Thanks, Pete! I grabbed an email from their website and just sent them a quick message telling them what I wanted to do. I didn't hear back so I sent a reminder email and a woman answered with some...
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    Re: Any LF-ers in or near NYC?

    Hey Stone, read it and weep. ;) it actually wasn't that bad, but I would be much more prepared and focused next time.
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    Re: I taught Michelle X-Ray, she taught me.

    I was going to say exactly this. Looks like fun time was had by all, Randy. Nice job!
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Nice! Love everything about this from the God's Country sign to the leaning pole.
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Those are fantastic. Good, vintage feel to that second one.
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Mega Glass in Park Slope is a neighborhooed fixture. The owner told me that the place has been a glass shop since 1907. It's a beautiful old space, but with the skyrocketing rents in Park Slope, they...
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    Re: Drying 8 x 10 film

    I just use ordinary metal clips attached to a fondue fork that's wedged under some heavy books on my bookshelf in my office. My drying room/office is shared by a few cats and a long-haried dachshund....
  12. Thread: Sensory Dead

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    Re: Sensory Dead

    This cracks me up, because I used to do just that to record my favorite song on the radio. And then the songs I wanted to hear were not ever played on the radio. Sporify would have been amazing back...
  13. Thread: Abstracts

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    Re: Abstracts

    Jonathan, this is really beautiful. Your photo stopped me in my tracks.
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    Re: Lugging a 8x10 Kodak 2D around

    I purchased a rolling suitcase/backpack from IKEA to carry my 2D around in the city. It fits the camera folded up and four holders, plus things like cable release and black t-shirt for dark cloth.
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Fantastic image, but I'm even more stunned by what the amazed lens was capable of.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8256/8878893449_13a8cce488_z.jpg
    New York by Gehry, Hasselblad 501cm and Fuji Neopan Acros 100 by Shawn Hoke, on Flickr
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Peter, that fog series is fantastic. I see a lot of fog in the mornings when I'm running with my wife and always wish I had a good camera with me!
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    I've really been enjoying this thread. So much that you've all forced me to break out my Eastman 2D and try my hand. I think I need to pull my light back a bit from the flowers as this is too hot on...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Gorgeous, Jonathan.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Thanks! Feels tiny and so easy to use after hauling 8x10 around though. :)

    I just used the 80mm 2.8 lens for this, but put a Tiffen dark orange (#21) filter on it.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8254/8774524836_7b3d4abefe_z.jpg
    Chrysler Building, Hasselblad 501cm and Fuji Neopan Acros 100 by Shawn Hoke, on Flickr
  22. Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Yes, they all do. However, I've noticed a big difference between x-ray film and films like Tri-X or HP5+. This HR-T does not need as much adjustment in my experience.
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    Hey, thank you for the kind words.
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    Yeah, I had read that it needed extra time (almost as much as other B&W films), but I 've not treated it the same as I would treat say Tri-X. Would love to see some longer exposures like you...
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    Andrew, is there is a way to mess it up trust me I'll find it. :)
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    Sure thing, Randy. Here's a link that describes my attempt with ziploc and then one with trays. My trays are ribbed, so I just line the bottoms with a piece of smooth glass. I rock all four sides of...
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    Randy, that was my cautionary tale for the Ziploc method. I totally messed it up, largely due to my own errors. I've been getting consistent results using smooth bottom trays with gentle agitation. ...
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    Re: 8x10 b/w processing - tubes, trays or?

    Trays. Cheap and easy.
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    Re: Tips & Tricks for Large Format Portraiture?

    I've been shooting some 8x10 portraits at f22 and 1/4 of a second lately with my measly one light setup. It's tricky, but I just explain the process to the sitter and do a dry run. It helps them to...
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    Re: The AIPAD Show

    Thanks for this post, Peter. I live in The area and had forgot about the show!
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    Yeah, this Spring I'll goof around in the park with some good greenery and a blue sky. Of course we just got more snow and ice yesterday. :)
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    Thanks! That looks great and still has the light colored leaves. Might have to pick up a yellow filter. Mine is a dark orange #21, so am worried that it might give me nada like the #25.
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    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8093/8571078113_6a14b7a3e8_b.jpg
    Ranunculus Flowers, 8x10 X-Ray Film by Shawn Hoke, on Flickr
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    Am glad someone asked this. I have a dark orange filter that I want to use for outdoor shots with sky, but was wondering how it would look with green-sensitive X-ray film. I'll find out once Spring...
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    Re: March Portraits

    Pete, this is fantastic!
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    Re: Show Me Your Night Shots!

    Toyo 45A
    Schneider 210mm f5.6
    Fuji Acros 100
    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8172/7979604889_c3c5e04240_b.jpg
    Tribute in Light, Fuji Neopan Acros 100 by Shawn Hoke, on Flickr
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    Re: Images of mistakes - good or bad..

    I had high hopes for this shot, but the area is heavily populated with tourists. I was able to wait while the guy took about 45 pics of his girl with his iPad. I was able to wait out a huge group who...
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    Man, Corran that is gorgeous. Can't wait to try mine out in the park this Spring.
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Trying out orange filter at my usual test shot location.

    Eastman No 2D
    Schneider 300mm f5.6
    Ilford HP5+
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    Brooklyn Bridge on 8x10...
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Love the swooping lines here, Jonathan.
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