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    Re: November 2019 Portraits

    +1!
  2. Re: New Book: Eleventyone Portraits 1841 to 1950

    Looks great!
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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Excellent work, Paul and Moogie! Paul, the blend of sharp and soft is just perfect in your photo!
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    Re: What Happened to Dry Mounting Prints?

    I think it was Bienfang, but I bought it a long time ago now. I probably did buy it from Light Impressions. I generally go a decade between getting a group of prints that I want to drymount and...
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    Re: What Happened to Dry Mounting Prints?

    This thread reminds me that my last stock of dry mount tissue was defective. I'll be needing some soon. What do you folks recommend? I'll be mounting fiber-based double weight BWprints. No need...
  6. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Excellent! Konica IR was a terrific film.
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    Re: What Happened to Dry Mounting Prints?

    Dry mounted prints simply look better over time. The mounting board becomes part of the piece. Sure, mount boards can become damaged, but so can unmounted prints.
  8. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Well done, Darr.
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    Re: Equivalence: The Perennial Trend

    Terrific, Greg!
  10. Re: Should I Drum Scan, X1 Flextight Scan, or use the Epson V850 w/Aztek Wet Mount Ki

    I move the negative, keeping the camera on a very sturdy, stable and well-aligned support structure.
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    Re: Finally got a "Texas Leica"!

    Here's one made with my GSW690III:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/8lf818cxjnzdp35/London%20Eye%20Main%201-0400_1200.jpg?raw=1
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Very interesting, Merg!
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    Re: 8x10 film processing

    I don't see why not. I regularly process 4x5 in a tank that goes up to 5x7.
  14. Re: Rebuilding a Deardorff 11x14 Studio Stand

    Update: cutting cables with a cold chisel works great. I used a hard rubber mallet and eye protection. The fittings I mentioned earlier work fine. To attach to the lead weight hooks, I did have...
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    Re: 8x10 film processing

    Yep. Bad theory + little experience = bad advice.
  16. Re: Intellifaucet D250 - sticking valves

    That's great, Tom. I'll have to give that a try as well.
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    Re: 8x10 film processing

    The Expert tanks are expensive because they complicated, the tubes inside are bowed to allow solution to get to the back of the negatives, and because only a small number are sold. Consider, though,...
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    Re: 20th Century Camera reels

    Yes, or xray film. Thanks for the input, Charles!
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    Re: Is folding a Toyo difficult?

    The bellows are flexible. That's good for movements, but it means that the folds can become inverted fairly easily, and if the front standard isn't move all the way back to the rear standard, the...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Love it, Randy!
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    Re: Is folding a Toyo difficult?

    The Toyo field cameras are very straightforward to use.
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    Re: Custom Bellows UK gone?

    It works for me, too.
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    Re: 20th Century Camera reels

    Is there uneven development around the 'arms'?
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    Re: Is folding a Toyo difficult?

    No, but you have to check that the bellows are positioned properly before closing the camera. It takes a second or two to do.
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    Re: Greetings from the Isle of Mull

    Welcome! I hiked Ben More in early spring in 1990. My fiancee and I had a great time exploring the island.
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    Re: 8x10 film processing

    Pere, you know perfectly well what Bryan meant.
  27. Re: Intellifaucet D250 - sticking valves

    Take the two black plastic circles off the top of the unit. Use a quarter or a screw driver to turn the valves. I do this when I shot off the Intellifaucet and the water doesn't stop. Turn the...
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    Re: 8x10 film processing

    Start with trays, as Bryan says. It's cheap and can give great results. Regarding BTZS tubes, I liked them for 4x5, but I didn't as much for 8x10. At least my DIY versions weren't much fun to use,...
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    Yeah, it dries "dry'. It's what I use on my cast iron tools to keep them from rusting.
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    The swag-less connectors mentioned above just arrived. They fit on the carriage side of the cable, but the holes are too small for the hooks in the weight. I'll have to add a connector. The...
  31. Re: Macro Lens For Panasonic DC-S1R For Large Format Film Scanning?

    I have a couple things: Lens tests are tricky. What matters is the performance of your lens in your system at the magnification that you're going to use. I've only tested about 20 lenses with a...
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    Re: Tetenal single roll kits

    Sure, but they say they're testing the waters. If they sell well, I expect bigger kits would be coming.
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    Tetenal single roll kits

    https://www.dpreview.com/news/8124307897/tetenal-to-offer-magic-box-single-roll-film-developing-kits-for-testing-the-waters
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    Good tips. I plan on using a scrap piece of steel instead of my anvil.

    How do these look?...
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    You can use a cold chisel to cut the cable. See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzUhIlnvwZg
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    Re: Manuscan 810

    I don't have a lot of time right now, as it's nearing the end of the semester, and I'm spending most of my time reading rough, often very rough, drafts of my students' final papers. Maybe I'll have...
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    I can take some pictures tomorrow. Basically, what came with my stand are older versions of this:...
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    Re: Manuscan 810

    I use a sliding negative stage.

    So you have to work backwards from your print size to determine the resolution you need. Then you check how many separate areas of the film you'd need to...
  39. Re: Macro Lens For Panasonic DC-S1R For Large Format Film Scanning?

    Larry, do you need 1x magnification with a pixel shift camera? That will take about 24 frames to cover 4x5, and about 100 to cover 8x10. I've made a semi-automated camera scanner that works at 1x...
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    Ok. Doesn't look too bad. Cut cable with a cold chisel, using electrical tape to keep from fraying. Insert through fitting. Clamp cable in vice, and tap in wedge. One cable looks 1/8th, whereas...
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