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    Re: Lets See Your Darkroom

    Shared darkroom. We can do up to 20x24 prints in both silver and alt processes.

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  2. Re: Large Format Product & Food Photography Tips/Advice?

    A bit sideways on the topic but I heard an interesting presentation by this photographer/teacher at the national SPE convention in 2015 about the history of aesthetics in food photography. As I...
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    Re: Split grade printing question

    I do a full image test print with the green exposure going across the paper from bottom to top (say 3/6/9/12/15 seconds) and then with the blue exposure from left to right (3/6/9/12/15 seconds). Once...
  4. Re: Photographing long hallways - tilt or swing to achieve maximum focus?

    Try this: focus on the nearest point you want in focus. As you begin to stop down, focus more into the scene while keeping that near point in focus. At some point (if the gods are with you) the far...
  5. Re: "The Other City" exhibition by Thom Bennett

    Yep, you nailed all the locations! You'd probably enjoy Michael Zell's book.
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    Yes, we have a very active photo community and the PhotoNOLA Festival tries to tap into as much of that as possible.

    New Orleans was the 2nd city in the U.S. to have a daguerreotype studio. Jules...
  7. Re: "The Other City" exhibition by Thom Bennett

    Got some images onto the website: http://www.thombennettphotographs.com/new-page-1
  8. Re: "The Other City" exhibition by Thom Bennett

    Corran, if you do get to New Orleans, here's the listings for all of the PhotoNOLA exhibitions. Most will be up until January, some longer.

    https://photonola.org/photonola-2019/exhibitions/
  9. Re: "The Other City" exhibition by Thom Bennett

    Thanks Thomas. I will be putting them on my website, probably in the next week. I'll take some install shots to post here as well.

    Michael's book is a fun read. He's got two more in the series...
  10. "The Other City" exhibition by Thom Bennett

    I have an exhibit of 7x17 contact prints at a local library during PhotoNOLA 2019: https://photonola.org/event/the-other-city-thom-bennett/
  11. Re: Scanning Kallitypes, Van Dyke Prints, Etc.

    What Greg said.
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    Re: Kim Weston Nude Workshop

    I took the Nude and Platinum workshop over a dozen years ago and had a great experience. It was still geared toward film then but the most important aspect, for me, was how to work with the models....
  13. Re: Clarence John Laughlin - Father of American Surrealism

    There was a great exhibit a few years ago at The Historic New Orleans Collection (who have the Laughlin photo archive) about his correspondence with other photographers.
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  14. Re: Clarence John Laughlin - Father of American Surrealism

    He is, obviously, is a big influence here in New Orleans. I know quite a few photographers just a few years older than me who actually knew him and attended his salons. Check out a very good bio by...
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    Re: How was a Kodak Colorama made?

    One of the primary Colorama photographers passed away: https://nyti.ms/34zgpC5
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    Re: How many foot candles do I need?

    Exactly what I needed! Thanks!
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    How many foot candles do I need?

    There's a photograph I want to take at dusk that will need artificial lighting and I want to use continuous lighting. There is a local rental house that provides lighting for the film industry and...
  18. Re: New Book: Landscape as Longing: Queens, New York by Frank Gohlke and Joel Sternfe

    Looks interesting! As someone who is attempting to tackle photographing an urban landscape this book is right up my alley. And both of these guys make it appear easy, which it ain't.
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    Re: Central Camera Chicago & Ilford NEWS

    Stopped by Central Camera while in Chicago and we spent at least an hour just gawking at all the stuff they sell. Wish they had a website with everything listed because you'd need to spend an entire...
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    digital negs for LODIMA paper workshop

    https://www.lodima.org/digital-negative-workshop
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    Re: 360mm Lenses for 8x10

    I found a 360mm Commercial Congo to replace my 14" Commercial Ektar. Tessar design and in a "modern" Copal 3S shutter. Very nice lens. I think the Osaka Commercial was the same lens. Small and light...
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    Re: "For the Love of Film" PDN Magazine

    Sweet!
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    Re: 8x10 photography and diffraction

    Very well put.
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    Re: In Memory of Bruce Barlow

    Peace to his family and friends.
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    Re: Austin Granger featured in LensWork

    Nice work! Congrats!
  26. Re: Fujinon W f6.5 360mm vs Nikkor W f6.5 360mm

    Not a common lens but I found a 360mm Commercial Congo that is small and light, relative to the plasmats. Takes 67mm filters and is in a Copal shutter. Essentially, a modern version of the 14" KCE....
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    Re: How do you digitize 8x10" sheet film?

    Back in the old days if we needed to copy a transparency we would tape it to a piece of white plexiglass, light it from behind, and shoot another 4x5. Perhaps this method could be used with a...
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    Re: 8x10 Kodak Master Camera Questions

    Nice looking rig! Glad you worked out all the issues with the back. Good luck on your adventure!
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    Re: Greetings from South Texas

    S. Texas is essentially West Louisiana :)

    If you ever have a hankering to visit New Orleans be sure to check out the New Orleans Photo Alliance: https://neworleansphotoalliance.org

    We put on a...
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    Re: Tips for Contact Printing?

    The best guide to contact printing on silver chloride papers:

    http://www.michaelandpaula.com/mp/azoamidol.html

    http://www.michaelandpaula.com/mp/onprinting.html

    RIP MAS.
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    Re: ABC Pyro staining issue

    Thanks for the insight Drew.
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    Re: ABC Pyro staining issue

    I typically process emulsion down but, once in the fix, I flip them as I'm looking at them and leave them face up. In this instance, I did not agitate for the full time and, probably as important, I...
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    Re: ABC Pyro staining issue

    Drew, thanks for the info. I have read that TF4 is the best for pyro. I'll give it a try.
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    Re: ABC Pyro staining issue

    Michael, thanks for info. Means a lot coming from another ABC user.
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    Re: ABC Pyro staining issue

    Thanks Drew. I'll keep an eye on it.
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    Re: ABC Pyro staining issue

    Ah, so it's more likely a development issue? I use the shuffle method and think I am consistent in rotating through the batch.
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    ABC Pyro staining issue

    Notice the yellowish stains in the corners. Did I not fix long enough? Not enough agitation in the fix? Other issue?

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    Re: Scheimpflug Question

    All this talk of planes and Euclids makes my head hurt! Perhaps you are only curious about Scheimpflug in the theoretical sense but, if one does want a quick, practical way to achieve it in the field...
  39. Re: Weston's Open New Community Darkroom near Monterey, CA

    Very cool!
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    Re: Michael A. Smith has passed away

    Sad news indeed. He lived his life dedicated to his art and cut no corners. A consummate perfectionist in everything he did. Glad to have met him and learn from him and Paula. A tireless worker. We...
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