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  1. Re: Making, not Taking: Portrait Photography in the 19th Century

    The Jacksonville museum has been closed for several years. Peter Britt's collection has been moved and as far as I know it is not on display anywhere.
  2. Re: Can it be a solution for avoiding newton rings

    I have used a ground glass for contact printing color Cirkut negatives for years some are over 7 feet long. NO Newtons rings period. I ground the glass myself with carborundum. This doesn't affect...
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    Re: Post your signs

    It's panoramic so you will have to click on the link to see a bigger version to browse around. A fun picture I took many years ago with a #10 cirkut camera. The signs are almost in English. This...
  4. Re: G. Gennert camera: which plateholders?

    I have an 11x14 Gennert Burllington that takes "regular" film holders. I only have three holders, but they are from three different manufacturers and they all seem work. I don't know about the...
  5. Re: What is the largest format camera that you have seen ever?

    Another camera to consider is the #16 Cirkut. With a 36 inch lens a full circle image is 18.85 feet long. That makes it 3619 square inches of film exposed. Only 97 of these cameras were made, and...
  6. Re: What is the largest format camera that you have seen ever?

    The original Lawrence camera used in San Francisco was acquired by a California photographer named Waters. He used it for a few years and then it disappeared. Smaller versions do remain with family...
  7. Re: What is the largest format camera that you have seen ever?

    35" x 35" = 1,225 square inches. Although Lawrence's camera was 22" by 55" my camera was designed to use 24" roll film.
    The George Lawrence reproduction panoramic camera is 24" x 60", that's 1440...
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