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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    On the honor system
  2. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    I just had the opposite occur. I was out yesterday photographing with my 4x5 Chamonix in an industrial area near a fright train yard, and a 20ish man was paying attention to what I was doing, but...
  3. Tomas van Houtryve Wet Plate Photos of Notre Dame Restoration Workers

    https://tomasvh.com/2022/04/15/notre-dame-wet-plate-collodion-portraits-celebrate-restoration-with-vintage-photography/

    There"s a short video near the end of the article


    More of his Notre...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Thanks Roger!
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    Re: post your trees!

    Thanks Jody!
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    Re: post your trees!

    Thanks so much!
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    Re: post your trees!

    From an ongoing project titled On The Edge an exploration of the periphery of O'Hare Airport in Chicago
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    Re: What was Feininger using?

    I had no idea polarizing filters were invented in 1928 by Edwin Land who, of course, started Polaroid. They are much older than I assumed.
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    Re: The Rochester New York lab?

    Praus Productions

    https://www.4photolab.com/
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    Re: Darkroom Sink Slope & Drain?

    I've built several sinks and always used about 1/4 inch per foot slope with the drain in the lowest corner. They worked fine.
  11. Re: ‘Pure’ Landscape Photography Versus Including the Human Element

    I'm with Peter. While I understand the impulse to make so called "Pure" photographs, but I don't subscribe to the myth of the pure landscape and personally feel this is a genre that has been done to...
  12. Re: tricking imacon software to scanning higher ppi?

    Jimmy Schipper Bjaaland was the former Service and Production Manager at Hasselblad. He obtained all the parts that Hasselblad had when they discontinued support for the Imacon scanners. We'll be ok...
  13. Re: tricking imacon software to scanning higher ppi?

    You might try contacting B23 in Copenhagen. He knows everything about these scanners and can supply parts and do repairs. I bought a new motherboard for my Precision III and he was most helpful.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Easter is coming...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Peter you and your hawk seem to have had similar plumage!

    Have you read Helen Macdonald's 'H Is for Hawk'? I highly recommend it. It's about much more than raptors—life, death and other easy...
  16. Re: Jeffrey Wolin: Faces Of Homlessness

    Randy,
    You might want to see more of Jeff's work—

    https://www.jeffreywolin.com

    He's been addressing significant social issues for a long time
  17. Jeffrey Wolin: Faces Of Homelessness

    A friend of mine is featured on Lens/cratch today with work from his recent project on homelessness


    https://lenscratch.com/2022/03/jeffrey-a-wolin-faces-of-homelessness/
  18. Re: Best practices for storing 1000s of prints?

    Indeed! I was cleaning out a cabinet in my parents apartment shortly after they had died and found about a dozen loose negative that my father had taken of my mother before they were married. They...
  19. Re: Best practices for storing 1000s of prints?

    You could be correct. If they were mine, I would would go the archival storage route as it would be the best possible solution. It can't hurt and maybe it would help even a little. It might also be...
  20. Re: Best practices for storing 1000s of prints?

    You can buy archival shoe boxes—

    https://www.archivalmethods.com/product/short-top-boxes

    I would get rid of the envelopes the prints are currently stored in as they, I'm sure, are made of...
  21. Re: Indoor public spaces that allow tripod

    I’ve been thrown out of parking garages while using hand-held cameras so I don’t think tripods will be automatically welcome. I would talk to whoever is in charge of the space you want to photograph...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Pulaski at Belden—Chicago, IL
  23. Re: Dry mount pressed prints and wrinkles

    I had this problem and traced it to a lack of humidity when drying prints in the winter. Running a humidifier so the prints dried more slowly cured the wrinkled edges. About 1 minute at 200 Degrees...
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    Re: Camera Obscura

    Randy, I bet you're never bored in there!
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    From yesterday's walk
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    Re: Camera Obscura

    Interesting concept slerman, I hope to see more.

    Abelardo Morell has done some intriguing work with a camera obscura


    https://www.abelardomorell.net/camera-obscura
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    I do remember these things and more—I'm old too!

    The Viking ship is now in Geneva, Illinois and is being conserved and is open to the public.

    https://vikingship.us/
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Highland Park, Illinois—Ready for anything
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Chicago—the obligatory Bean photo
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    Re: Tripod Head Recommendations for 4x5

    Manfrotto 410

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/124665-REG/Manfrotto_410_410_Junior_Geared_Head.html
  31. Re: Photographing U.S. Post Office Building

    Don’t worry, Superman will take good care of you. What could go wrong?
  32. Re: Photographing U.S. Post Office Building

    Gary, there are a lot of quite striking post office buildings. I think issues with law enforcement must vary depending on where you are. Here in Chicago I would make the photo and not give it a...
  33. Re: Dim Natural Light LF still life pics

    Very nice Miguel! Thank you
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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Chicago, Illinois
    Alpha Movie Theater, 1912
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    Re: Post Your Smaller Format Trees!

    Chicago 02/15/2022
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    Andrea Modica Video

    I stumbled onto this yesterday and thought it might be interesting to many here.

    Andrea Modica is an 8x10 platinum printer

    https://www.blind-magazine.com/en/lab/masterclass-with-andrea-modica/
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    Re: Film development according to Kodak

    Got it Sal, thanks
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    Re: Film development according to Kodak

    What is the point of all this? I'm right, you're wrong? How is a discussion of obsolete materials useful?

    I met Andreas Feininger in about 1974 and he never talked about technique, he had much...
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Thank you so much Michael
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    Re: RIP William "WFW" Whitaker

    So sad to hear this. My condolences and best wishes to Will's family and friends.
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