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  1. Re: Post your 8"x20" images in honor of August 2020 aka 8/20

    Yes, thanks, George for this thread (sorry for the late reply). I'm a former Jersey Boy, too (now in MA). You, Jim, Michael K., Corran, Reinhold (I was fortunate to luck into his Canham), others...
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    Food Project, End of Season Beehive Frames, 2018
    Canham 8x20
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    Food Project, Stacked Logs, 2018
    Canham 8x20
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    Drained Pond Bank, Tree, Shadow, 2016
    Canham 8x20
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    Carlson Orchards, Semi Trailer, 2017
    Canham 8x20
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    'Let's Be Leonard', Band Members, Summer Residency, 2017
    8x20 Canham
  7. Re: Post your 8"x20" images in honor of August 2020 aka 8/20

    Yes, nice thread! A couple more.

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    'Let's Be Leonard', Practice Shed, Instruments, 2017
    8x20 Canham
  8. Thread: Trail cart

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    Re: Trail cart

    Can we see it loaded up when you have the chance? Interested.

    Thanks!
  9. Thread: Your Studio!

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    Re: Your Studio!

    Yes, agreed, great idea for a thread. And for those with studios, and esp. those where you've been able to put in (or have access to) wet darkroom facilities, can you share any information about how...
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    Re: Matting & Framing for Display

    Hmmm, and I'd want to bottom weight the images slightly (perhaps 1" offset between top and bottom margins?). I will probably overmat (the prints are stamped on the back). At any rate, this gives me...
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    Re: digital negs for LODIMA paper workshop

    Hi Bob,

    Thanks for the tip on the digital neg approach to using Lodima grade 4. That could be an option, even though I don't know what's fully involved in printing w/digital negs on silver...
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    Re: Matting & Framing for Display

    Slight variation on the OP's question, and mindful of the concept of 'space for the image to breathe', what matte size might one recommend for 12x20 prints?

    Thanks.
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    Re: digital negs for LODIMA paper workshop

    Following on Thomas's point, has anyone had hands-on experience with grade 4, which they say is only slightly harder than grade 3?

    I've tried grades 2 and 3, but 3 is no longer available in the...
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    Re: What about Richard Ritter

    Whew! Glad it's just a temporary interruption.
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    Re: Interview on the Trackside Photographer

    Congratulations, a very informative interview. Also thanks for the introduction the work of Michael Froio and others mentioned in the article.
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    Re: 14x20 ULF In Practice

    And for a better price than the Chamonix. Lighter, too, and sturdy enough judging from another 14x20 users comments a couple years back. If you're serious give him a call.
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    Re: Greetings from Norway

    What about something from the Chamonix 4x5 line, or the new-kid-on-the-block, Intrepid?

    http://www.chamonixviewcamera.com/cameras.html

    ...
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    Re: My Artist-in-residence in Zion this past April

    Yes. ++
  19. Re: LF photo member wins 2018 Lensculture Portrait Series Award

    Ooops, jumped the gun and didn't get a chance to read the captions. Even more impressive!
  20. Re: LF photo member wins 2018 Lensculture Portrait Series Award

    Congratulations Bruce, admirer of your work.

    Were some of these taken with your 4x5 Gowandflex (I think) TLR?
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    Re: Lens case for Lenses on 7.5" boards

    re. Wisner and 8x8 inch boards: is that a modification (done by whom)?
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    Re: A light tripod for 810?

    Hi Gabriel, slightly off-topic, but I've really appreciated your site over the past few years and always on the look-out for more of your work.

    Thanks!
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    Re: Video about Nobuyuki Kobayashi

    Hi Andrew,

    Old thread but was watching (re-watching) the video. Did you ever catch up with Kobayashi in 2017 for a studio visit?
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    Re: The perils of expired film

    Thanks. Your scans look good. I have some Plus-X and was thinking of trying pyrocat but will keep hc110 in mind.
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    Re: The perils of expired film

    Which developer did you use (for the images posted) with the expired Plus-X?
  26. Re: Subjectively, Objective Volume 4: John Sanderson: National Character

    OK, thanks for the reply and always look forward to seeing more of your work.
  27. Re: Subjectively, Objective Volume 4: John Sanderson: National Character

    John,

    Looks great and would love to have a copy but late to the game and the edition is sold out, unfortunately. Any other options?
  28. Thread: ULF film stock

    by Carl J
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    Re: ULF film stock

    Always great to see your work. What film?
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    Re: Show off your ULF camera

    Wow, that's down from 13 lbs. for the standard model and, I'm guessing, with the shorter rails still acceptably rigid (I hope). Were there other changes to help achieve the low weight?
  30. Re: Ultra Large Format (Larger than 8x10) images with technical info

    +1 Esp. like the first image but both are nice! Can imagine some of us have been thinking about going down the ULF portrait w/studio lighting path and inspiring to see your work. Yes, which film...
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    Re: July 2017 portrait thread

    Lovely portraits, Ken. Thanks for the links to the full sets.

    Carl
  32. Thread: ULF Camera Cart

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    Re: ULF Camera Cart

    Hi Luis,

    Hmmm. Good to know the game cart wasn't quite the solution, after all. Seems like I'll try the Welcom (or similar). I'd like to put the Ries on the cart, if possible.

    Was also...
  33. Thread: ULF Camera Cart

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    Re: ULF Camera Cart

    Luis, how's the game cart working out (even 100 yards get old when you're making multiple trips back to the car)?

    Carl
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    Re: Show off your ULF camera

    Whoa. Send us some close-up views of the camera -- now that you've seriously whet our curiosity. :)
  35. Thread: ULF Camera Cart

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    Re: ULF Camera Cart

    Thanks, that works. Luis-F-S, can you post a photo once have it loaded up with the Deardorff?
  36. Thread: ULF Camera Cart

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    Re: ULF Camera Cart

    Link didn't work....(unless you're pulling our legs). ;)
  37. Thread: ULF Camera Cart

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    Re: ULF Camera Cart

    Thanks, these look extremely interesting as well. And most of these seem to collapse down to a fairly manageable size which is important. I have a smaller than normal trunk due to the hybrid battery...
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    Re: Processing 11x14 Film

    Hi Michael,
    With RAD how are you agitating the 11x14/8x20/12x20 film in the tubes (when you use them) at the specified intervals? Do you have a suitable top cap and invert or roll around? For...
  39. Thread: ULF Camera Cart

    by Carl J
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    Re: ULF Camera Cart

    Hi Tav,

    I like that approach, samsonite suitcase (or equivalent) with rolling cart, and then figure out how to modify the suitcase as in the photos.

    Thanks.
  40. Thread: ULF Camera Cart

    by Carl J
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    Re: ULF Camera Cart

    Thanks, Michael. How well do the wheels work on moderately uneven terrain, grass, dirt, gravel? I'm not necessarily hauling that far but usually the ground is a bit rough.
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