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    Re: Intellifaucet models and questions

    Mine was clogged with minerals last time I moved and found the valves were pretty easy to disassemble and clean out. Worked perfectly afterwards. The teflon valve seats makes it a pretty durable...
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    Re: How about some infrared images

    Fantastic shot Austin. Fog in the background? Never thought about what fog would be like in IR, I like it.
  3. Re: KEH is Opening a Brick-and-Mortar Location in Atlanta

    Cool. Theyve been there a while operating online, must have finally got a showroom finished.
  4. Re: Help with routing a centered through slot for 20x24 front standard

    You can drill two holes at the ends of your slots then use a coping saw to remove the wood between and a wood rasp to clean up the cut when done.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Gorgeous lighting Daniel!
  6. Re: Need suggestions for Savannah GA and Tampa FL

    Theres a place near Hardeeville NC just north of Savannah called Savannah National Wildlife Refuge that was an old rice plantation. Great place for seeing migratory birds and alligators. I got a few...
  7. Re: Need suggestions for Savannah GA and Tampa FL

    If you’re following the coast south from Savannah check out the driftwood beach at Jekyll Island. Good restaurants there as well.
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    I would like to have seen that shot with a filter to differentiate the blooms from the leaves a bit. Detail and texture are really nice.
  9. Re: Need suggestions for Savannah GA and Tampa FL

    As well as Pulaski theres Fort Jackson which is even older than Pulaski dating back to Revolutionary War times.
    Your wife may enjoy the many galleries in Savannah as well, one we stopped at long ago...
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    Re: vacuum easel pump suggestion

    Not every vacuum is really loud. Shop vacs seem to be the worst for noise. Ive used some of the older floor models that had pretty good sound dampening in them. It never hurts to have a little extra...
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    Re: vacuum easel pump suggestion

    I always ran my vacuum cleaner pump for my vacuum easel outside the darkroom with a switch on the enlarger table wired to turn it on and off. Still got the old vacuum if you want it, sold the easel...
  12. Re: Negatives with a variety of damage on them.

    That was simply inept processing. Better you do it yourself as you will be more liable to treat them carefully.
    That negative looks water damaged, you may be able to soak it in a photoflo solution...
  13. Re: Negatives with a variety of damage on them.

    In a pinch you can process the film yourself in small trays in the dark, this way you can work on isolating each defect and figuring out how to eliminate the problem. Then with minimal equipment...
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    Re: Maco Prototype IR film...

    Run your rotary tanks in low light, preferably led light that doesnt have the heavy IR component that tungsten light has. Should be fine. This warning was probably due to some of the cheaper plastic...
  15. Re: Another story about a salesman, repairman and machinist, Gidou-san of Toyo camera

    If you communicate with him again tell him thank you for doing such a high quality job on our cameras!
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    Re: V700 Scanning problem

    Im referring to the outline that tells the scanner where to scan. F its in the wrong place the auto exposure will give you some really weird results.
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    Re: V700 Scanning problem

    Where is the selection box when this happens? I see this on my scanner when the selection is not on a negative.
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    Re: Oregon Public Broadcasting segment

    Thank you Jim, quite an interesting subject you are sharing with us.
  19. Re: Dry Mounting Press / Change the Rubber carpet

    Zinc plates are probably weights to put on top of the prints after mounting to help them cool flat.
  20. Re: What is the Most Difficult Large Format Photography

    I would think LF macro work rates up there with the hard ones to do.
  21. Re: A foolish idea

    It would work with the right film. You might try for some ortho copy film so you can develop by inspection plus the lower speed of the film makes for an easier time finding the right exposure which...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Interesting, there is one in Alabama Ive been to that Ive taken similar images of. I’ll have to see if I can find it and post it here.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Very nice! Is that the one in Alabama?
  24. Re: Post your critters & plants under the macro lens

    African violet. Its been a few years since I shot this, cant remember what camera I used on it.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Looks like a good bit more driftwood washed in than last I saw the place. Composition gives pretty good depth to the shot.
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    Re: Something I couldn't explain

    You might notice the f number is expressed as f/ or a fraction. Thats because it is a ratio of the measured aperture to the focal length and it was found long ago that this gave practically the same...
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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Yup, penguin about to take flight!
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    Re: scrolling paper development - advice

    A cellulose sponge does a decent job. You may want to use diluted developer to slow it down some to get the action more even. As far as the scrolling technique are you using anything as a spool for...
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    Re: Opinions on grafmatic

    One little detail Ive noticed is the septums have a slight pinch in the edge film track that hold the film sheets in place with friction. If the septum is too loose there the film tends to wander out...
  30. Re: Diagnosing over exposed band through the middle of negative

    Take the back off and shine a flashlight inside the camera to check that. Then put the back on and take the lensboard off and do the same from the front. Somethings not tight.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Good light Bryan! I’m envious at how well you can pick out a scene from the busy mess mother nature hands us.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Looks tack sharp Bryan, did you use any movements?
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    Re: tank for 5x12

    I have several of those tall tanks if you want to check them out.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Gorgeous shot! I think you found some ideal light and a great composition.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I like the tonality of the Howtek scan. I guess the epson cant be trained to do that?
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    Re: Photo Cart Based on an Old Golf Cart

    I looked at those on ebay, looks nothing like the sherpa carts for hiking with cameras. They had bike size wheels and some could be collapsed a bit for narrow trails.
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    Re: Rocks and stones

    Nice! Looks like overlapping lave flows.
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    Re: Framing a darkroom against concrete wall

    You might want to put the ridgid foam between the joists and caulk the seams. Then you could paint. The insulation will reduce the noise a bit and keep the dust down.
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    Re: Framing a darkroom against concrete wall

    When I put a wall across the space for my darkroom I used construction adhesive to attach the 2x4s to the floor and concrete. Extra adhesive to till any gaps. The top and one side were screwed to...
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Fantastic lighting and tonality, I would hang that on my wall.
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