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    Re: Lawsuit Against E-Bay

    So you don't know if they have an appeal system but had to "honor" us with your opinion, huh?.... Typical of your posts..... :rolleyes:
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    Re: More Portraits?

    Well, you know I am no fan of digital and dslr shots, but hey, when it is good, it is good. I think this is an exceptional portrait.

    Having said that, don't let it happen again.. :D
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    Re: wide angle lens for 12x20 format

    SAS.... buddy, this is a thread from the year 2000.. :)

    PS. Don't know what you didi, I use a 355 frequently in my 12x20 and see no fall off...are you sure your filter ring did not cause...
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    Re: Shows opening in L.A. and Philly

    Best of luck and I wish you much success.
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    Re: Drum processing 8x10 HP5?

    The Jobo print drums are not as smooth as the cibachrome drums, at least the ones I had both in 8x10 and 16x20. The Jobo print drums have ridges, or at least my 3063 does, I do not know about the...
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    Re: Drum processing 8x10 HP5?

    Did you actually read that the original poster wanted to do all three steps in the tube. IN addition some films are harder to get the antihalation back removed which can lead to uneven staining, I...
  7. Re: To ULF or not to ULF? That is the question!

    As someone who uses both I would advice you to get the 8x10 and later when you can afford it or if you find a good deal you can go bigger. With an ULF you will find yourself very limited on subject...
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    Re: Having coffee with my Lawyer...

    The lawyer paid, but John is getting an hourly invoice next week.... :)
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    Re: Drum processing 8x10 HP5?

    Brubaker sells them for $70 I beleive....talk about a mark up, huh? Mine cost $11, they are black, but like I said, you can paint any of the colored ones black and it will work.
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    Re: Drum processing 8x10 HP5?

    I used to have a cibachrome tube, trust me when I tell you that the developer will not reach the antihaliton layer in the back of the film where it is in contact with the drum.

    Give it a shot, it...
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    Re: What is Large Format Photography

    Those gigapixel guys, they just have to show off!
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    Re: What is Large Format Photography

    Thank you Alan! the only item I would change would be film or digital back for 4x5... :)
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    Re: What is Large Format Photography

    You are way off base. Lets see, Jim Collum shoots a Betterlight back on a 4x5, Don Hutton I beleive stitches 4x5 photographs, Kirk Gittings, as he pointed out, stitches smaller format photographs but...
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    Re: What is Large Format Photography

    Nothing Donald, this is why perhaps you and Jeff should start a forum about super creative stitched images with ultra big files and leave those of us who still prefer to take our snapshots with big...
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    Re: What is Large Format Photography

    :D
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    Re: Camera Movements

    I must be missing something, if the model is standing and the camera is tilted at 30 down, why not just lower the camera? Are you trying to get a specific effect?

    If you are tilting the camera...
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    Re: Camera Movements

    Well some questions before any of us can help you. Is the person sitting down or not? WHen you say camera at 30º angle I take it to mean the camera is pointing down, am I mistaken?

    Assuming the...
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    Re: Are you making money with LF?

    Since Don quoted one of the clowns and I was forced to read the post, a few things strike me a funny. One, that apparently I have been doing all the attacking and they are lilly white.... as they...
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    Re: Are you making money with LF?

    Well put Sandy.
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    Re: Article on view camera maathematics

    I'll wait for the lay version as well, tried to read it and got lost in the first paragraph... :)
  21. Re: Why do you photograph in black and white?

    That is a funny quirk. I guess in my case I am afraid of falling into the post card trap. Here we have plnety of small towns where people paint their houses in really bright colors, but how many...
  22. Re: Why do you photograph in black and white?

    Doesn't your dslr have a b&W setting? My little digigizmo has it so I can have it in b&w as well as sepia. Looks like crap, even in the wonderful 3 in lcd screen...LOL.

    I think the adjustment to...
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    Re: Another backpack question.

    Have you talked to Bruce at photobackpaker? I am sure he can accomodate you and find you the right backpack and fit. I really like what he did for me, the system is great.
  24. Re: Why do you photograph in black and white?

    Because is what I do better? I admire those who can do great color work like Masiel or Tenneson. For me doing good color work is far harder than doing good B&W.
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    Re: Wide F***ing Open!

    Great shot Brian.
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    Re: Are you making money with LF?

    Well sure, now I know to ignore it since it has gone to shit. The annoying part was checking the thread and seeing all this talk about dslrs.

    I did not ask you to roll over and play dead, I asked...
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    Re: Brass lenses WARNING Lead Paint

    What was the concentration of the lead and how much of the paint is there? If yo lived in the 70s and early 80s you probably go more lead contamination from car exhaust than you ever going to get...
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    Re: Are you making money with LF?

    Is it enterily appropiate because you say so? Is LF being replaced with dslrs? And if it is, is it not a more appropiate place a dgital dslr forum to discuss this?
    YOu say to understand the pros and...
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    Re: Drum processing 8x10 HP5?

    Yeah, but if you want a cheap alternative to tubes, you can go to any welding supply store and buy the tubes they use to store the welding leads. They probably wont be light tight and you will have...
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    Re: FAPS bag?

    They look like the Zone VI bags. At the price they are asking for them, I would recommend you to get the photobackpacker system. I would never carry all of this equipment on an over the shoulder bag,...
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    Re: Drum processing 8x10 HP5?

    Yes, you will have to roll it by hand, the drum will work but it won't allow the developer to reach the anti halation layer, so you will have to make sure you do the stop bath and fix on a tray.
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    Re: Landscape photography bias in LF?

    For many years LF street photography was done with crown and speed graphic cameras. The work was not as publicised as that of the formal landscape photographers. I think those using LF have gotten...
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    Re: Are you making money with LF?

    Are they? Why make such ridiculous comparisons? And this being a LF froum, who really cares about what those using dslrs think? If they think that a dslr is better than LF, nothing you say will make...
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    Re: Are you making money with LF?

    hmmm.....maybe the name of this forum should be changed to dslrs and those who use them because they cannot use a LF camera. Funny how even a clearly LF topic is steered towars dslrs.

    No offense...
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    Re: Fotoman Problems

    Yes there is a drill bit used for tripped screws, but they are no where near the size he needs. I was going to suggest to just drill the screws with a 1/16 bit (the smaller I have been able to find...
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    Re: LF focus at night

    It depends on the subject distance, if it is somewhat close, get a flash light that you can remove the cover so that the bulb is bare, place the flash light with the bare bulb where you want to focus...
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    Re: ArtSeen3 in Los Angeles

    Congratulations Domenico, well deserved.
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    Re: Wide F***ing Open!

    150 SSXL, wide open, back front tilt.
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    Re: Reciprocity issues

    The problem comes when you change the slope of the curve. Minimum changes in development can change the slope of the TMY curve, this is why people call it finicky.
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    Well, I am going to have to disagree with the Merkingler hinge rule and it's utility, specially in the field. I can see where it is useful if you are doing table top, have all the control and time to...
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