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    Re: Northern Virginia/Washington, DC

    If you're on Facebook please do a search for Washington, DC Area Film Photographers and consider joining the group. We have a bunch of people shooting everything from 110 to 8x10.
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    My second LF camera. A Calumet CC-400 on a Bogen tripod. Shooting a steam locomotive in Gaithersburg, Maryland.

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    Re: Images of mistakes - good or bad..

    We should all be lucky enough to make such wonderful mistakes.

    I am brand new to LF photography. I am using a FR tank to develop my Shanghai 4x5 and it appears that part of the top is not getting...
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    Re: Interested in 4 x 5

    I don't know that my Calumet is any lighter than my Crown Graphic. Sure the Crown folds up but the Calumet has a handle. I am not the hiking type but if I were I would grab my Nikon EM before I took...
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    Re: Interested in 4 x 5

    I was about to pull the trigger a Calumet CC-400 for $120 shipped on the 'bay until I saw on locally on Craigslist for $50. It was listed for a month and usually with things listed that long I try to...
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    Re: First shooting and developing 4x5

    Great photo. I am also new to all of this. My first LF image taken with a Crown Graphic and Kodak 127mm F4.7. Film is Shanghai GP3 developed semi stand in Rodinal for one hour. Scanned with an Epson...
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    Re: Trains

    This is just insanely brilliant. Thanks for shooting and sharing.
  8. Re: Anyone Use Shanghai GP3 Film in 4x5 and 8x10

    This the Shanghai 4x5 film shot with a Crown Graphic with a Kodak 127mm F4.7 lens. Developed in Rodinal semi stand for one hour in Rodinal. This was the first time ever shooting film with a LF...
  9. Re: Picking up my second LF camera in the Washington, DC suburbs

    I did pick up the camera and it's a gem. All knobs work and I ran a flash light under the bellows to look for light leaks. I picked up a Schneider 210mm F5.6 Symmar-S MC w/Shutter for $150 shipped...
  10. Re: Picking up my second LF camera in the Washington, DC suburbs

    I am very excited. Today I picked up a Schneider 210mm F5.6 Symmar-S MC for $150 shipped on ebay. I gotta go find a lens board now.
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    The later Calumet cameras used a larger lens board then the early 4x4 on the CC-400. They shared boards with the Cambo cameras. One company bought out the other. They also made a Cambo/Calumet...
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    Re: Northern Virginia/Washington, DC

    Hey team,
    I am not new to film photography but new to LF photography. I have thought about building a photographic community as well. I maintain the Medium Format Photography group on flickr and the...
  13. Picking up my second LF camera in the Washington, DC suburbs

    I am old enough to remember when New Wave music was ah....new as well as when people shot on film because it was the only thing to shoot on. Got my dad's old Brownie when I was probably 10 and bought...
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    Re: July 9 Washington DC (Great Falls) meet-up

    Hello all,
    I joined the forum last December but just started looking at it again. I will check back to see if there will be future meetups.
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    Checking in from Gaithersburg, MD

    Hey LFPF gang. I am about 30 minutes outside of America's capital city of Washington, DC. People around here will tell you that they are from DC but crack quickly under scrutiny and then admit they...
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