Search:

Type: Posts; User: PoulsboJeff; Keyword(s):

Search: Search took 0.00 seconds.

  1. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Hey Brad.
    Sounds like a good idea. For now, it will be the Hasselblad and Delta 100, along with a little Velvia while it is still available. Can't wait for the Chamonix. I keep picking up little...
  2. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Hi all.
    Well, I bit the bullet. and ordered a Chamonix 45F-2. It won't be here until next March. In the interim, I picked up a 210mm Rodenstock 5.6 Sironar-N from Roberts Camera. The lens is...
  3. Replies
    51
    Views
    3,386

    Re: New Computer Time...

    Funny thing, bugs. I used to work with an engineer from Grumman who was on the LEM team for Apollo. One bug that they could never figure out was with the lunar decent engine. If they needed a burn of...
  4. Replies
    51
    Views
    3,386

    Re: New Computer Time...

    Good for you! When I was a young pup, my father took my on a tour of Teleregister in Stamford Connecticut in the late 50s. In the back they were hand wiring looms on racks for the "diode valves"....
  5. Replies
    51
    Views
    3,386

    Re: New Computer Time...

    I built my first computer in 1982. It was a Heathkit with a Z-80 chip, CP/M operating system, and a pair of 5 1/4 floppies. I have built all of my machines with the exception of a Dell laptop (not...
  6. Replies
    51
    Views
    3,386

    Re: New Computer Time...

    I too am sick of Windows. Unlike earlier versions,10 wants to update right when I am in the middle of an important project. I keep having to fiddle with it. BTW, I also have an MSCIS, so hopefully I...
  7. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,165

    Re: Vintage Camera Repairs - anyone left?

    KEH is also offering repairs, although I do not know to what extent. They CLA'd a Hasselblad A12 back for me. The price was reasonable.
  8. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Maybe later on this year, we can meet up in the HOH. I will probably have the Hasselblad and eight million rolls of Velvia, as the Korona is in storage in Walla Walla. Could be fun.
  9. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Hi Vaughn
    No need to worry about crossing the border, just wear your Groucho Marx glasses LOL. I did my first platinum prints in a class taught be Kerik Kouklis in Sacramento back in 1989ish. I saw...
  10. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Thanks Heroique. Nice to meet you. I live about two miles south of the bridge, so it is an easy trip up the Peninsula. Actually, I found a 3,000 acre park right next to Port Gamble. It's access was...
  11. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Thanks ELF! I've been using Blue Moon Camera and Machinery in Portland for my 120 processing, as well as searching and purchasing the perfect B&W emulsion - think Bergger, Ferrania, FP4, etc. Right...
  12. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Thanks Phillip. The Stearman Press setup is probably a good start. I'm on his mailing list. One other adjustment will be to ditch (AKA sell) the V600 and invest in a V800 or V850, since the 600...
  13. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Thanks domaz! I'm looking forward to it. Do you process your own film, or have a lab do it? I do not have the facility here to process, even with something like a JOBO. Corresponding with Ben Horne,...
  14. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,908

    Hello from Poulsbo, Washington

    Hi all. I learned of the forum from Mat Morash's YouTube channel. I'm looking forward to hearing what people have to say, as well as the camaraderie of people with like interests. My first...
Results 1 to 14 of 14