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    Re: Greetings from the Isle of Mull

    Welcome!
  2. Re: Travelers: New X-ray machines WILL ruin your film

    ...and film that has been shot but not processed...
  3. Re: Travelers: New X-ray machines WILL ruin your film

    I think he means, unopened, never seen the light of a camera, film.
  4. Re: Drew Bedo Shows Work At Art Spark in 2019

    Congratulations, Drew!
  5. Re: ChromaGraphica Double Dry Plate Holder Kickstarter - Friday 9 August 2019 Noon la

    What a well thought out design. Well done!
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    Re: Hello from various locations...

    Welcome!
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    Re: IR 760 filter - rating film speed

    I think Leszek just gave you a good starting point with this filter. That would result in a very long exposure... but then you also have to slap on reciprocity correction. You could be looking at a...
  8. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    I have done double (green lat) and single sided (EB/RA) semi-stand (two agitation cycles) in Rodinal, and Pyrocat-HD. Pyrocat-HD was by far the better of the two if extreme sharpness is desired. I...
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    Re: HC110 B with HP5+ @ 100

    I routinely expose HP5 at EI 200 or less, depending on subject brightness. It's something that most people do. When I use a 100-125 speed film, I'll expose it at 50-64, respectively, and depending on...
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    Re: Multiple Test Zones on one Sheet

    I made a Zone Board, as outlined in Gordon Hutchings', The Book of Pyro. It has worked well for me for over twenty years...
  11. Re: Have you found exotic developers worth it for 8x10?

    Pyrocat-HD
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    Re: Hi from Boston!!

    Welcome, Claire. Please tell us a bit more about your background, photographically speaking... what LF camera are you using, film, etc?
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    Re: Btzs tubes: 8x10 issues

    I've been using BTZS tubes for both 4x5 and 8x10 for over 20 years and never had an issue with them. I'll admit though that I do not like the newer 8x10 black tubes. They are much lighter than the...
  14. Thread: Hi all!

    by Andrew O'Neill
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    Re: Hi all!

    Welcome to large format!
  15. Re: How do you convert a color negative after you scan it?

    I scan, then on Photoshop ditch the red and blue channels, put green channel to 100% then gray-scale. Save as tiff. Green channel has a very slight edge in sharpness.
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    Re: Gum Bichromate Printing

    There's got to be a good art supplier in Glasgow. I could have sworn I visited one there...
  17. Re: Advice on Printer purchase for Dig Neg, w/out Pizza Wheels

    Thanks to Sandy, otherwise I would not have known about this printer. I purchased refillable cartridges, and will swap the MK ink (when it runs out) for PK. Currently, I'm mainly using MK, PK, and...
  18. Re: Advice on Printer purchase for Dig Neg, w/out Pizza Wheels

    Over the summer, I picked up a refurbished Epson P400. Up until now, I've used the 4000 (very happy until it died), and two 3800's. The magenta on one just refused to print. The other one never...
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    Poll: Re: Poll 2019: Age at last birthday

    Turned 56 yesterday. I believe I was 40 when I joined...
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    Re: New back pack

    $400 US?? No thanks.
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    Re: ROLL CALL

    If I'm not here, I'm over at apug... er, I mean, Photrio!
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    Re: Is my film correct exposed ?

    I use Sunny 16. I found it more reliable than a cell phone app. Couldn't tell you if you focused it enough, though. If your eyesight is decent, and you stopped down enough, then should be acceptable.
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    Re: New Lightweight Camera System

    Well, he did say that he's making progress on, but it will be slow... sloooooooow. Or he just gave up on it.
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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    8x10 HP5. Abandoned bridge to no where in southern Saskatchewan, Canada.
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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    No, I'm set up near the edge.
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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    8x10 HP5. Carbon Transfer.
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    Re: IR Googles

    Goggles, man! Goggles! :D
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    Re: IR Googles

    Goggles? ;)
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    Re: Kallitype and toning

    I gold tone or selenium tone (KRST). I like them both. Yes, you can lose some Dmax with selenium, if you're not careful. I use a very dilute mixture. 1+100. 24C. Couple of minutes and Bob's your...
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    Re: ROLL CALL

    Here!
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    Re: Hello big film lovers

    Welcome!
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    Re: Dark shade on negative

    So just to verify, the dark, vertical stripe I see on the positive image you provided, is in fact a light stripe on the negative? In other words, the stripe is actually on the negative?
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    Re: tray developing: which timer?

    For many years, I've been using a Gralab 900 digital timer with the LEDs set to dim. It is on the counter behind me, about a metre away. Never had an issue with fogging...
  34. Re: Good Afternoon from Milwaukee WI USA

    Welcome to the forum, Hav!
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    Re: Getting rid of tiny white spots

    Are they actually white spots on the negative??
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    Re: 8x10 photography and diffraction

    Film sag did you say? Double-side tape. Bob's your uncle.
  37. Re: Jollylook - The First Cardboard Vintage Instant Camera!

    Sounds to me like they are still committed, Mr. Plywood.
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    Re: In Memory of Bruce Barlow

    Very sad news. So young. I enjoyed all his posts over the years. He'll be missed.
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    Re: Medium Format Infrared Images

    Let us know when you want to sell. I'll buy some!
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    Re: Medium Format Infrared Images

    That Konika IR was really nice stuff. I shot a lot of it in Japan back in the 90's.
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