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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Phenomenal texture and great composition and tonal range!!
  2. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    Welcome to the forum I guess :(.

    Just ignore Drew honestly. Make your own way. Can't learn until you fail after all, regardless of process/difficulty.
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    Dan, I've actually talked to multiple people who either don't post anymore or left after not much time.

    The reasons often include the word "curmudgeon."
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    +1

    Encouraging new practitioners is one of the main things this site should be aiming to do, and I can tell you from personal experience this site has destroyed that aspect, which is why it...
  5. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    Being a really good technician also doesn't make you Rembrandt or [insert artist name here]. But that's going down a different path with regards to discussing "art." Anyway, if one has a decent grasp...
  6. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    Same. First try was the photo I posted on the first reply I made.

    It's not rocket science. I'm sure you'll be fine.

    Good choice of subject btw Vance.
  7. Re: Is it worth it to buy this Beseler enlarger?

    Enlarger pricing is all about where you are and what you can find. I imagine there's even slimmer pickings in MS than here in GA. Of course as soon as you buy it, a free one or two will pop up!
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  8. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    Luckily with Photoshop it's basically a one-click merge and registration, so no big deal on that if you are doing it digitally.
  9. Re: Is it worth it to buy this Beseler enlarger?

    Good link!

    If it's workable and you are ready to jump into real darkroom printing, get it!
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    Re: Scanning a negative as a document

    I saw that and I have no idea what those folks were smoking. Yes, film is transmissive, and the Epson and all negative scanners use a light source behind the negative (in relation to the lens/sensor)...
  11. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    Whoa that's cool, mind posting some photos? Never heard of such a thing personally.
    You could make some custom ones with gels, but any kind of defects on the gels would mess things up! Perhaps...
  12. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    Keep your eyes peeled and you may find one cheap. I have 4, one of which was free and the others I paid half the typical price seen on eBay. They are super helpful and the numbers would be especially...
  13. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    From my notes on the blog:

    Red 25: 2.5 stops
    Green 58: 2 stops
    Blue 47: 3 stops

    Seems to be what I arrived at.
  14. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    I didn't find the filter factors to have that kind of disparity, but if you go for a more extreme red (29) filter you might hit a higher filter factor (recommended at 4 1/3 for standard photography,...
  15. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    RL, it's certainly easier to shoot these in MF. I recommend you standardize on filter order so you always know what image is what filter. I always just do R - G - B, though I considered doing it in...
  16. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    Thanks! A bit of artifacts in the forest area was probably wind blowing the fronds around.

    I have used T-Max 100 mostly for experimenting with tri-color images. I wrote a bit about my experience...
  17. Re: Has anyone here done three-color photography on B/W with a Speed Graphic or simil

    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?21100-In-Camera-Tricolor-separations-HOW

    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?105362-Trichromatic-Photography
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    Re: Gibellini - 8x10 Holders

    That was also my thought. No weight spec given.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Good images jp. You get a lot more practice than some of us ;).
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Indeed, and this snow was accompanied by exactly that kind of flat lighting except for about 5 minutes the next morning when I saw the clouds open up briefly. I wasn't out photographing though. We...
  21. Re: Fitting a Jena Tessar 21cm 210cm in a Linhof board

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/COPAL-3s-Flange/124070505696

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Copal-3s-Jamb-Nut/123777461165
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Thanks guys, and nice catch on the fawn!
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Ask and you shall receive - we got an unexpected 4+ inches today. But all roads were impassable and a lot of cars were abandoned due to people trying to drive (we don't have proper snow management...
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Agree.

    Today we had the barest dusting of snow/sleet here (after torrential rain and flooding yesterday!). There's hope yet for a bit of snow sticking before the end of winter.
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    Re: X-Ray Film Images SHOW THEM

    Thanks Jim and Steve.

    No, it's a friend who was in the university's art program years ago. I used to hang out as the unofficial TA for all the film classes.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Which way are you facing? If towards Phoenix, you'll certainly never overcome the light pollution, but perhaps you could facing away.

    I see that's near the Roosevelt Dam. I drove all the way down...
  27. Re: Check Your Ground Glass ~ Film Holders for Registration! Simple, Important and F

    Yep and I have one of those Chams!
  28. Re: Check Your Ground Glass ~ Film Holders for Registration! Simple, Important and F

    Good tip!

    What about cameras with the ground glass reversed, or with a fresnel?
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Thanks John!

    In this instance I used my HP Combiplan tank with 1200mL of solution. I had 4 sheets of film to develop.

    I have also on occasion used a single BTZS tube stood vertically to...
  30. Thread: Filters for B&W

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    Re: Filters for B&W

    I beg to differ...

    I'm sure I could show you a few where you'd have no idea I used a GND filter. Yes trees shooting up in the sky can be problematic though.

    We perceive colored skies...
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    Re: How to use half-frame dark slide?

    Nah, I don't think I am. I've screwed up enough film in enough ways to know that isn't going to be a secure solution. But why don't you make a couple and show me? And congrats on your steal. Look...
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    Re: How to use half-frame dark slide?

    Well, besides the fact that 8x10 holders are very expensive (I paid about the same amount for the 4x10 holder as I would a modern 8x10 holder in good condition), I would be worried about any kind of...
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    Re: How to use half-frame dark slide?

    Be aware that the half-darkslide trick can be a real bear for wide / ultrawide shooting.

    Remember, the half being exposed essentially has about 1 inch of front rise or fall applied to it, since...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Interesting look to those sunflowers in IR!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Thanks Alan, Steven, Jon, and Ben!

    I was lucky with the clouds. The overcast day broke finally, with some puffy clouds making the sun hazy but directional raking across the scene beautifully. I...
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    Re: advice for a 8x10 setup for portrait

    Beyond the above excellent suggestions, you should know that there is no such thing as an 8x10 enlarger that is "not too much weight." If you are shooting 8x10 and want to do traditional prints you...
  37. Re: Using Center ND filters on the back of LF lenses a viable option?

    Greg, I applaud you for actually trying it. I don't know, but I bet it'll work at least somewhat. Looking forward to your results, despite having the filter in question. I am lucky to have bought it...
  38. Re: Likely Very Naive Question, sheet film then scan to produce a digital print.

    That has absolutely nothing to do with the topic of this thread, and a rather ignorant remark to boot. One-click auto-exposure was around for decades before digital.
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    Re: BESELER MB57 Cold Lamp Enlarger History

    Very interesting, thanks Randy!!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    One more...

    Double Rainbow in the Mist
    Linhof MT, 150mm APO Symmar + polarizer, Portra 160, cropped

    http://www.esearing.com/Bryan/AV/photosharing/toccoa-5227css.jpg
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