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  1. Thread: Texture

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    Re: Texture

    Rock Cliff Detail, Monteagle, TN
    Fuji 135mm, Delta 100, scanned print.
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  2. Re: Adobe is going to only sell subscription based Photoshop

    Photoshop has always been overpriced. It's now going to be way overpriced. Honestly, what do you expect from Adobe. Instead of making their product better to drive sales they are trapping the...
  3. Community Darkroom Project in East Nashville

    John Haubenreich is trying to put together a community darkroom in Nashville. I thought there might be some interest from some of the Nashville area LFers. So...anyone? You can get in touch with me...
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    Re: 100 Most Influential Photogs of all Time

    The best part about these types of threads is discovering amazing new photographers! I won't add any names here, but I do have a list on my website that has been going since 2002,...
  5. Thread: Abstracts

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    Re: Abstracts

    http://willwilson.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/scan_2011-11-25_SteelBeamDetail-012.jpg
    Steel Beam Detail - Blackburn Fork, TN
    Fujinon 135MM, Ilford Delta 100
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    Re: Is 8x10 worth the trouble???

    I too have toiled over this question. I love 4x5 and like you was always tempted by 8x10. I was convinced that I needed to be shooting 8x10. I mean why shoot anything but the best right? Well after...
  7. Re: Unicolor Instructions for : UNICOLOR 320 "Film Drum II" Film Processor

    I Have it posted on my website.
    http://www.willwilson.com/unicolorinstructions.html
  8. Re: Fujinon Large Format Lenses Sorted By Focal Length

    ***Update***

    Well, I received a phone call from ?Joe? today. Joe, are you on the forum?

    He is apparently the author of the Fujinon database I put on my website back in 2009 when the site at...
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    Re: 10x enlargement to 40x50

    Don't let them scare you. It's possible, just difficult. I have successfully made 30x40 prints tray processed without an assistant but anything bigger and you'd need a helper. Wet printing that big...
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    Re: Chamonix 45-N2 Nikkor 75/4.5

    One of the reasons I purchased a Chamonix N1 was for the versatility. I regularly use both a 47mm and a Kodak 17 (about 430mm) with the extension board.

    I was mistaken earlier when I said the...
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    Re: Chamonix 45-N2 Nikkor 75/4.5

    Steve basically summed it up. You achieve minimum extension in the third front standard hole from the front. Then use the rear standard adjustment wheels to loosen the rear standard and move it as...
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    Re: Unicolor print drum processing of film

    I have been processing 4x5 and 8x10 with unicolor drums for about 8 years. They work great for both sizes. I do think a motor base is key. If you don't have a motor base you might as well be tray...
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    Re: Merg Ross in LensWork

    Merg,

    Excellent Work. I really enjoyed it! Congrats!
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    Re: 2010/2011 Print Exchange Call for Entries !!!

    I would like to participate. Thanks Darr!
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    Re: Ilford Delta 100 processed for N-5

    You can do a N-5 development with Delta 100. Not my first choice but it will work. Make sure you do plenty of testing. Extreme development like this needs to be fairly precise.

    I use Delta 100...
  16. Re: Drymounting 20x24 Prints on 16x20 Seal Press?

    works great, make sure your cover board is the same size as the board you are mounting your work on.
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    Re: Chamonix 045n2

    I wonder if you will be able to purchase the parts to upgrade the 45n1? It looks like the rear swing could be added pretty easily.

    My 45n1 is fine, but I would like some rear swing!

    Hugo???...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Beautiful tulip Ken. I have also had some tulips around recently. They do die quickly!

    "Red Tulip Detail" 105mm Tominon, f16, 400mm ext.
    http://willwilson.com/temp/TulipDetail.jpg
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    Re: Enlarger Height

    Also, http://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?t=45765
  20. Re: Michael Adams Sues over Proposed Auction of Ansel Prints

    They have not exactly decided the outcome on this one. In Nashville the Fisk-O'Keefe debacle has been a very hot topic. Alice Walton (Walmart) is trying to buy it.
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    Re: My new web site!

    John, It looks great. I like the simple layout and the image browsing is very user friendly. Best of all your images look fantastic. I am partial to your color work though.
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    Re: Jack Dykinga: another one bites the d

    Honestly, I don't see why anyone would still shoot color 4x5 with the 20+ megapixel cameras and great TS lens that are out now. If I was shooting color I would be all digital without hesitation.
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    Re: Cibachrome drums for film processing

    It works great with unicolor drums. I process 4x5 and 8x10 BW with very consistent results. If you pre-warm the drums with water the temperature will stay within a few degrees during processing.
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  24. Thread: The LF look

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    Re: The LF look

    A large portion of histories master photographers shot LF, because it was the cutting edge photo making technology of the time. That is why there is an "LF look." Hop in your time machine and give...
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    Re: Any advantage to LF?

    If this is on location natural light work, which it sounds like it is, I would go digital, 5dmkII or similar for the big files and thus large print capability for your exhibition. It's hard to beat...
  26. Re: Rodagon MTFs - What happened to butzi.net?

    You can also download Rodenstock info here: http://www.rodenstock-photo.com/mediabase/original/e_Rodenstock_Analog_Lenses_27-42__8226.pdf
  27. Re: Rodagon MTFs - What happened to butzi.net?

    http://photomusings.wordpress.com/2009/11/23/static-website-archive/

    http://web.archive.org/web/20031204085635/www.butzi.net/rodenstock/rodenstock.htm
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Thanks Ken!
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    White Fuji Mum.
    105mm Tominon, Ilford Delta 100 on Forte Polywarmtone.

    http://willwilson.com/photos/2010-01-01-Mum-001.jpg
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    Re: What's in your 4x5 Lens kit?

    for 4x5: 47, 75, 105, 135, 17"

    for 8x10: 300mm
  31. Re: Ray McSavaney Photo Exhibit & Reception Jan. 21-March 29, 2010

    http://www.tgartworks.com/raymcsavaney/viewpoint/viewpoint.html
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    Re: Clear Epoxy Resin over Prints

    This is the artist that originally got me thinking about embedding work in clear plastic of some sort: http://www.jordaneagles.com/ I sent him an email early on asking for some pointers without much...
  33. Re: HELP: Does the Shen Hao Lens Shade Fit the Chamonix 45N-1??

    I'd like to know too!
  34. Re: ADOX attempting a return of Forte Polywarmtone

    It has a nice warm image tone, excellent contrast and good blacks. It tones very very easily. I really like it and I don't like warmtone paper.
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    Re: Film vs. Digital?

    Jim, I can't get enough of that dead horse animation. Great every time.

    It's starting to feel like mentioning that filmvdigital is like beating a dead horse is like beating a dead horse. We need...
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    Re: Paper; Economical Alternative to Ilford

    The Arista brand papers are fine and cheaper than Ilford, but it's also important to learn your materials. You can save quite a bit of money if you know what to expect from a particular paper instead...
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    Re: Film vs. Digital?

    Jerry, thanks for posting a link to your blog and welcome to the forum. I've got you on my list of blogs to catch up on...long list. Enjoyed your article.

    "spray and pray" should be added to the...
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    Re: Fuji discontinuing Quickloads

    Maybe somebody mentioned this already, but Badger graphic seems to think they are being discontinued in April. I don't use them but I sure wish I could afford to.

    "UPDATE: STOCK UP ON FUJI...
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    Re: To dry mount or not to dry mount

    For me a fiber print is not finished until it is trimmed and dry mounted. The mounted print becomes the final work. I simply can't stand an unmounted fiber print. The waves make it difficult to...
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    Re: Why Moonrise over Hernandez?

    Really Kinkade? Steven, you had me going for a minute. I mean AA could never even dream of doing work that comes close to the majesty that is a Thomas Kinkade.
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