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    Re: "More Finely Focused" is Available!

    Yes and note which CD you want.
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    Re: "More Finely Focused" is Available!

    Bruce gave me a sleeve of “Finely Focused” CD to hand out at workshops. He did this because a lot of the exercises in the book were ones I did and we used when we taught workshops together. The book...
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    Re: Contact Frame Spring Search

    A lot of older frames used 1/16 x 1 brass stock just form it to the shape and spring tension you want.
  4. Re: Trying to Source Gear Rack for 8x10 Kodak 2D

    Standard gear rack made today is 64, 48 ,32 pitch. The gear rack on your camera is closer to a 38 pitch. This is a nonstandard size. You could try the 32 pitch I have used it in the past and it has...
  5. Re: Trying to Source Gear Rack for 8x10 Kodak 2D

    The rack is a nonstandard rack size. It would have to be custom made. Or find a rail and use the rack from it.
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    Re: Fred Picker

    When Bruce worked for Zone VI he got two rubber stamps for Fred to use when he replied to mail. One was try it the other was bull shit that stamp was taken away from Fred
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    Re: Fred Picker

    no!
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    Re: Fred Picker

    Fred took a light weight tripod to Scott land and manage to back the rental car over the tripod the first day out. He was able to find wood and a pocket knife and make a new leg for it. If it was...
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    Re: Fred Picker

    During the ten day workshop Sunday was a day off. Dave ,Tim,and myself would go photographing. We stopped at a spot north of Rockingham Meeting house. When we walked into find photographic spots we...
  10. Re: Starting Dev Time For New Bergger Print Film?

    I would take a sheet and cut it into strips and expose then all to the same part of an image. Then develop , at 4 minutes pull one, at 6 min pull one, at 8 pull one and at 10 pull one. then print and...
  11. Re: Besler 45 V-XL vignetting; what's going on?

    Take the lens mount off it is attached by the 3 thumb screws. See if you can remove the plate that is cutting off the image area.
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    Re: Question Re Zone VI Enlarging Timer

    You can use an off/ on foot switch with the developing timer.
    That is how my timer is set up.
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    Re: Question Re Zone VI Enlarging Timer

    Both are momentary contact switch
  14. Re: Explain like I'm 5.......... GG thicknesses

    No thickness does not matter. The image is formed on the ground/ frosted side.
  15. Re: Pentax Digital Spot Meter (Zone VI Holster)

    They are in house manufacturing marks that have no real reason. May be they put then on to just drive you guys nuts.
  16. Re: Fit of film holders 5x7 for ~120 year old camera

    Cameras made around the time your was came with holders. Each camera maker had their own way of making the holders.

    You can try to find holders that fit. This may take time. The other option is...
  17. Re: Korona 12x20 compatibility with Lotus or Chamonix Film Holders?

    Most F & S camera do not have a rear rail.

    As to holders there are three ways to go.
    1 Find holders that were made for the camera this is getting hard to do. I have seem a lot of F & S holder...
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    Re: Kodak 2D Light Leaks

    Looks like the glue joint is failing. This could be a source of problem.
  19. Re: Bruce Barlow Memorial Weekend - Brattleboro, VT Oct 25-27.

    I arrived here in 1982 and don't know when I am leaving.

    Cell phone it's just a paper weight here in this area. So I do not own one. The car does but it does not work until I get to Brattleboro.
    ...
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    Re: Help with Kodak 2D back

    Is the wet plate holder thicker then a film holder
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    Re: Bellows Wax & Wood Polish? Suggestions?

    Best thing is to keep the camera clean. Soft cloth and distilled water.

    Depending on the product you use you could do more harm then good.

    The main thing to think about is how you store the...
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    Re: Heading to Vermont soon...

    Get a DELORME Vermont Atlas and Gazetteer

    Look up Mount Tabor Road. It goes through the Green Mountain Forest. It has streams ,Water falls, Beaver ponds, moose, at the East end is Weston and the...
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    Re: Lightleak or development issue?

    Steve Grimes when he was a member of this forum stated the best way to prevent problems of light leaks was to keep the focusing cloth over the bellows and back of the camera. Photographers learned...
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    Re: Lightleak or development issue?

    Holder may not be in the lock grove.
    Or when you put the dark slide back in you put it between the holder and the back.
    Or as Doremus said You put the holder way from the back when you pull it...
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    Re: Chroma Camera..anyone have one.?

    I like to know how the camera will behave in very cold weather.
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Custom Deardorff 8 x 10.

    Camera weighs 8 pound
    Bellows 20 inches

    Camera was on it's death bed when it arrived. The finish could be taken off with a finger nail. The hard ware was a greenish...
  27. Re: Best way to repair small light leak in bellows?

    Fine a piece of bellows material and glue it over the hole.
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    Re: Do you use 100% of a LF negative?

    I crop.
    I allow for edge damage.
    I crop 8 x 10 contact prints when I cut the mats.
    A negative is just part of the process of getting to a final print of the makers liking.
    Plus you can not...
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    Re: Anyone here ever make a cam?

    Made a lot of them. They take a lot of time and best to make 2 or 3 blanks so when you mess up the first you have extras.
  30. Re: Korona 12x20 compatibility with Lotus or Chamonix Film Holders?

    The standard "t" measurement for a 12 x 20 , 8 x 20, 16 x 20, 20 x 24 is 0.355. You have to remember these cameras were made back in the 1920 to the 1940's and we here in the US used the inch system...
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    Re: What about Richard Ritter

    The next part of the story

    In order to do the transfer I had to provide 2 forms of ID. One an image of my driver license and a bill with my info on it. Problem is Vermont requires your legal...
  32. Re: 4x5 light leaks when removing the dark slide

    Many tears ago when Steve Grimes was alive he would reply to post on this forum.

    One had to do with light leaks and he said the best insurance to protect against light leaks was to keep the dark...
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    Re: What about Richard Ritter

    The email address of info@lg4mat.net is not working.

    Use this address richartritter@gmail.com

    What a pain in the back side this is.
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    Re: What about Richard Ritter

    The story
    The web provider sent out a notice in Feb that a new company would be hosting the web site. I filled out the form and got a reply. But they dropped the ball and never sent me the follow...
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    Re: SOS light leak

    If They are the same the light leak happen outside of the holder.
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    Re: SOS light leak

    It could be the holder. Or it happen before the film was loaded in the holder. Pin hole in the box .
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    Re: Hello from PA

    I grew up in the valley and come back every year to photograph. It's a gold mine if you take the time to get out of the car and explore.
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    Re: Wisner 4x5 question...

    That does not sound right. A 1/4 of an inch is a bit too mush.

    You may want to send the back to someone who knows the construction of cameras. have then check the "T" measurement and the alignment...
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    Re: Wisner 4x5 question...

    The unfinished wood is the ground glass frame and is not in the image area when the photo is taken.

    The ground glass frame could be off center by the amount of clearance that was given at the time...
  40. Re: Help diagnosing 7x17 light leaks (not a newbie, but still)

    Image number two is bellow vintage.
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