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  1. Re: Expired film, storted at room temp, for bin?

    Thanks. I use ACR. Worked each shot individually. Set white balance then went through making minor adjustments. Most tweaks were what I would do normally for any photo, digital or analogue. Local...
  2. Re: Expired film, storted at room temp, for bin?

    A friend gave me several rolls of Fuji 135 Sensia slide film, 20 years old. Had not been refrigerated. I shot two rolls using auto exposure. Not really paying attention because I thought they'd be...
  3. Re: Light weight 4X5 gear backpack recommendations

    Thxs!
  4. Re: Light weight 4X5 gear backpack recommendations

    Doremus,

    What is the name of the pack you use?
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    Re: Lost Light Art a Full LF Free Lesson

    One of my favorite sites.
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    Re: Source for light meter calibration?

    I'm not sure if he would work on your particular light meter but Rich Ritter calibrated my Pentax spot meter (his specialty). Probably worth sending him an email.

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    Re: Lost Light Art Blog . . . . Website

    Absolutely recommend checking out his channel. Love his enthusiasm and creativity.
  8. Re: Light tent film developing with monobath

    When I first started I spray painted a plastic container black and did "tray development" in a film changing bag. (Yes, I said bag). It worked, but as someone suggested, the Stearman tanks are well...
  9. Re: "Camera Work" A Photographic Quarterly. Online

    I've been working my way through them. Articles can be tedious or fascinating. The description of the amazing development by the Lumiere brothers -- an easy to do and color accurate film process,...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    It was tough boat, it was battered for several weeks. Interesting story. It would have cost about 6-8K to float the boat, but could recover several times that for salvage. Owner claimed he didn't...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

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    This sail boat was caught in a storm and went aground. The owner effectively abandoned it and it was eventually battered to pieces and removed from the beach.

    This was the only film...
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    Re: Lens Aperture vs Meter Reading

    I wonder is someone can comment on the following exchange with a representative of Sekonic (I added the bolding):

    Hi everybody who has followed this thread, I contacted Sekonic and they kindly...
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    Re: Question for Wista SP owners

    Unfortunately Precision Camera was unable to help with this question. If any one else familiar with the Wista SP has the answer, I would be most appreciative.
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    Re: Question for Wista SP owners

    OK, thxs.
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    Re: Question for Wista SP owners

    Perhaps there is something wrong with my camera, but there are two large knobs on the back (below the two micro swing knobs above), one on the right and one on the left.

    In order to tilt the...
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    Re: Question for Wista SP owners

    Thanks for the quick response. So I know how to tilt the back 15 degrees backwards, but how do I do the "micro" tilt? I know that the back swing and micro swing have different controls so I assumed...
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    Question for Wista SP owners

    I came across a sales brochure for the Wista SP and noticed the following under Specifications:

    BACK MOVEMENTS:
    o Swing 15 degrees (horizontally)
    o Tilt: 90 degrees (forward), 15 degrees...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    202291

    https://secure.flickr.com/photos/79977169@N04/
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    Re: Do we need the mylar?

    Philip,

    Thanks for the response and the link to your article. I also glanced at your other articles. I look forward to reading them soon. I also noticed you have a Hasselblad 203. So do I,...
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    Re: Do we need the mylar?

    Phillipus: Is there a brand or type of overhead film you recommend? Amazon has dozens that vary wildly in price.
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    Re: I'm curious: HP5 Neg came out in color

    Coran, thanks for the detailed explanation. Exactly what I was looking for. I'll sleep better tonight:o
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    Re: I'm curious: HP5 Neg came out in color

    Thanks for the responses. First I can assure you this is a 4x5 HP5 image. What I showed was a digital scan of the negative, i.e., the positive. The negative is in fact B&W. I am just curious as...
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    I'm curious: HP5 Neg came out in color

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    I shot this today with my Wista. 2 seconds at F/22. Developed in Diafine and scanned with an Epson 750. I used Epson software. I did use color negative and 48 bit setting because I had...
  24. Re: Wista 45SP -- Focus Screen withOUT grid lines?

    Precision Camera now in Fairfield, CA
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    Re: Epson scanner automatic settings

    OK, thxs I appreciate your POV.
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    Re: Epson scanner automatic settings

    Ted,
    I assume you prefer the no Color Control option. The problem with that is you can make no adjustments at all. I generally only set B&W points but as I mentioned above, really liked digital...
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    Re: Epson scanner automatic settings

    Not sure if anyone is still interested in this but, based on the suggestions above, I did some "tests" on the different Configuration options in Epson Scan. Where I netted out for Configuration with...
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    Re: C-41 Development - First time

    Sorry I wasn't clear. My images never come straight out of the scanner that clean and nice. My assumption is that after you scanned the negative you imported it in to a program like LR or PS, did...
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    Re: Epson scanner automatic settings

    Well two responses, two slightly different ideas:). Not surprising and I suspect that I will need to run some tests myself. I really don't shoot that often but I'll dig up some old negs and see. ...
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    Re: Epson scanner automatic settings

    I would really like to see some discussion of this. I've seen many "how to scan" videos. Most don't even mention the configuration page. Of the ones that do, I've seen recommendations for each of...
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    Re: C-41 Development - First time

    Your photo is beautiful. Besides spotting, what post processing did you do to get to the final image?
  32. Re: Newb question: Store film holders with dark slides in...or out?

    Thxs. Glad to hear that my instincts were correct.
  33. Re: Newb question: Store film holders with dark slides in...or out?

    Interesting thread for me because I have been told by a couple of people that my Hasselblad backs should be stored with the dark slides out to preserve the light tightness of the backs. For all the...
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    Re: SP-445 - What Went Wrong

    Here is a discussion of this issue. Short version: It may not be from putting the film in wrong.

    https://www.photrio.com/forum/threads/shadows-on-negatives-using-sp445.162953/
  35. Re: Starting my focus calibration of V850 using resolution target

    Thxs to both you and FB.
  36. Re: Starting my focus calibration of V850 using resolution target

    Pere,

    Sorry if this is a dumb question but: Does the Table imply that setting DPI at approximately 3200 is the most "efficient" way to maximize the resolution of one's negative for an Epson 750....
  37. Re: Sam Hiser is still working on the New55 technology

    Exactly!
  38. Re: Sam Hiser is still working on the New55 technology

    Fascinating essay. I kept hearing the theme from Man of La Mancha while reading it. I've used his monobath and am quite happy with it. Hope his impossible dream comes true. I'm in for the ride,...
  39. Re: Thoughts on the Nikkor-T 360mm with a Wista VX

    As Mark said, to use the 300 effectively you will need to acquire a bellows extension or possibly a top hat lens board. Otherwise it will only focus at infinity on your Wista.
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    Re: Southwest Florida / Everglades

    I asked a friend who shot with CB and did his printing. According to him "his favorite was Ilford Delta 100 that was readily available in 5x7, 8x10, and 11x14.

    He also used Fuji Neopan 100 and...
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