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    Re: New Ilford darkroom survey, December 2019

    Yup. Glad it was posted. Not sure why I didin't get it; I'm subscribed to the newsletter.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Nicely seen, Colin.
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    Re: What Happened to Dry Mounting Prints?

    I have seen the same but still dry mount. Paul Strand's friend, Walter Rosenblum, dry mounted his prints on single ply board which was then mounted to the larger matte and over-matted. I don;t know...
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    Re: Around the house?

    Colin, your tonality is well handled. This image has an especially playful game of forms. Fun!
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    Re: post your trees!

    Very fine indeed!
  6. Travelers: New X-ray machines WILL ruin your film

    I picked this up from John Sexton's newsletter and post the link below. The new 3-D scanners will reportedly do in your unprocessed film instantly.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Very nice, cmug.
  8. Thread: 6x17 Images

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Tuco, these are wonderful examples for study of composition and painstaking choice of viewpoint. Thank you!
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Very nice, Matt. Great tonality and feel for the light.
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    Re: Greetings from Nairobi, Kenya!

    Welcome indeed! This is a superb place to find answers to questions and see a great deal of excellent work.

    Have a look here at this delightful graphic that was posted here long ago by Mark Owen...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Very fine, Joe.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Ken, very nice. Lovely counterpoint with the birch or aspen, as well as triangles.
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    Re: Focusing Cloth r

    I purchased a very large black T-shirt last year and have been using it. It's not ideal, and I can never quite decide whether to put the neck hole over my head or over the camera back. When over the...
  14. Thread: Hi from arnhem

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    Re: Hi from arnhem

    Welcome! Good place for help!
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    Re: post your trees!

    RenoAmiens, striking, in it's own quiet wat. The toning works very well for the birch.
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    Re: October 2019 Portraits

    Hi, Jahanzeb. This is an engaging portrait, and a great beginning!

    Not knowing exactly what you had in mind, and with inadequate experience in shooting portraits in LF, I will simply note a few...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Compliments from me , too, panoral.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Michael, the tonality of these images is truly exceptional, completing their effect. Good timing!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Jon.oman, I find this landscape quietly exceptional. It takes a nice, leisurely time to expore and appreciate.
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    Re: Foam for lens case

    Reading this thread sent me hastening to my camera bags. I guess it's time to chime in here with questions, having both added some foam padding to my various camera bags and made a customized lens...
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    Re: Preferred Format, and why?

    For the portraits I make, the 4x5 rectangle offers a wonderful space in which to place my subject. By frame-count and time spent, the vast majority of my work ever since I first began in 1968 has...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Panoral, nice composition!
  23. Re: Observation on focal length and portrait drawing

    I had hoped not to spawn this debate.
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    Re: How was a Kodak Colorama made?

    I recall seeing one of the 35mm ones at Grand Central Station in NYC. Probably mid- to late 1960s. Phenomenal.
  25. Observation on focal length and portrait drawing

    I share the following in case it may be of interest to other portraitists, expecially those relatively new to the field,. I am by no means new to it but am taking a new turn in my course and am...
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    Re: Film comparison site

    Thanks, Peter. Good to have.

    Might be useful as a sticky for the forum.
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    Re: Perma Wash ratio for small batches

    32 oz pf water would get 3/4 ounce; 16 oz would get 3/8 oz, 8 oz would get 3/16 ounce. I was using the Permawash cap for a while, but the container doesn't pour so well. I have a small Paterson...
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    Re: XTOL Replenished Facts vs Fables

    APUG (Analogue Photography Users Group) is now Photrio.com
  29. Re: Curious about creation of a custom filter adapter, what it would take

    Thanks.
    As it turns out, the filter I ordered, a Himatt Fire-something, is internally threaded in front for 39mm, i.e., it's a regular 39/39 filter, which I mention because the ad indicated that...
  30. Curious about creation of a custom filter adapter, what it would take

    As one whose knowledge of practical machining would fit on the point-end of fine needle, I am asking an idle question. What would it take to measure and create a quality custom adapter filter ring in...
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    PRJ, this is a striking image.
  32. Re: I take back every bad word I have said about Kodak...

    I cannot speak to TMY with great authority, but portraits are indeed my interest. When I returned to photography a couple of years ago, I had to simplify for a number of reasons, and pare my budget...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Fine work, Daniel. I like Rock Bridge 3, in part because, except for the closest bottom foreground, the image does not have to so often forced appearance of such a wide-angle lens. It is a matter of...
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    Re: Greetings from Paris-France

    Bienvenue, Michael! This is the best place for all matters LF.
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    Re: Hello from Bucks, UK!

    Glad you have joined your merry band. Looking forward to seeing your work, especially, in my case, portraits. I'm reading two books on Thomas Eakins at the moment.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Very fine, Ken. The little gull counterpoint completes it. The tonality of the sea is quite remarkable.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Great start, Rainymac! I'm sure quite a few of us have experienced the challenges of format change to LF. And yes, what a pleasure it is, too!
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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Thank you, pepeguitarra. Glad you enjoy it.
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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Thank you, Ken.
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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Thank you, Peter.
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