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

    Exquisite! Lighting and processing.
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    Re: T-Max 100 w/T-Max RS Developer

    As already mentioned, a great combo. Both Tmax100 and Tmy400 are close to box speed with this developer, I shoot Tmax100 at 80 and develop for 10 minutes at 24 degree 1+9 I use a Jobo 1500 and...
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    Re: New film from Begger! BERGGER Pancro 400

    Bergger 200 was rebadged Forte pan 200 and it was a bit grainy but nice and with an extended red sensitivity.
    I might be mistaken but I don't think Bergger ever manufactured anything. Film and...
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    Re: MF (6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Love this bird series from Austin but lot's of great images from all lately. I really like this thread and the excellent medium format images posted here.
  5. Re: lightweight wide-ish 5x7 lens recommendations

    Since there are no 4.375"' 6.8 Dagor Greg most likely meant the f8 and there would be no need to mention the f stop.
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    Re: sadly tales

    Don't forget a six pack or two, it always brings out a hero or two.
  7. Re: lightweight wide-ish 5x7 lens recommendations

    Hard to find anything lighter and smaller than the 130mm Rodenstock Perigon.
    Will cover 5x7 with lot's of movements.
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    Re: How about some infrared images

    The old version was not IR safe!
    That said, have had good results throwing the dark cloth carefully over the bellows before exposure.
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    Re: How about some infrared images

    The bellows on my early Cham 8x10 is not IR safe. The bag bellows you can get for the 8x10 is IR safe.
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    Re: Brian Ellis

    Sad news. R.I.P Brian.
  11. Re: Question for users of the Cachet 11 X 14 print washer

    Just deep enough. 12.5" deep measuring to the lowest of the dividers.
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    Re: Contact printing with Lodima

    150W will in my experience be to much light for the Lodima paper of course it depends on the distance also. Lodima is a much faster paper than Azo although they are both slow compared to Silver...
  13. Poll: Re: Poll: How long is your average darkroom printing session?

    Voted 2 to 4 hours but have gone longer but that would not be an average. 12 to 14 hours is some hardcore sessions, my back would give up long before that.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Beautiful image Austin.
    Be well trained before you give it a go, there's to many up there that did not make it back.
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    Re: Post your churches

    Almost same spot as Austin's image, just around the corner. Scan of Pt/Pd print.
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    Re: Gossen Luna Pro...Thoughts?

    I have a Pro SBC that I can sell, make me an offer :)
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    Re: MF (6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Tom, Very nice portrait.
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    Re: Where to go & photograph in Denmark?

    Not yet mentioned but Fyn (Fynen) and Langeland the long island between Fyn and Lolland is worth a day or two. The Southern part of Fyn is nice with small villages and very old houses. On both...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    More praise Austin. Wish I had the creativety to make such a nice image.
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    Re: Currently available VC papers?

    As Erik I am also partial to Ilford warmtone, it just have the right amount of warm tone without being completely brown.
    The new offerings from Ilford sounds very interesting. The classic MGIV IV...
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    Re: MF (6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Spectacular image Will.
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    Re: "All things are photographable" thread

    Agree with you Sly. Not sure how Jonathan made it but he seems to always have the time and the vision to create images from within 50 feet of his wife's naked body, he probably never get out of his...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Nice calm and quiet fall scenery Alex.
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    Re: MF (6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Beautiful capture Will.
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    Re: Obsidian Aqua, catechol staining developer

    That is one thing I still need to try. Going by the suggested dev times I have developed a few rolls that looks nice without extended time. Just very inconsistent so far.
    Next time I will cut a roll...
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    Re: Obsidian Aqua, catechol staining developer

    I think part of the reasons for thin negatives is the film speed. Those few rolls I have successfully developed in the Potassium variant have been exposed at about half box speed.
    Negatives...
  27. Thread: Abstracts

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    Re: Abstracts

    Very nice Austin. Great tone, should make a wonderful print.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Another one from Sunday morning, a little more drama in this one.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Thanks Ari, it was just medium format :)
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Thank you Pete..
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    From earlier today. Finally some interesting weather due to the cold here in the NW.
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    Re: Obsidian Aqua, catechol staining developer

    At this time we must conclude that it is consistently inconsistent and to much of a risk to use on important images.
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    Re: Obsidian Aqua, catechol staining developer

    Sounds like you have exactly the same problem as I did.
    In the end I made the OA with Potassium Metabisulphite and Potassium Carbonate and can make good looking negatives now. TMY an exception,...
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    Re: December 2013 Portraits

    That's a beautiful portrait Ari. Wonderful light.
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    Re: Mixing Selenimum Toner

    1:3 is a very strong solution and almost at the strength you want to use to increase contrast in negatives.
    Some papers don't tone very well, the now long gone Kentmere Kentona was an exception....
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    Re: Chemical mixing

    I think it is possible to use D76 on a replenishment schedule as some does with Xtol. Do a search on Xtol and I think you will find some threads about replenishment.
    If you do this you would need to...
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    Re: Chemical mixing

    1.0039 gallons will make the developer useless :)

    Something I missed in my response to Raffay earlier is that it really does not matter if the end volume is 4L or 3L as long as he will test and...
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    Re: Chemical mixing

    Raffay, just remember to filter your developer before you put it in your storage bottles and you will be rewarded. :)

    As an afterthought, also use filtered water to clean your storage bottles to...
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    Re: Chemical mixing

    Yes, you want a final 3.8L when all is mixed.
    I use coffee filters in a funnel when i fill my glass bottles.
    Not filtering will cause you a lot of grief when it is time to print. Everything you can...
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    Re: Chemical mixing

    You can mix in an open bucket no problem. It is best to start with less than the full amount of water as the chemistry will add volume.
    Start with 3 liter of water and dissolve the chemistry and...
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