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    Re: Used gear and availability

    I had been researching LF for about a year and getting a good idea of what camera I'd ideally like to get. Kept an eye on the usual venues (here, eBay, KEH, Adorama, etc), and shortly thereafter a...
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    Re: Help me choose a camera to hike 2000+ miles

    I would suggest as many others have, that 4x5 is not the format that makes the most sense for an extended hike. If you were going away for a weekend or even a week, I could see it being an option,...
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    Re: Collodion websites closed

    I'm frankly suprised that MySpace still exists, I thought it died a decade ago.

    Regardless, it's not an appropriate place for a collodion forum.

    I would once again suggest groups.io, you would...
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    Re: E-Bay and PayPal: What should I know?

    CraigsList?
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    Re: Collodion websites closed

    Facebook is a consumer behavioral data mining operation posing behind a social media front.

    Most of the professional groups I belong to were previously on Yahoo groups or similar, and have moved...
  6. Re: Does anyone use a Lee Filter System on a 4x5?

    I considered that, but have up to 95mm threads on some of my Rollei Schneider lenses, and finding a Bay VI to 95mm step up never resulted in anything useful. Since I had so many filters already in...
  7. Re: Does anyone use a Lee Filter System on a 4x5?

    I use the wide angle hood and 100x150mm filters, mostly NDs. It's a bit difficult to see where the ND ends on the GG, still working on getting it right. My smallest filter thread size is 49mm, I have...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I think you're off to a great start! Not sure what's up with the sky, the rest looks pretty good. It's your eye and your composition, although personally I agree with the other poster who would crop...
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    Re: Resolution Comparison Between Films?

    Thanks Drew for the exhaustive, informative and practical guidelines.

    Apropos Technicolor, the process you describe sounds similar to Kodachrome, which was one of my favorite films (along with...
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    Re: Resolution Comparison Between Films?

    Could you speak a bit more to this point, Drew?
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Lovely tones, tuco.
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    Re: How do you set up your tripod?

    Not to derail the thread, but out of curiosity, how many of you end up shooting most of your material at eye level? I.e. at whatever height you usually walk around and view the world from?

    One of...
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    Re: How do you set up your tripod?

    Apropos markings, my Novoflex comes with markings integrated into the carbon fibre legs, making it really quick to match height across all 3 (or 4) legs.
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    Rodenstock 90mm 4.5 Grandagon-N questions

    I'm researching a few 90mm lenses.

    I've heard/read a lot of great things about Schneider Super-Angulon MC, and know I don't have the budget or weight allowance for the XL version. While here, I...
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    Re: endless external HD shuffle Part deaux

    Corran, if you have an old-ish computer or two knocking around and some drives, you could look into ZFS (https://www.freenas.org/)

    It's free (as in beer), reliable, expandable, and flexible.
    ...
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    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    Amazing. Really takes you back to another time and place!
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    I second that suggestion. And I would buy the book.
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    Re: Post Your Hiking Photos - Any Format

    This is stunning, tuco!

    Very well done. Nice save.
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    Re: Hello from Germany

    Welcome Ingo!

    Hope you find everything you want to know and much, much more here!
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    Re: Interested in 4 x 5

    I'd say there's one exception to that statement, in the Arca Swiss cameras (All Round CAmera made in Switerland, now in France) that were specifically designed to bridge the gap between field and...
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    Re: Interested in 4 x 5

    I found several Natalie Obergs on a Google search. Curious about which one you mean, would love to check out her work. The one married to Andreas doing long lens cinematography has some really...
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    Re: Dealing with dust

    Hey Joe,

    it's not so much a complaint as an observation.

    I haven't printed anything yet. Looking at the negatives under a loupe on a light table reveals small white squiggly lines at random...
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    Re: Back to basics - newbie developing help

    That should be easy, there is no fan! Life by the beach in sunny Southern California ;-)

    I've already gone over my changing bag and will clean all holders as well as inside the bellows, just in...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Thanks, I didn't see the forum header until after I had posted. I've removed it now. Sorry for the imposition.
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    Re: Dealing with dust

    Are you using 6"x8" or 6"x9" sized bags? My holders (Toyo and Fidelity) measure close to 8" in length, not sure if the thickness of the holder would interfere with closing the bag.
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    Re: Dealing with dust

    Well, I will try Ziplock bags for now and see if they help. The changing bag will be vacuumed and I will clean each film holder thoroughly and remove any speck of dust before packing them in plastic....
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    Re: Dealing with dust

    I just got back from the store with a box of 1l Zip-lock baggies. Do you have a source for the anti-static ones? Those make a lot of sense.
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    Re: Dealing with dust

    You're right Steve, there was no problem with the film, only with my expectation. Normally I find the emulsion side to look slightly dull or matte compared to the "back" side of the film. With slide...
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    Re: Arista EDU Ultra 100 vs 200?

    Ok I've figured it out, I think.

    The side with the texture/roughness is actually the back side of the film. The emulsion side is "glossy" and very smooth to the touch. Opposite of what I'm used...
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    Re: Dealing with dust

    Most of the "spots" are what look like tiny motes of dust at random places on the film. Like tiny particles commonly floating around a room seen in a sunbeam. I would guess that they stuck to the...
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    Re: Arista EDU Ultra 100 vs 200?

    Ok, that makes sense. Right now I'm simply trying to ascertain whether Foma 100 is notched backwards, and based on what you (and others) describe, it would seem that's the case. I'll load some up...
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    Re: Arista EDU Ultra 100 vs 200?

    Sigh....

    This isn't helping.

    Can someone tell me if photo 2 or photo 3 of the 3 I attached earlier in this thread are the correct orientation for Arista EDU? It shouldn't (doesn't) matter...
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    Re: Dealing with dust

    Thanks for all the replies. Many good ideas and suggestions. Let me address them one by one.

    This last batch of developing was done last weekend, it was raining here in Los Angeles (i.e. humid),...
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    Re: Arista EDU Ultra 100 vs 200?

    By shiny I mean smooth, to the touch it's glossy plastic.
    The emulsion side is rough to the touch. If I look at it at an angle to the light, I can see the thin film of emulsion on top of the plastic...
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    Re: Back to basics - newbie developing help

    Hi Huub,

    dank u wel, I really appreciate the comments. I'm going to vacuum out my changing bag and consider getting an anti-static brush for my film holders. Zip-lok baggies for each holder should...
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    Re: Arista EDU Ultra 100 vs 200?

    Ok, now I'm really confused. Let's clear this up with a few pictures.

    First (color film) is how I load holders. Flap at bottom, slide at top, film with notch upper right. Always the same. Emulsion...
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    Dealing with dust

    I'm slowly coming to the recognition that I have a dust problem.

    My time with LF is up to about a year now, and I've learned better routines for loading and unloading film, developing, and using...
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    Re: Arista EDU Ultra 100 vs 200?

    I inspected the negatives closer on a light table, rather than looking at the scans my son took for me. The negatives are much better in person.

    There are still multiple tiny specks of white,...
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    Re: Interested in 4 x 5

    Don't forget you're going to want a sturdy tripod (and possibly head) to go along with that fancy new camera and lens.

    You may already have one that will serve you well to begin with. One clever...
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    Re: Hello from South Korea

    Welcome June,

    lovely to see you here and see your photographs.

    Looking forward to seeing and hearing more!
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