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  1. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    I think the most physically painful and emotionally stressful of any LF endeavor is macro work in the wilderness.

    Among those who have tried it, this might actually be a popular opinion winning...
  2. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    I think Doremus is correct about back movements, as long as one distinguishes between geometric perspective and viewpoint perspective.

    Back swing changes geometric perspective, but not viewpoint...
  3. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    People here will notice my enthusiasm when I post images taken with my 150mm g-claron – it is a “sweet” lens indeed. And I mean not just the lens, but the FL.

    Its normalcy often proves its...
  4. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    I suspect my belief would be unpopular among LFers who think a tree is just a tree, but we might have more Freudians here than I thought! :D
  5. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    That reminds me of another personal belief that's bound to be unpopular!

    To a greater or lesser degree, every landscape image illustrates the photographer’s most pressing unconscious concerns,...
  6. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    Many say they love LF because it helps them enjoy nature.

    Here’s one of my most unpopular responses…

    Concentrating on composition, focus, or metering dulls those senses not directly related to...
  7. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    As a 4x5 landscape lens, the Schneider 150mm g-claron performs beautifully wider than f/22, even producing lovely bokeh at its widest (f/9) for closer shots.
  8. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    The 150mm is an extremely exciting lens to use for 4x5 landscapes.
  9. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    The vast majority of LFers who wander from the hiking trail need to learn how to navigate without batteries – and find out what “10 Essentials” means.

    Especially the younger ones here. ;^)
  10. Re: Will Ries J-200 (or J-250) head couple with Gitzo GT3541LS tripod?

    One can always call Ries: 360-627-8795

    They answer my phone calls with expert knowledge and tips.

    Plus they’re friendly and fun to talk with.
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    Re: Post Your Smaller Format Trees!

    Here's a cherry tree dreaming of warmer days.

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  12. What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    Don’t be shy – tell us what you believe about LF that’s bound to raise the eyebrows of your peers.

    You know, the kind of opinion that provokes polite skeptics to say, “Well, everybody has a right...
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    Re: Cheap 4X5 Cameras are Everywhere

    I learned on a Toyo 45c (12 lbs.) and finally settled on my Tachi 4x5 (4 lbs.)

    The decrease in weight means I can climb mountains with my gear with an increase in age. :D

    I’m surprised that...
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    Re: post your trees!

    A pleasing wooden frame around the background tree.

    On second glance, looks like the classic 2:3 aspect ratio. :cool:

    This place looks like a paradise for kid climbers.
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    Re: Post yer 35mm shots!

    It was snowy in Seattle in early January.

    Here’s a Sierra Redwood on my street.

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    Nikon FM3a, 35mm/1.4 AIS, Kodak Tri-x, D-76, Coolscan V ED.
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    Re: How to learn a type of film?

    Yes, I try to learn about specific films with plenty of field notes and darkroom notes – even notes about the experiences of others. And I refer back to all these notes in advance of future field...
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    Re: Seeking advice on 120mm lenses

    Just to help with recommendations, were there consistent shooting circumstances under which your Fuji 125mm/5.6 didn’t look "sharpish"? For example, with wider apertures, narrow apertures, close...
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    Nor mine.

    Starting with my first solo hike as a young teenager, and continuing to this very day, I’ve been a paper map and magnetic compass hiker. Of course, these tools aren’t 100% reliable,...
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    I agree with Louie that this tragic hiking story offers valuable lessons about safe hiking.

    For those interested, here’s today’s update from CNN:
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    The Ents? :D
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    The communication is indeed real, and potentially increases the chance that others on the receiving end will survive if the communication has beneficial Darwinian consequences. Call it natural...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    Suzanne Simard, the author or your book “The Mother Tree,” is pretty well known in my PNW region, receiving her PhD in Forest Services in Oregon and working now with Univ. of BC. Her book needs to be...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    I enjoyed reading your entire post. Very thoughtful. Might one argue, however, that this experience happens to each and every human to some degree (conscious or not), whenever they examine anything...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    That’s a fun story.

    And it raises a curious question.

    If Caponigro next asked what you thought about his piano piece, would you once again experience a loss of words, and would he then walk you...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    News just now breaking that Michael Nesmith has died. :(

    The Monkey with the knit cap. Age 78. RIP.

    Just one Monkey left (Micky), and two Beatles (Paul and Ringo).
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    Doremus’ post is magnificent and I’m sure he knows how potentially explosive it is.

    He can count me among his generals.

    Sadly, our hieratic armies will be no match for the demotic gangs on the...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    Was it loud enough for bass-heavy, industrial dance music?

    BTW, looks like you’re inches from a fall into the abyss!

    Viewers sensing danger might stand an extra foot or two from the frame,...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    Please, if I may ask for just a moment of your patience, I just might be able to organize a few more thoughts. :cool:

    I’d say I’m close to 95% agreement with your beautifully clarifying post...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    Thanks for the Pulitzer Prize clarification on Apollo and Dionysus – in addition to how time plays a different type of role in plastic works of art, like sculpture, architecture, LF prints. Yes, I...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    I’m beginning to feel like an octopus. :D

    Nonetheless, my tentacles wrap around and sense a splendid post, even if its discussion of music and the arts leans very heavily toward the Apollonian...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    Yep, I totally get this. Often when I pitch my tent near a river whose strong current is moving sub-surface rocks so they knock and click against each other, I think I’m hearing human voices – like a...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    While working the GG, were you visualizing a sepia-toned print?

    If yes, I’d say you were hearing his early tune, “Sepia Panorama.” :D

    Chances are you’d heard it before – it spent time as Duke’s...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    You’ve raised an interesting counterpoint (sorry again about the intended puns). I remember you said music is your primary thing, and don’t associate LF imagery with it. I believe you. Other posters...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    This triggered my memory about an old thread titled “Johsel Namkung: a retrospective - book review.”

    Here’s the photographer:

    221934

    I remembered that Namkung strongly associated photography...
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    Re: Music as analogy for LF photography

    I’m also curious if your experience of art ever mixes your senses of sight and sound, as the psychologists say happens during synesthesia? That condition might help explain why some LFers “hear”...
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    Music as analogy for LF photography

    An old entertaining thread titled “Rock Music” (LF images of rocks) inspired me with this question for you:

    Do you "hear" music when you see well composed LF images? If so, what type of music?
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    Re: Hello from Tacoma, Washington

    If I lived a little further south in Tacoma, I’d suffer the same as in Seattle, being forever torn between travelling East to the Cascades or West to the Olympics.

    It’s the type of suffering that...
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    Re: bellows factor app

    Me, I love math, and I mean geometry, algebra, calculus, and more! You should have seen me shine in elementary school. Good thing I played sports, or I think I would have suffered abuse from the...
  39. Re: A huge thank you to the Large Format Photography Forum and all its wonderful memb

    Aw, shucks.

    You've offered many constructive tips and perceptive insights too.

    The threads I've started always prospered when you appeared.
  40. Re: Over the years - sheet film holders question - your most preferred and maintenanc

    I agree with Peter who said “the best care is to keep them from getting dirty.”

    You might call me a fanatic about this, and you might be right. It’s an issue I might even bring up with my...
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