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  1. Re: How to remove heavy casing from 24" Aero Tessar

    Thank you to everyone for the input. It's very helpful. Dan, this was what I was intending to do:

    "Remove the cells, fabricate a sleeve the right length to hold them, cut a slot in the sleeve...
  2. Re: How to remove heavy casing from 24" Aero Tessar

    Thank you all. This is extremely helpful. I’ll see which direction I want to take. Much appreciated.
  3. How to remove heavy casing from 24" Aero Tessar

    Sorry for the bother, but does anyone know how (and whether its worth it) to remove the very heavy casing from a Bausch & Lomb 24" Aero Tessar? I'd like to use the lens, but would prefer to drop...
  4. Thread: Kenny Rogers RIP

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    Re: Kenny Rogers RIP

    A great loss to the fabric of the United States. An excellent film photographer and a heartfelt setpiece of our musical landscape. We'll miss you Kenny. May your Islands in the Stream always have...
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    Re: Wet Plate Collodion - Alcohol

    Thank you. Much appreciated.
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    Re: Wet Plate Collodion - Alcohol

    Or this stuff, which is similar:

    https://www.amazon.com/Bioethanol-Fuel-Ventless-Fireplaces-Quarts/dp/B01612SHQO/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=bioethanol&qid=1582837342&sr=8-2
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    Re: Wet Plate Collodion - Alcohol

    Apologies for resuscitating an old thread - wasn't able to find confirmation elsewhere. Does anyone have direct experience using this particular bio-ethanol? Just wondering if the bitterant has any...
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    Re: Backpack for Arca Swiss f line 4x5 171x171?

    I also recall that Doremus Scudder (I hope he doesn't mind the reference) had an interesting post on a slightly different approach toward this that I always found interesting. It can be found here:...
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    Re: Backpack for Arca Swiss f line 4x5 171x171?

    Lowepro Flipside 500AW if you're going relatively light (3 lenses, no long bellows or extensions, grafmatics). I use this 80 percent of the time and it's never failed me.

    Photobackpacker Kelty...
  10. Re: The real difference between RH ANAYLSER PRO and STOPCLOCK PROFESSIONAL

    I purchased a Stopclock Pro years ago and then added the Zonemaster a couple of years later to conserve time. When you have the Zonemaster (Analyser works in similar fashion) dialed in to the light...
  11. Re: Insight Requested on ULF Studio Camera Project

    Hi Steven. Thanks for the message. You and I communicated regarding this camera many years ago. You were very helpful then, and now again! Your assessment is, as usual, correct. I'm building a...
  12. Re: Insight Requested on ULF Studio Camera Project

    Thank you, Gary. I thought 3600 would be enough, but it's great to see your notes. My 19" is f/7, so your practical note on the head and shoulders is very helpful.
  13. Insight Requested on ULF Studio Camera Project

    Hello all. I'm finally getting around to finishing the updating of a large older view camera that I purchased many years ago (see pic below, I just have the camera without bellows, back or base). ...
  14. Re: Removing process lens with screw access blocked by aperture ring

    Ok, will try further. Thank you.
  15. Re: Removing process lens with screw access blocked by aperture ring

    Thanks, Dan. They are GRIIs. I tried like the Dickens to unscrew them from front side and rear (at least on the larger one) but neither will budge. When you say unscrew, you mean simply by...
  16. Removing process lens with screw access blocked by aperture ring

    Very sorry for the banal question, but there must be a simple way to do this that I'm missing. I would like to remove the lenses below from the large board (some kind of reprographic camera board, I...
  17. Filter Step Up Options for Dagor 8.25/f6.8 and Artar 12/f9

    Hello all. Sorry for the bother, but I've been searching and am having trouble finding a definitive answer on how best to step up to 72mm filters from these two lenses. Best I can tell people use...
  18. Thread: Merg's book

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    Re: Merg's book

    Sold! Didn't know this was out. Beautiful.
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    Re: Jay Dusard exhibit at Booth Museum Georgia

    Jay's work, both portrait and landscape, is phenomenal. What an awesome guy to boot. Wish I was closer to the exhibit.
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    Re: New 8x10 for under $500? Interest levels?

    These responses are too jaded for my taste. If your goal is solely to make money, then perhaps these answers are right. But if you have a love for this art and a passion for its survival then I...
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    Re: Traveling international with 8x10 film

    I'm not sure what's more impressive, the dedication to film that would drive a man to regularly tackle TSA with large volumes of 8x10, or the patience to argue regulatory meta ad nauseum on apug....
  22. Re: Power of Process Split Contrast Printing Workshop

    Looking forward to the workshop, Steve!
  23. Re: Generation V...a Group Show at the Ansel Adams Gallery

    What a great lineup. Wish I was on the left coast for that one. Have seen Vaughn's work - wonderful stuff. Congrats!

    Leo
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    Re: Patience........grasshopper(s)

    I totally agree with both of you, but these are things you learn with time and experience.
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    Re: Patience........grasshopper(s)

    Leigh, I respect your perspective a lot, but I totally disagree with this. I think it's silly to assume that people wishing to learn won't ask questions in a forum with thousands of years of...
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    Re: Patience........grasshopper(s)

    This shouldn't be surprising. Imagine a digital photographer who's never used film and is looking for an edge. They've probably heard repeatedly from their peers (and the Interweb) that 35mm was...
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    Re: Carbon Transfer Workshop

    Sandy, you've clearly got some great things going on up there at defendthedarkroom!!! That Steve Sherman workshop looks awesome as well. I'll keep an eye on your offerings.
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    Re: Carbon Transfer Workshop

    Jim, if I wasn't on the East Coast, I'd be there in a minute. After seeing Vaughn's show in Philadelphia a few weeks ago, I'm very impressed with this process and the skill required to execute it...
  29. Re: Putting a big wooden studio camera on a majestic?

    Thanks Steve.
  30. Re: Putting a big wooden studio camera on a majestic?

    Thanks Steven. I always wondered about that, because I've seen 3 come up in the last year and have inquired on the dimensions for each one. They always come back about an inch too narrow. If...
  31. Re: Putting a big wooden studio camera on a majestic?

    Yes, a tray with some sort of bolt/strap arrangement was what I was thinking. Casters on the tripod as well. You're all solidifying my fear that it can done (meaning that I'll try it), but will...
  32. Putting a big wooden studio camera on a majestic?

    So is this a bad idea or a really bad idea? I have a large wooden studio camera (16"x16") that I've been restoring. I don't have the base for it (see pic below for what it should look like (thanks...
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    Re: Bruce from Photobackpacker comes through!

    I have a backpack and other gear from Bruce; all top notch If every company in the world was run like his, customer service surveys would be rendered obsolete for lack of complaints. I wish him...
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    Re: 11x14, 600mm, portraits

    Interesting thread John. What sparks this interest? Did you get tempted back toward ULF by that 8x10 vs 4x5 thread? If you end up doing this, I'd love to see the results. Wouldn't mind seeing...
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    Re: Insights That Have Influenced Your Photography

    Great, great thread. Lots to learn here.
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    Re: Deardorff 8x10 vs Wilderness 8x10

    So much love for the Deardorff on this site, but I'm not so sure. It's heavier than the Wilderness and I can't imagine it's as rigid, especially a 20-40 year old used and well-experienced model. If...
  37. Re: Carbon printing Demo and Gallery Talk, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, SOON

    Awesome. Planning to be at the demo. Very cool.
  38. Re: Do you work directly from your pack, or from a ground tarp?

    Typically work out of a pack on the ground, but have been trying to learn how to work completely off the ground. I think Doremus Scudder has it right. If you have a good off-the-ground method, then...
  39. Re: Tim Jones and Ken Lee at the Valley Photo Center

    Hmmmm, Vaughn in Phila and this wonderful show in Mass. Looks like road trips galore coming up.
  40. Re: Show of my carbon and platinum prints -- The University of the Arts in Philadelph

    Vaughn, that's great. I'm only a couple hours away and will definitely come out to see that. Let us know when you'll be around, I'd love to be astonished by your art and stories, and I have no...
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