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  1. Re: Help required please; Casket lens set elements but no barrel

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    Re: 8x10 Camera Musing

    Hi Ari

    Really pleased for you that you're getting into the 'Wet Plate stuff'...........

    What you've mentioned is 'a quandary' in that and as I see it there are the:-

    (1) Monorails with all...
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Good work Ethan, wet feet................all in the name of making good images

    I have a slight preference for the first one

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Anyone else here on Instagram?

    Thx Randy, appreciated

    best

    Andrew
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    Re: Anyone else here on Instagram?

    well...............

    errrr.......................

    mmm..............................

    I'd rather not, it's not my bag........................

    regards to those who do,...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Hi Matt

    Yes, I really like this + that you didn't go down the oft chosen 'f64 route', so something a little different.............

    Details of the location would be good

    regards

    Andrew
  7. Help required please; Casket lens set elements but no barrel

    Hi

    Any help/assistance more than gratefully accepted please

    With the 'C' letter after the number of each lens, I have:-

    18; 30; 42; 52 and 71 and no inscription at all. The outer width of...
  8. Re: Information sought on a lens by C Burr, London

    Hi Paul

    I believe that you're on:-

    http://britishphotohistory.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

    any joy for you on there................??

    regards
  9. Re: Information sought on a lens by C Burr, London

    And..............

    You have probably seen the reference in 'McKeowns' to Burr having made both a Stereo Tailboard and a Quarter-Plate Wet Camera

    I'm pretty well now 'out' with my contribution(s)...
  10. Re: Information sought on a lens by C Burr, London

    Thanks Paul

    and btw I haven't seen a lens comparable to yours but there aren't that many Burr lenses 'around' per se

    regards

    Andrew
  11. Re: Information sought on a lens by C Burr, London

    I'm sure that you're also aware of this (as per the 'early photography' site):-

    138 Wakefield St., East Ham, London From 1890s to after 1942
    195 Devon's Rd., Bow Common, London - 1876 -
    1...
  12. Re: Information sought on a lens by C Burr, London

    Hi Paul

    I'm sure that you have access to the 'LVM' but anyhow I've posted the extract from there above

    I've owned (and sold) a handful of Burr's, from memory a couple of Petzval's and WAR's, I...
  13. Re: Information sought on a lens by C Burr, London

    Burr, Charles, 138, Wakefield St., East Ham, London.
    Burr was listed as a maker of portrait lenses about 1900-1905 and advertised in the B.J.A. The firm were long
    established as opticians, and...
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    ooooh

    Well done you, very good work too

    regards

    Andrew
  15. Re: Fungus on antique Lens: Can it be fixed?

    Hi Drew

    Steven Tribe (who is on here) has (from memory) some more than decent experience with this sort of thing and he's posted in the past re this, might take a little time to find his post as...
  16. Re: Is the obsession with analogue gearing an obstacle to art?

    Entirely agree with John, if it doesn't sound a little 'hackneyed', I'd say that there's some 'real energy, in this image

    Great stuff, my best

    Andrew
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    Re: How to get into ULF?

    Well 'Dpatt711', Will Whit has from memory some experience in using ULF Cameras, Jim Fitzgerald (also on here) makes his own and JB Harlin (who may not be on here) made some absolutely blinding...
  18. Re: Is the obsession with analogue gearing an obstacle to art?

    This is a really good post Jason, thx indeed

    best

    Andrew
  19. Re: Is the obsession with analogue gearing an obstacle to art?

    Thanks indeed Bill, really appreciated

    best

    Andrew
  20. Re: Help me pick a couple of lenses for Sinar Norma please please

    Yes it will, unless you opt for the other alternative i.e. by removing the lens cap

    And I've just sent two Private Messages

    regards

    Andrew
  21. Re: Help me pick a couple of lenses for Sinar Norma please please

    I'm here in the UK and am very happy to assist

    regards

    andrew
  22. Re: Help me pick a couple of lenses for Sinar Norma please please

    Hello again 'Bobab'

    My take on using 'barrel lenses' per se is, not to over focus (sorry no pun intended), say, on using any more modern Shutter, (there are some barrel lenses that have been put...
  23. Re: Is the obsession with analogue gearing an obstacle to art?

    Many thanks 'Bobab' and Garrett

    Let's keep moving and work on all of our work, it has potential to be 'a great healer' in these pretty awful times

    best regards to everyone

    Andrew
  24. Re: Is the obsession with analogue gearing an obstacle to art?

    Mate

    That's perhaps not a constructive/appropriate comment, 'cowanw' clearly has been doing something right on here judging by the number of his posts over the past thirteen/fourteen...
  25. Re: Help me pick a couple of lenses for Sinar Norma please please

    Good day Bobab

    There's an awful amount of past posts on here in reply to posts for those who are/were building a kit for 4 x 5 work. in fact this is and has been an extensive resource

    As Daniel...
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    Re: Wide Angle RR

    Hi Paul

    The second one really is excellent, great stuff

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Hi Paul

    I recognise one of the lenses...................

    4 x 5...........?

    regards

    Andrew
  28. Re: Do I need to worry about really heavy lenses causing damage?

    Rayt, Hi

    Any LF lens which covers up to 10 x 8 and is faster than f3 always smacks of being on the heavier side........

    Bernice's advice is always spot on, a Sinar, preferably a 10 x 8 version...
  29. Lenscratch Daily Interview with Robert Langham

    Interesting article in today's emailed 'issue' with Robert, member on here whose 5 x 7 landscape work I've always been impressed with:

    http://lenscratch.com/2020/06/robert-langham/

    Andrew
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    Re: DIY "classic" 8x10 field camera

    Absolutely sensational work, well done you

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Yes, the 'greens' are very good, Bryan

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    More very precise/accurate work from you Dave

    You do like your woods and streams

    best regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Me too, the heat that is

    Desert photography has it's challenges but if you were me, I'd be pretty satisfied with this

    regards

    Andrew
  34. Thread: Hello!

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    Re: Hello!

    Hi and welcome

    Your 'aims and goals' re initial gear is spot on imo, a very good place to start

    Simmons book is (again) imo a really good starter book - not overly complicated but with more...
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    Re: Advice Chamonix vs. Gibellini on 8x10

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    Hi,

    Rightly, you've decided on the Chamonix

    Anyhow, I've never owned either of these BUT Gibellini do tend to bang on about their Products and Ari is a very experienced 8 x 10...
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    Re: Show off your ULF camera

    AND good luck too Sir

    11 x 14 perhaps.............?

    I just love Keith's Cameras, had a 5 x 7 woodie which was wonderful, the movements on the rear were simply staggering

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: June Portraits

    AND +1 too, terrific, really terrific

    Andrew
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    Re: New to me 6 Old Lenses

    Thanks Randy, appreciated

    my best

    Andrew
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    Re: UK LF photographers?

    Hi Miriam

    the three 'leading' UK Auction Houses specialising in Cameras, are:-

    Aston Auctioneers, Dudley

    SAS, Newbury; and

    Flints, near Newbury
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    Re: New to me 6 Old Lenses

    Randy

    The site that you mentioned is run by one, 'ccharrison' aka Don Colucci who posts on here and yes I've long wondered as to the paucity of brass lenses here in the
    UK, I fear that too many...
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