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    Re: Seeking the perfect monorail

    I have been looking for the PERFECT 8x10, as well as 4x5 ad 5x7, since about 1939. Good luck.
  2. Re: Scratch on negative, how to remove defect from print?

    If in the emulsion , retouch with india ink, spotone, pencil or whatever you prefer. It will print white, then you can spot back to correct density on print.
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    Re: Uva alt print box

    I am interested in your actual print times for Pd, VDB and/or ziatype.
    If I don't use a ND filter my times for Ziatype run 60-120 seconds, Pd just over double that. MY contact frame is 1.5" from the...
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    Re: Uva alt print box

    These units appear to operate within the very narrow range of 395-400. Since this is not within ideal range for alt prints, does anyone have printing times for salt, VDB, casein, kallitype, Pd, Pt,...
  5. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    I rate HRU @100 and develop in Pyrocat HD+, 2,2,100 by inspection.
  6. Thread: Expired FP4+

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    Re: Expired FP4+

    They are the ones most likely to suffer fromage or poor storage.
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    Re: 19th Century Glass Plate Negatives

    Cameron, THanks for these. I truly appreciate their unique sharpness.
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    Re: Anyone else here on Instagram?

    I don't use Instagram or any other program to put images on the web. Many years ago I Had one stolen which later appeared in a full page add. There was nothing I could do about it. Never again.
  9. Re: How To Test The Shutter On a Lens Intended for Use on a Graflex

    If the lens is for a Graflex,it doesn't need a shutter. Use the one built into the camera.
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    Re: HP5+ and Pyrocat HD in a Jobo CPP3

    The Jobo turns the drum the same distance at all speeds. I run mine as slow as it will go and have no problems.
    Remember - It isn't the total quantity of diluted developer, but the quantity of...
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    Re: Flower bloom in Death valley

    One of my favorite views each year is looking down on the Navy jets from Dante's View.
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    Re: Linhof Ball-Head Mystery...

    Probably designed for a movie camera, not LF.
  13. Thread: Develop -N2

    by Jim Noel
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    Re: Develop -N2

    Wrong! Anyone who began learning negative control in the 40's or earlier learned this very early on. Super XX was a highly controlleable film and + and - development was not uncommon, but meters...
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    Re: 2 Flanges on 1 board

    I'm with Dugan.
  15. Thread: Develop -N2

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    Re: Develop -N2

    I would use D-23. The chemicals (2) are easy to obtain and develop. It is by design a soft working developer and easy to control.
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    Re: Kodak Photo Guide Question...

    I don't carry a scale or any other crutch to compute bellows factors. I simply compare FL and bellows length to the f-scale. Simple to do, and lengthy to explain, but very accurate.
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    Re: Fungus on antique Lens: Can it be fixed?

    If you decide to take the lens apart, good old Listerine is as good as it gets to kill the fungus. Not the flavored, but the original awful tasting stuff.
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    Re: Ilford Ortho help

    The film speed is 20. Make no adjustments to exposure or development. This is an orthochromatic film and stores exceedingly well. I have use it as much as 25 years out of date.
    Develop by inspection...
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    Re: looking for repair of a Studio Shutter

    No, only mentioned a missing retaining ring which i told them in the note i sent with it.
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    Re: Poco View camera evaluation

    You may need help in learning to work this shutter. It is certainly a very useful, if not new, lens. The best way to see if the "smaller" lenses, if they are not on lens boards, make some of heavy...
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    Re: looking for repair of a Studio Shutter

    It and my other studio shutters have been opened by me several times. This one was and si beyond me.
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    Re: looking for repair of a Studio Shutter

    They returned it as unrepairable.
  23. Thread: Hello!

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    Re: Hello!

    The "Art of Photography" varies so much from standard ideas and practice it will leave you wondering. I suggest the other books which have been suggested. Or one of the well known and highly...
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    Re: Magnesium Powder Flash

    A #25 bulb puts out more light than any hand held electronic unit. Probably even more than most amateur priced 110V units.
    I used flash powder in the 1930's when it could be bought at any camera...
  25. Re: Jobo Expert Sheet Drum OR Mod54 Large Format Film Processor?

    I have a Jobo and 3 expert drums. I also have a set of Jobo rollers on which I often hand rotate the drums. When I process film, I can note no difference in the finished product regardless of the...
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    Re: Jan Pietrzak’s passing.

    Jan was a good friend even before he took up platinum printing. Although we always lived miles apart he never failed to call to check on me on a regular basis. Yes, he will be missed by many...
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    Re: Moon lit scene with Txp 320

    Another answer which doesn't require a digital "camera". Meter important highlights and place on Zone VII or VIII. Let the shadows fall where they may. The result wil look like a night shot.
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    Re: Moon lit scene with Txp 320

    With such long exposures, T-Max 100 is stops faster than Tri-X because pf reciprocity.
  29. Re: Do I need a retaining ring on my Goerz Dagor 12 inch?

    I don't understand the problem either.
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    Re: Help with developing results good and bad

    I think your problem has to do with the use of the developing tank.
    I suggest you try developing 2 negatives of the same image together. Both facing the same direction, one in outside slot, the...
  31. Re: ARTIFACT on my negative - what kind of light leak is this?

    Nose grease is a great lubricant for dark slides. Just rub your nose with thumb and forefinger, then rub them along edge of dark slide.
    Try it before you scoff.
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    Re: Tray print washer question

    It must have been an LA problem. Water was short in San Diego as well, but tray siphons were available in the stores I frequented.
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    Re: Developing 5x7 in 12x16 paper drum

    considering the spacers in the Unicolor drums which are very similar to your drawing, I doubt there will be a problem with density differences. Give them a try and find out.
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    Re: Tray print washer question

    I have been in Cal since 1961 and never heard of such a thing.
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    Re: Why not a rangefinder?

    YOu'll be lucky to find an 8x10 Gowland. Not a lot were produced.
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    Re: New to me 6 Old Lenses

    The Vitax is as it says,a portrait lens, and with the Studio shutter, very useful. Wish I had it
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    Re: Daylight processing tank for x-ray film

    I just look at it's loss as another beloved product goneby the wayside. I have been through the loss of Super XX, Tri-x Ortho, Azo, all enlarging papers with cadmium bomide, and most of all being...
  38. Thread: Lumpp tripod

    by Jim Noel
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    Re: Lumpp tripod

    I use Google on a PC. It automatically translates if that is wanted. There are 27 different tripods listed. One of them is for the windshield. Quite impressive.
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    Re: Daylight processing tank for x-ray film

    The tubes of the Expert drums are barrel shaped, not cylinders, allowing liquids to reach both sides of the film.
  40. Thread: 6x17 Images

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    I have no preference. I like them both.
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