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    Amanda Tinker 8x0 Photographer

    https://lenscratch.com/2022/01/amanda-tinker-small-animal/

    Enjoy!
  2. Re: Best Way to Send the Most Accurate Copies of Fine Prints to Publishers?

    LensScratch recently did a series on independent photobook publishers.

    https://lenscratch.com/2022/01/publishers-spotlight

    Go to the bottom of each entry and click on "Next" There were a bunch...
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    Re: Juxtaposition, Any Format

    Birds on a wire, and one in the air
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    Re: Repairing a Sinar P2

    Yikes, I had no idea. He has worked on several of my cameras over the years and I always received exemplary service. He has moved a couple times fairly recently, first from Chicago to California and...
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    Re: Repairing a Sinar P2

    Bob Watkins of Precision Camera Works services Sinar cameras. He's at: https://www.precisioncameraworks.com/about-1

    I don't know if he works on Toyos, but it might be worth asking him
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    Re: Juxtaposition, Any Format

    Here, There, and Everywhere
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    Re: Juxtaposition, Any Format

    Last month
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    Re: Juxtaposition, Any Format

    Just the other day...
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    Re: BTZS Tubes in daylight

    I transfer the film to metal hangers for fixing and washing in the same dim light. it's always been fine. I'm using FP4
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    Re: BTZS Tubes in daylight

    Works just fine. It's a bit scary at first, but I have never had a problem.
  11. Re: Film and winter temperature swings going on location

    You don't want to breathe on the groundglass, it'll fog right up. I've photographed in -20º F weather and it was great fun, the light can be wonderful.
  12. Re: Presentation of LF slides for display, exhibition, collection, and sale.

    This was in 1969 and I don't remember the details of the display. As far as I recall the transparencies were sandwiched between glass and back lit, very likely with flourescent tubes as there were...
  13. Re: Presentation of LF slides for display, exhibition, collection, and sale.

    Many many years ago when I was in high school I worked at a natural history museum in Chicago where they displayed 8x10 Kodachromes of landscapes lit from behind. They were gorgeous. I don't know...
  14. Re: Schneider filter IIIb for SS 100XL

    What format film are you using? I never found a need for a center filter with 4x5 film, but when I used the 100 SSXL on 4x10 it was very necessary.
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    Re: Anyone else printing smaller?

    Thanks for reminding me—
    I once did reductions of 35mm negatives and provided a magnifying glass for viewing. Back when I was young and arty...
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    Re: Francis B Johnston

    Shorpy through the years has posted many of FBJ's photographs

    https://www.shorpy.com/Frances_Benjamin_Johnston

    https://www.shorpy.com/search/node/Frances+Benjamin+Johnston
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    Re: 210 Xenar f/6.1 sharpness?

    I had a 210mm f/6.1 Xenar several years ago and never had any complaints about sharpness. It was relatively small and light-weight, but I replaced it with a Sironar-N for its larger image circle.
  18. Sally Mann wins 2021 Prix Pictet for series on wildfires

    https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2021/dec/15/us-photographer-sally-mann-wins-2021-prix-pictet-for-series-on-wildfires
  19. Re: Magnum Photographers and Large Format

    Alec Soth, I'm sure there are others.
  20. Re: Sinaron SE 135mm from DB-board to Copal 0?

    Sounds promising! Please let us know how it works out when you have time to test it with some film
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    Re: Tiny Camera Porn

    Bernice, that's quite a bevy of quirky cameras!
  22. Re: Apo Sinaron se 150mm Vs Apo Symmar L 150mm

    What I intended to say was that I have a 210mm Sinaron-SE and it is most definitely a rebadged Rodenstock Apo Sironar-S.

    My apologies Oren!
  23. Re: Sinaron SE 135mm from DB-board to Copal 0?

    Yes I believe there was a shim. I kept everything just the way it was on the DB board when I transferred the lens to the shutter
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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    Thanks so much Dugan!
  25. Re: Sinaron SE 135mm from DB-board to Copal 0?

    I would definitely try it. I did exactly what you want to do with a 210mm Sinaron SE and it was a perfect fit in its new shutter.

    I'll leave the aperture scale issue to others...
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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    On the outskirts of O'Hare Airport
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    Re: ULF Swing-Lens Panoramic Cameras?

    I remember reading about this project when you first completed it. I was awed and amazed then, and am still awed and amazed now.
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    Re: 24x60 camera

    Yes please!!
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    Re: Lens element sources and specs?

    I don't know anything about this, but maybe Edmund Optics might have something?
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    Re: Meghan Kirkwood "Orphan Wells"

    Indeed!

    You lived in Chicago, you know how clout works...
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    Meghan Kirkwood "Orphan Wells"

    Ms Kirkwood photographed abandoned oil wells in Louisiana in 4x5 black and white.

    https://placesjournal.org/article/orphan-wells-oil-infrastructure-in-louisiana/

    More at: ...
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    Re: Gluing camera screws

    Clear nail polish or a color if you're feeling fancy
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    Re: Sleeves for 4 x 10 negatives.

    You can also make your own out of acid free letter size paper. Fold it in half the long way, seal the ends with tape or glue, and you're ready to go.
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    Re: Lens Cleaner

    I too use retractable brushes. I bought mine at Target in the make up department. They look like a large lipstick tube and have a very soft brush inside.
  35. Re: Theresa Babb’s Photographs of Friendship (ca. 1898)

    Thanks Randy, those are wonderful!
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    Re: Terminology Question

    I would say that hard and soft refer to the overall contrast of the plate, and thick and thin refer to how much exposure they received. More exposure equals more light and a darker, denser, thicker...
  37. Re: Intellifaucet models and questions

    standard corded adapter that plugs into the wall
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    There are separate hot and cold water lines to the filters and then to the Intellifaucet and a single line from the control to the sink. I used copper for everything and assume other materials also...
  39. Re: Intellifaucet models and questions

    Francesco, I can't answer all your questions, but I have a D250 that I bought in 2005 and it has been basically trouble free that whole time. Around 2010 it started acting up so I called Hass and...
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    Re: Oh my . . .

    And will there be prizes awarded?
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