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    Re: Sunny !6 Users Unite!

    In the past when I was shooting with a Leica M2 (which is meterless) I estimated exposures and was sufficiently accurate. Here in the Chicago area it was sunny 11.
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    Re: Rack and pinion for 20x24

    Might any of these work?

    https://www.mcmaster.com/racks-and-pinions/
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    Re: 4x10 Photography

    Chicago, Illinois
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    Re: Tiny Camera Porn

    Excellent! I trust it was delicious
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    Re: Tiny Camera Porn

    Oren, I'm hoping it's chocolate, but suspect it's plastic.

    A friend of mine once received a birthday cake modeled on an M series Leica. It was most appropriate.
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    Re: Anyone else printing smaller?

    Andre Kertesz's early work (approx. 1912-1918 or so) were contact prints that are about 6x4.5cm.

    After both my parents passed I found some negatives that my father had made of my mother before...
  7. Re: During Virus Time - a new series by Stephen DiRado

    I thought maybe he stayed out in the sun too long...
  8. Re: During Virus Time - a new series by Stephen DiRado

    Thanks Oren! Some very interesting and strong work on his website—I'll explore more when I have time.

    At the end of his beach portrait series is a photo of him with a different 8x10 camera. And a...
  9. Re: Country of manufacture of Schneider 210f5.6 Symmar-S

    The lens was made in Germany and installed on a shutter made in Japan.
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    Re: 4x10 Photography

    4100 W. Diversey Ave, Chicago Illinois

    4x10 Chamonix 410N3
    300mm Docter Optics Apo Germinar
    FP-4/Pyrocat HD
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    Re: Aircraft

    Schiller Park, Illinois
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    Re: Horseman 45FA / Horseman 45HF

    I had a Horseman FA that needed a new bellows. I contacted Custom Bellows who were not able to make one so I bought a Chinese bellows on Ebay and it worked out very well.
  13. Re: For all of your processing headaches...

    Thanks for the laugh Oren!

    I actually think these are a great idea for people who are processing small quantities of film and not very often. No worries about bottles of chemistry sitting around...
  14. Re: in search of white or off white archival 9 x 12 drop front boxes

    Archival Methods makes custom boxes, maybe they can do what you are looking for.

    www.archivalmethods.com
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    Re: Greetings from Kansas

    And welcome to the forum Ksshane!
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    Re: Greetings from Kansas

    I can—Tom Waits "Jersey Girl"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBQPchkmGCo
  17. Re: Beautiful Contemporary Daguerreotypes

    I guess that explains why I couldn't find anything. Thanks!
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    Thanks Jason. Can you point me at information as to how contact printed Daguerreotypes are produced? I couldn't find anything useful
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    I was wondering the same thing, they do look too perfect. Contact printing digital Daguerreotypes is a thing? There is so much I don't know...
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    Re: Bridges

    Not a shiny bridge
  21. Beautiful Contemporary Daguerreotypes

    https://lenscratch.com/2021/09/jon-cox-the-states-project-delaware/ DVFJLKK,.;;./
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    Re: Thin negs

    Thanks Jim that's good to know. I've never tried the bleach and redevelopment technique—I've read about it, but never tried it. I'll keep it in mind.
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    Re: Thin negs

    You can also under expose AND under develop for the best of both worlds (ask me how I know). You might try selenium toning the negatives—you should gain about a stop of density and contrast. I...
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    Re: Bridges

    I was standing on 18th St where it passes over the river. My 4x5 Norma didn't want to take a taxi.
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    Re: Bridges

    Randy, your bridge looks familiar...
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    Re: Can I Keep water in a JOBO?

    I'm going to cry...

    Maybe I should should simply drain the JOBO in between processing runs and call it done. This is much more complicated than I expected!
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    Re: Can I Keep water in a JOBO?

    I was hoping for some sort of consensus on my question, but should have known better than to expect one... Silly me!

    I did vast research (about 2 minutes on google) and learned that algae prefers...
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    Re: Can I Keep water in a JOBO?

    I didn't realize that vinegar kills algae, although it certainly makes sense. I also have a lot of vinegar and bleach too.

    I was hoping for some single definitive answer, but it appears that...
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    Re: Can I Keep water in a JOBO?

    I have RO water, that would be easy!
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    Can I Keep water in a JOBO?

    I have a JOBO CPP2 and I would like to keep the water bath full in between developing sessions. I run the JOBO about twice a week and I'm wasting a lot of water every time I drain it and then refill...
  31. Re: How did they blacken the metal stops & caps of the Daguerre era lenses?

    You can try this— https://www.birchwoodcasey.com/products/brass-black-touch-up-3-fl-oz-bottle.html

    I used to use this in antique restorations. It may not be quite as black as the original you...
  32. Eadweard Muybridge’s Secret Cloud Collection

    https://placesjournal.org/article/eadweard-muybridges-secret-cloud-collection/


    If you want to delve deeper—
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    Re: 4x10 Photography

    Chicago River at River Park just south of Foster Avenue. This was the site of the last waterfall on the river—it was created in 1910 to stop erosion. The concrete dam which was 4 feet tall was...
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    Re: A conversation with Alec Soth

    Dawoud Bey is definitely on the short list
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    Re: Post your signs

    Chicago
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    Re: A conversation with Alec Soth

    You're welcome Randy. I find AS to be one of the most thoughtful and emotionally aware photographers working today. I also am very drawn to much of his work—I think he is delving deeper as he gets...
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    Re: Bridges

    It's just one of many of Chicago's many moveable bridges. They are amazing feats of 19th and early 20th century engineering.
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    Re: Bridges

    Cross posted from 4x10 Photography

    Chicago, Illinois

    Ashland Ave and Webster Ave looking west at the North Branch of the Chicago River
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    Re: 4x10 Photography

    Chicago, Illinois

    Ashland Ave and Webster Ave looking west at the North Branch of the Chicago River
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    Re: 4x10 Photography

    I currently use a JOBO 3005 tank on a CPP-2 processor. I have also used a home-made slosher in open trays with great success.
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