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    Re: Photo Cart Based on an Old Golf Cart

    I was hoping for something motorized.
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    Re: post "Something Dead"

    Not LF, but dead.
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    LF Portraits of Fast Food Workers

    The New Yorker has a nice piece about Richard Renaldi's work, making LF portraits of fast-food workers.
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    Re: Hip to be Square!

    Why all the fuss? Just crop square. (BTW, square is my preferred cropping.)
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    Re: FRAMES Magazine Interview

    Thanks for the link Great interview. I feel I know you now. I have most certainly appreciated your images.
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    Re: Donald Ross Photography

    Thanks for posting. I really enjoyed the book. I was surprised and delighted to see the lead photo was of Lake Atitlan in Guatemala from 1970. I was there in the early '70s as the assistant on a...
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Put it this way, this week's special is Stewed Motorist.
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    Elsa Dorfman Movie

    Just watched The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman's Portrait Photography on Netflix. Interesting story about her and the Polaroid 20x24 camera. Some info at https://bsidefilm.com
  9. Re: Can anyone recommend a sturdy tall carbon fiber tripod and ball head/pan-tilt hea

    https://thecentercolumn.com/tripod-reviews/
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    Re: Diane Arbus Tribute

    Quite by chance, I came across this video in a post on Photrio about printing Diane Arbus' work:
    https://youtu.be/VWDEHim1IJc
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    Re: Diane Arbus Tribute

    I have read the few biographies about Diane Arbus (her estate--read daughter Doone--controls everything about her quite tightly) and could not stand to watch Fur. I gave up about 1/3 way in. I...
  12. Thread: Avedon

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    Re: Avedon

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    Flute?
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    Re: Avedon

    Beekeeper playing a flute? For someone with such strong negative opinions of his work, you most certainly have an in-depth knowledge of Avedon's oeuvre. I have never seen that one.
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    Re: Avedon

    More grist for the mill:...
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    Re: Avedon

    The book is titled, "In The American West" for a reason--it is not meant to be a book about the American West but rather what Avedon saw of interest there. His photos are of people, his interest is...
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    Re: Avedon

    Thanks, guys. I had never heard of Lik nor seen any of his work. Unfortunately, I did a search and now I need to page through a Friedlander or Weston book to cleanse my visual cortex.
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    Re: Avedon

    You certainly don't like Avedon. For my edification, could you cite someone as an example of an equally prolific people photographer that you would like? And by the way, Avedon did not not work...
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    Re: Avedon

    No one is "machine-gunning" with an 8x10, even with all the resources and assistants Avedon had. You may dislike Avedon, his style or technique, but when you cannot see through the camera, you can...
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    Re: Piezography: Talk me into/out of it

    I can't speak for what might be involved in setting up your printer, etc. but the piezography prints that I have had made by Cone Editions are amazingly beautiful, far richer than what I can produce...
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    Avedon

    I know there are those in this forum who don't particularly like Richard Avedon's work, but there is an interesting article in today's NY Times, some of which deals with the difference he found...
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    Re: Visualization, Pre and Post?

    I prefer not to pre-visualize. I often find the results of such overthinking to be dry and uninteresting. I much prefer to react to the scene or subject. In other words, the photo will often take me...
  22. Thread: Massive Dev app

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    Re: Massive Dev app

    That would be such a personal variable it would be pretty impossible to include it in such a chart. Light source, condenser/diffusion, lens choice, paper, personal taste--the individual needs to take...
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    Re: Massive Dev app

    I wasn't aware the Massive Dev App had print times.
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    Re: Spotting

    Thanks all. I have been using most of the techniques described (except wetting with my tongue). One of the things I find frustrating is when I dilute the spotting color to lighter shades of gray, the...
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    Spotting

    I have to say upfront mixed feelings about print spotting--it is a necessary for me, something I put off until I have no other choice but to do it. I clean my negatives pretty well but there is...
  26. Re: Photographing Darkroom Prints To Be Shown Online

    Why would they insist on photos vs scans if it just being posted online? Are the prints too large to scan?
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    Re: Overhead still lifes

    Lucky you. I have never seen one that cheap and I've had my eye out for one for a while...it has to be local, no one would ship something that big. I missed out on one this spring because I didn't...
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    Re: Overhead still lifes

    Yes, a pedestal stand (Arkay, Manfrottto, Foba) is ideal but start at over a grand. And most are over 6' tall. A bit pricey to try something out.
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    Re: Overhead still lifes

    I use a Manfrotto arm with a counter weight, too. I also like to keep the subject surface low to the ground and tilted about 10 so I am not working off a ladder to compose--maybe just a step stool...
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    Re: Preparing for a book

    That is how the final book file is to be delivered to the printer, something the designer will do. It says nothing about the image profile or type to be supplied to the designer.
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    Re: Preparing for a book

    I had a good experience with Bookmobile as a printer. I believe they also provide fulfillment services. In any case, once you have settled on a printer be prepared to modify your files to conform to...
  32. Dry Mountings vs Hinging and other aspects of presentation

    In the past I have dry-mounted my prints, sometimes with a border, sometimes trimmed flush (the print, not the board). Recently, I have taken to using linen tape hinges to mount prints, liking the...
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    Re: Flash Firing Before Shutter?

    I think Flash Zebra might have what you're looking for. https://www.flashzebra.com/products.shtml
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    Re: Tripod arm to support camera bed

    I think it might be you need 3 to have one functional.
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    Shooting 8x10 in a submarine

    I have no idea to which sub-forum to post this, but it's a fun video showing a French photographer whose latest project involves shooting LF in a submarine. And he split-grade prints his...
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    Re: Mat Size vs. Mount Size

    Interesting that museums don't like that method. I guess it is the dry-mounting. But I have seen any number of classic prints in museums mounted like that.
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    Re: Mat Size vs. Mount Size

    Do you trim the prints flush before dry mounting, or leave the white paper border?
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    Re: Mat Size vs. Mount Size

    How are you attaching the smaller board to the larger mat? Will it hold up over time? And sandwiched in a frame, might the larger mat distort (curve inward) with the uneven thickness caused by having...
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    Re: Artist in Residence Programs

    Some programs require the artist to share the work done during the residency through an exhibition or studio visits. Some also require the artist to give talks or workshops to the public.
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    Shred them. If there are enough, take them to a commercial shredder. Brett Weston did not burn all or even a majority of his negatives. Some he soaked in water, let them stick together and put them...
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