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  1. Re: Contact printing “how-to” but as a final product, not a proof.

    FYI: https://www.lodima.org/photographic-paper
    Palladium toned kallitypes are quite affordable, and very archival. A vacuum frame is probably the best method, IMHO.
    For contact printing I burn very...
  2. Re: Contact printing “how-to” but as a final product, not a proof.

    Good info here: http://www.michaelandpaula.com/mp/html/Azo_Main.html

    See Writings about Azo: "On Printing"
  3. Re: Polaroid 8 x 10

    It did take a long time! No color yet but I only wanted the black and white
  4. Polaroid 8 x 10 back in stock at Polaroid Originals

    I got an email BW polaroid is back in stock!
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    Re: What is the market for unique LF gear?

    I have sold quite a bit of equipment. However, the 8 x 10 stays until the end!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Hi Bill, You would probably have to explain to me how to remove the inflection a small format camera and wide angle lens creates. Whereas with a large format camera it is simply removed by the rear...
  7. Re: Suggestions for 8x10 Contact Print Paper?

    here is the latest information on the Lodima paper:

    http://www.michaelandpaula.com/mp/AzoForum/one.asp?ID=12186&PgNo=&GID=12186&CID=13
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    Re: Delivery of Lodima Fine Art Paper

    I greatly appreciate you efforts! Thanks.
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    Re: Acidic stop with PyroCAT-HD

    http://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?t=58802&page=3
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    Re: HC110 or Pyrocat HD for FP4

    You probably can use the film at EI 100 with pyrocat - though your tests will prove the best speed. I use TF3 for fix.
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    Re: For you BTZS Folks

    here are 2 paper files from ABC and pyrocat negs read in blue mode
  12. Re: Much Bad Luck with Pyrocat HD - May Need Another Developer

    I do not use a JOBO and tray develop. Like Ron I have always had good results. I'd try developing one negative in a tray. I think that can tell you if the developer is OK. Then go from there.
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    Re: densitometer settings

    Hi Allen,

    Typically you can use the blue reading or set the machine for vis (visual mode). Typical base and fog is 0.04 to 0.06 and speed would be 0.1 over. Have we overdeveloped our film?
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    Re: Ilford FP4+ users: what ISO?

    50 for ABC pyro, 100 for pyrocat HD, 80 HC110
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    Re: About dark cloth

    I use a large dark cloth for my 8 x 10, and 7 x 17. I attach to camera with binder clips.
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    Re: my experiance w/ f64 backpack

    I have one for 8 x 10. I always carry film holders in another sack. I have not had any problems with mine. It does the job - I can't say its a great sack. I'll second the speedy stitcher - I've had...
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    Hi GPS,

    Yes its a magnet. Made more for a shop than a kitchen, but Little Mama does not mind.
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    Here is my 250 grams barn door shade. I ended up using 1/32 inch garolite for the panels. I found I can use on my RB67 also. Notice the small front flaps that are needed for the longer lenses.
  19. Re: Acrylic Hot Spots, Where To Get 8x20 Ground Glass and Mini Rant

    http://stores.ebay.com/Brilliant-Ground-Glass_W0QQssPageNameZstrkQ3amefsQ3amesstQQtZkm
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    Re: sunrise/sunset BRING IT!

    http://mysite.verizon.net/shipale/images/sunrise.jpg
    not usually after sunrises, but could not resist this one, bad scan too
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    Re: film exclusively

    I do not own a digital camera. I have thought about getting one to photograph my 7 x 17s and other contact prints for display. Thought about it.

    I have a company issued point and shoot on the...
  22. Re: Lodima Fine Art Silver Chloride Paper is Here

    I just placed my order! Great news!!! I encourage photographers who have not used AZO to try it! Though I primarily use 8 x 10 I have contact prints in 4 x 5 that work well also.
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    Re: replace ground glass

    http://stores.ebay.com/Brilliant-Ground-Glass_W0QQssPageNameZstrkQ3amefsQ3amesstQQtZkm
  24. Poll: Re: What is your favorite gear for contact printing?

    And a foot switch routing my lamp through my timer using the timer as a metronome. I also just picked up a gen purpose relay to shut off my HID lamp via my timer for alt process.
  25. Poll: Re: What is your favorite gear for contact printing?

    vacuum frame
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    Re: Negative Retouching: which products?

    I never had good luck using pencils, but I do use a couple of dyes (black and red). You will have to look for old stock or closing photography shops because as far as I know there is no dye for that...
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    GPS,

    thanks for your reply

    phil
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    Hi GPS,

    Not sure I follow you on this. I attached a drawing (originally from autocad). The magenta lines show the angle of view to be smaller at 17 inches draw versus 15 inches. I realize the...
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    Re: 210 claron on 8x10: Too dark?

    Not really. I put one on a 7 x 17 and measured the circle of illumination. I never wrote down the dimensions as I had already concluded it did not. One can get a photograph with it but there is no...
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    Hi Dan,

    I just picked up a set at Home Depot that will work if I do not find something better. Now I have to figure how to cut a 3" hole in the garolite.
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    I am looking for some very small aluminum or plastic positioning hinges. I am getting a couple samples from ABC plastics but have yet to find anything similiar elsewhere. I would prefer to find...
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    Here are some photos of my prototype. The images show the camera with 17" bellows draw. I was focused indoors and camera set with max rise of 3 inches. I was pleased to see the final position of the...
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    Re: Sinar F1 - complaints?

    I never liked the base tilt on the front standard. After using my field camers and then use the F1, I can never remember how to use the base tilt procedure.
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    Hi Dan,

    I'll probably use an epoxy. If it works on ABS plastic I hope it will work on the garolite (roughed up with sandpaper). I am going to try to epoxy the garolite to the hinge.

    Phil
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    HI Robert,

    Thanks for chiming in. I have read your article. I use series IX lens shades and have always know they are a compromise device. I do intent to have a 4 sided device. I am going to try...
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    Hi Dan,

    Thanks for the photos. How did you cut the slots for the fins?

    Do you think the 1/32" garolite would be too thin?

    phil
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    From image 3, I have concluded dimension 1 could be 6 inches and dimension 3 - 4 inches.

    Image 4 allows me to decide on 5 inches for dimension 3. I could use 4 inches but that is too close to the...
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    Re: making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    Hi Chris,

    Looks like a good material, a little salty. Maybe a matboard prototype to figure exact dimensions.
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    making a barn door shade for 7 x 17

    Greetings,

    I have decided to try and make a "barn-door" lens shade for 7 x 17. I would like some input on my ideas and the materials. I recently made a series IX adapter from a 3" ABS cap and...
  40. Re: Humping 8x10 more than 100 feet from the car

    I always work out of my f64 bag, car or trail. My problem is carrying the Ries. I'd like to make padded strap because I just carry it by hand.
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