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    Re: Scanning with Infanview

    What is really irritating is accidentally tapping the wheel while edit in Irfanview. I have a mouse that will slip the wheel at the drop of a hat. I trashed that mouse. I have use this software for...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    That somehow has a definite "Ken Lee" signature to its look. Very nicely done.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Scott that is one of my frequent camp spots back before it became popular though I don't recognize the spot. Is that at the mouth of the cave?

    Nice photo. Lost Valley is just a couple miles from...
  4. Re: New Mexico, help with a location of ‘red sand-hills’

    Hwy 550 turns west from San Ysidro at White Mesa, which is very cool in its own right. Then the hwy turns back north and heads up a canyon. As it runs up that canyon there are hillocks. I did not...
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    There are some small hillocks that are a mix of red and white up US Hwy 550 north of San Ysidro. Geologically, it is an interesting area.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    All four shots are inspiring on many levels and depressing at the same time, for those of us not so talented. Gotta include mdm's shot of lake Alabaster. What little I have use Fomapan this seems to...
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    Re: Photographing on the side of the road.

    I think it is a matter of getting not only all the way off the pavement but also off the shoulder. I seem to have read/heard that somewhere.

    For years I have told myself, "Self, do not slam on...
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    Re: Recommendations for a 4x5 field camera

    This is one of my thread from a few years back when I also was shopping. The comments may be helpful.
    http://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/archive/index.php/t-111563.html
    I ended up with a...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Very powerful shot Austin!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Hi Alen,
    Very nice shot. The color is nicely saturated and the exposure is well balanced. As I said, well done.
    I have a friend that recently visited The Pinnacles. It left an impression on her.
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    Re: Composing With One Eye

    You may have astigmatism in one or both eye and is not corrected.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    h2oman, on the first photo, leave it as is. Second, I love ice shots like that.

    JP, that second shot is wonderful. I love the foreground rocks and snow in contrast. Well done.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Thanks Bryan. Just a flashlight held high and at the right angle. I had to put the camera down for a year. This is my first shot at anything other than a snap shot.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Nikon D800E 60mm f2.8G Macro and hand held flashlight.
    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4728/24496386797_c4bd961d6d_c.jpgThe Dark Side by Marty McKimmey, on Flickr
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Hi Bryan. That is a nice shot. Tough lighting conditions with the sky and shadows.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Inverted. I use to have this problem when working with imagery. The mind becomes confused with what is up and what is down. It called a figure/ground issue....
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Sands of Oljato. Monument Valley. Messing with gamma and contrast

    https://c1.staticflickr.com/4/3817/33636124461_8ac0bd071a_h.jpgSands of Oljato by Marty McKimmey, on Flickr
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    That is a keeper Ken!
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    Re: Ektachrome

    In 35mm and 120 world Ektachrome 64 was replaced by 100 in the early 1990s......or earlier. There was also a 64T version for was tungsten lighting. As for duplication I am not aware of any specific...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Love the piano photo Austin.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Ya know between Scott and Austin the time spent in the field must be enormous. The time spent tipping that developing tank must be as well.

    Both you have far more time and energy (and talent)...
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    Re: LF Gathering: Alabama Hills, CA May 6-7, 2016

    Vaughn, is the Big Pine road open? I thought it was washed out.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Ah Scott, you are stoking my road trip urges again.

    Nice stuff.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Out Standing Arkasha!
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    Re: Yosemite to Flood the Weekend

    Hmm could be a natural Hetch Hetchy before all is said and done.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Bryan, that is a nice shot. I think the detail is right. The swirl almost looks like the blue holes along the Flint. Was this taken in N GA?
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    Re: Toolsets for those tiny screws

    Put a thick cloth like a towel on your work bench. That way the screws and parts will not bounce around on a hard surface.
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    Re: Dear god, pie holes are everywhere....sigh

    As a child up until I was 18 I never really spent any time in true solitude. Being the last of 8 kids means there is little alone time. In June of 1975 fresh out of high school I spent three weeks...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    So I guess the 500 reflector lens is out of the question. :p

    Does that 20 mm have a focusing stop at infinity? Auto focus is the bane of nighttime photography. None of my auto focus lenses have...
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    Re: Dear god, pie holes are everywhere....sigh

    Capitol Reef NP and Grand Staircase-Escalante NM are next on my bucket list. As well as a return trip to Kodachrome Valley and Bryce. I've been doing some research on this region. It is sad to think...
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    Re: Dear god, pie holes are everywhere....sigh

    Perhaps we can pray for rain to erase the tracks. It will take a lot of prayer. Now that bit of poor humor is now past (sorry) with any luck the idiots will be found and punished. There seems to be...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Dennis, that is a fine shot. Such darkness is hard to find east of the Mississippi River. Jim is right. the silhouette of the mountains does make the photo. You did not have any kind of equatorial...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Yuriy, You have some wonderful examples of why I like the Fomapan. Great tones and textures!
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    Re: New Guidelines Posted

    I am pleased to read that you are willing to adjust the site guidelines at the suggestions of the members. Nice work fellers.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Film used is not film wasted no matter the outcome. Film sitting in a fridge waiting for just the right occasion is a waste of film. JMaHO. A sheet ruined by pulling the darkslide too soon is not...
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    Re: Misguided KODAK advertising

    I have several high dollar guitars with powered pickups. I don't use them on the acoustics. I take the batteries out and remove the holders to keep anyone from loaning new ones. I have a high dollar...
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    Re: Spooky Freezer Failure

    Never had freezer problems but I have never kept enough film and paper around long enough to freeze. I did have a problem with rats in a dry darkroom many years ago. Ate through a 250 sheet box of...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Mountains behind Mexican Hat, UT
    https://c5.staticflickr.com/9/8553/29499184316_807c4a747e_h.jpg013_6037 BW 2k by Marty McKimmey, on Flickr
    and...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Good for you. I have never liked the plastic reels and tanks. Nikor all the way!
    Nice tone and texture on those flowers. Hard balancing act with the dark centers.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Hmmm, Ideas!
    Nice color color and detail. It has a very smooth and rich feel to it. Very nice flooring. I bet the room has its own reverb built right in.
    Now, I have some 20 guitars and several...
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