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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Well done,

    Roger
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    Re: Custom Bellows UK Ordering Status

    My 4 bellows that I sent to Custom bellows for samples arrived today. I mailed the bellows via USPS International Priority on the 18th so 9 days total transit time. I'll update when my new bellows...
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    Re: Cinestillfilm C41

    Yes, worked fine, only used it at the minimum capacity and didn’t try to extend the capacities. That being said I just received Kodak chemistry with the separate bleach and fix and will use the color...
  4. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Looks like Tim still has one box of 14x17 B/RA available. Item # 293175436749 on eBay.

    Roger
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    Re: Color Processing

    Just got on too, tested it out and it holds very consistent temperature. I ended up with an Anova, which was a bit random, just what I happened to find.

    Roger
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Corran, watch you exposure to poison ivy. I used to be immune to poison oak but after one particular heavy exposure I lost my immunity.

    Roger
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    Re: Custom Bellows UK Ordering Status

    Be patient, in the email I received in the wee hours this morning Keith stated that there’s a lot of work to do to get up and running after being shut down for 8 weeks. I’d give him a bit of time to...
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    Re: Custom Bellows UK Ordering Status

    Contact them, they are just returning to work with new social distancing rules in place which will most likely slow production. I have two sets of bellows to send them for samples, and my concern is...
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    Re: YouPic? What is this?

    Sounds like a spam email, I'd delete it, and certainly don’t click on the link.

    Roger
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    Re: Color Processing

    Thanks for the heads up.

    Roger
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    Re: Color Processing

    I was unaware that E6 stains. Am I going to have issues with the kitchen sink in the house I rent? It's a porcelain enameled cast iron sink that’s under mounted with a ceramic tile counter. It would...
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    Re: Color Processing

    First off, I'm totally new to color developing, so I'm just learning all this stuff myself. Yes Fix and especially the bleach have long shelf life’s. Also the developer-starter has good shelf life,...
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    Re: Best Drum Scanning Service?

    Here’s a link to his website, the about page states the he's currently doing scanning, but not printing. Looks like he’s moved to Santa Cruz.

    http://eigerstudios.com/

    Roger
  14. Re: Iron ring on brass lens - possible to get off?

    I don’t think the iron ring was soldered on the lens. I think the iron ring was slightly loose so they applied solder to the inside of the ring to make it a pressfit on to the lens. Of course I could...
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    Re: Restoring my "new" Agfa Ansco 8x10.

    Your project is coming along nicely, seems you’re the right person to bring this baby back to life. Yeh, Mothers Day is definitely more important than your camera project. Plus every time I try and...
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    Re: Color Processing

    To add to what LabRat said. My target temp was 102° so I started with 103° this was based on the info here. https://shop.stearmanpress.com/blogs/news/thermal-profile-of-the-sp-8x10 . That and the...
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Ari, that’s very nice. I have a soft spot to tool photos.

    Roger
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    Re: Color Processing

    I just started doing C41, in my kitchen with the SP-8x10. I bought the Cinestill liquid C41 kit to get started, mainly because it was in stock locally and I could get it the delivered next day. I...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Nice one Steve, really like Sunset Crater, have to drive through it to get out to our house.

    Roger
  20. Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    I like your “treecam” shots!

    As much as I like my Titan pinhole camera I really need to build an 8x10 pinhole camera with either offset pinholes or some kind of rise.

    Roger
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    Re: Misadventures in Jobo-land

    I've had something similar and was able to remove it by letting the film soak in a tray of water for 15 or 20 minutes. Looks like remnants of the anti-halation coating where the film contact the...
  22. Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Processed my first 3 negatives today, only had time to do a quick scan of one. Probably not my best image, but still exciting because it was the first color processing I’ve ever done. Harman Titan...
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    Sticky: Re: LF Pinhole - design and building

    Great job on your camera, nice to see a different design.

    Roger
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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    If you notice the moderators moved your thread to the new products section. You should be fine posting sales information here.

    Roger
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    Re: Photography Collection/Sasse Museum

    The cover image is very nice.

    Roger
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Here you go. http://www.austingranger.com/order-books/elegy-from-the-edge-of-a-continent

    Roget
  27. Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Managed 11 shots with the 8x10 Harman Titan using a mix of expired film that came from Craigslist. Hopefully at least some of the film is good. A few subjects got shot in color and black and white....
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    Re: Route 66 in the 1950's (also an obituary)

    Richard, thanks for posting, I really enjoyed the article and photographs.

    Roger
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    Re: Stearman Press SP-810

    That was my thought but for 7x17. I normally use BTZS tubes, but don't have them for 7x17. I don't have a darkroom, I use a dark closet and my kitchen. Keep us posted if you if you decide to do...
  30. Re: Auction purchase can't wait to see what i bought any idea?

    Did you get the extension rail? If not they do come up for sale occasionally, very useful if you want to use longer focal length lenses. Otherwise a fine looking camera and the Seneca's are fairly...
  31. Re: Greetings from Marin Country California

    Welcome to the forum from another Bay Area LFP. I’m across the bridge in the Sunset district of San Francisco. Definitely check out the home page here, lots of info there.

    Roger
  32. Re: 8x10 film dev - what do you use as a process?

    +1, been using BTZS tube since 2000, here a link for another source that has some good YouTube videos.

    Roger
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    Re: Re-Launched Personal Website

    Really enjoyed the Mettle series.

    Roger
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    Re: Post Your Own 12x20” LF Image

    This is very nice! How are you scanning these negatives?

    Roger
  35. Re: Photo travel by vehicle, what's your favorite?

    marcookie, I’ll keep that in mind. One trailer that I was looking at has a suspension and shock absorber. Also if I do end up cycling with a trailer it will be pretty tame.

    Roger
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    Re: 8x10 on a Bicycle?

    http://www.loisconner.net/

    Roger
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    Re: 8x10 on a Bicycle?

    Just ordered her book, Beijing: Comtemporary and Imperial. Thanks for the heads up.

    Roger
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    Re: 8x10 on a Bicycle?

    Will do, just happen to have a 7x17 too. Actually she sounds familiar.

    Roger
  39. Re: Photo travel by vehicle, what's your favorite?

    Definitely a lower carbon foot print that my photo vehicle, which I mentioned in post #6. I have been tempted to get a bicycle trailer, as I really don’t want to give up the big Ries.

    Roger
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    Re: 8x10 on a Bicycle?

    Nice video, thanks for posting.

    Roger
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