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    Re: Film holder shoulder bag

    David. Careful, you may get my creative juices flowing. That would be out of sight!


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    Re: Film holder shoulder bag

    Otto f. Donít see any moose here where I photograph. I find my neighborhood pretty interesting with plenty to photograph within walking distance. With the pouch (my wife calls it a purse!) I can...
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    Re: Film holder shoulder bag

    I recommend that good sailors stay out of the water and keep their bilge dry. ;^}


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    Film holder shoulder bag

    I like to go for walks and take pictures in my neighbourhood. Film holders are the clumsy things to manage while walking about. Had an idea for a 5x7 film holder pouch made from a bluejean pant leg...
  5. Thread: Print Washing

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    Re: Print Washing

    I am currently working out the processing work flow in my little darkroom with 5 foot sink. For washing I am using a 11x14 Doran washing tray and limiting each session to 4 8x10 or 2 11x14 prints. ...
  6. Re: CatLABS X film, from Freestyle - any user information?

    Just finish running 120 roll film tests of Catlabs 80 using the ole Fred Picker method. It cam out to 80 ASA for me with a good development time of 6:30 at 68 deg. In Rodinal 1:25. So it looks to...
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Dramatic Chris! I think clouds are so important to this picture.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Another shot. This time from the west side of my back "yard". Same set up as before.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Here is a 5x7 contact printed cyanotype. The monster growing in the park behind my condo.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Just experimenting with a new to me camera, lens and film. It definitely needs some clouds in the sky, and the print doesn't lay flat on the scanner.

    8x10 print on Bergger paper. Film was...
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    Re: Shooting 8x10 in a submarine

    Fun to watch. The sub is most definitely a static display. The big walk in door on the side is a dead give away. We have the Nautilus here as a museum. Space and lighting would be a challenge.
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Gorgeous collection Alan.


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  13. Re: My new online gallery, blog and print store

    Very nice color work. Wish you well on sales.


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

    Yuri, wonderfully timeless.


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  15. Re: Light Meter for Large Format (4x5) Landscape Photography

    +1 on the Sekonic L28. Simple, incident, no battery.


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  16. Re: Rollei RPX25 extended red sensitivity example

    Very dramatic!


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  17. Re: Color Reversal (RA-4) using Afghan Box Camera

    Very cool. I am going to have to cut down some RA4 paper and try this in my LF camera.


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  18. Re: Safelight for Ziatype & Platinum/Palladium?

    I concur with the 60w yellow bulb.


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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Tuco, I like it!


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

    Fantastic light on the screens.


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    Re: Hand Held 5x7 from Kodak 33a

    Here is an update on the project. I wanted the camera to be foldable for easy travel so here is what I came up with:

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    I used stainless bolts to extend the focus point. The no. 10 size...
  22. Re: Hi everyone. Nice to meet you all. I have a few questions.

    First you need to let us know what format the camera is. 4x5, 2 1/4 x 3 1/4, etc. then you could post a want to buy WTB here on the forum for an enlarger that can handle that format.


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    Hand Held 5x7 from Kodak 33a

    Here is another project, which I suspect will be rather easy to build but I am wanting the perfect design. I have a 5x7 Kodak 33a camera parts leftover and want to build a hand holdable camera from...
  24. Thread: Trains

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    Re: Trains

    Very cool Reinhold! Love the camera.


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  25. Re: Any picture examples of color film with old lenses?

    Mhayshi yes the only blue in the ski was that seen in the picture. I am pretty sure that even though the lens is uncoated it must have been color corrected with little abrasion.


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  26. Re: Any picture examples of color film with old lenses?

    Definitely not too old or even large format, but here is a uncoated Tessar 10.5 cm on a prewar Welta Weltur. This is printed from negative film and therefore color corrected during enlargement. I...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Well seen Chris. Was the Dallmeyer intended to be a soft focus lens?


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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Spent the day taking and developing and printing just this one image. This contact print made from a 5x7 negative taken with a Kodak 33a, 203mm f7.7. HP 5 in Rodinal 1:25. This is an old...
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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Pleasing rendering of the rusty texture and broken glass in the second one runnertexas.


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  30. Thread: June Portraits

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    Re: June Portraits

    Mattk, lots of depth to this portrait. Nice work.


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    Re: The beginnings of the COVID darkroom.

    Looks like a more daunting project, but nice clean space to start with. Mine started with a huge plywood bar and cheesy mirror tile behind. It was good to see that go.


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  32. Thread: June Portraits

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    Re: June Portraits

    Retro military portrait. Taken with my Kodak 33a on HP5 and contact printed. Lens was a Kodak 203mm f7.7. I have backs to do 2 exposures and 4 exposures so I can contact print these as well for...
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    5x7 HP5 203mm f7.7 Kodak lens. Printed on Bergger paper and then flatbed scanned.

    Avery House, Groton CT. This house was used as a make shift hospital after Benedict Arnolds attack on New...
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    Re: The beginnings of the COVID darkroom.

    First processing in new darkroom from film to print.

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    Its a start!

    5x7 HP5 printed full frame 8x10 and then flatbed scanned.
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    Re: Elwood enlarger

    I just made my first enlargement with the Elwood in its new home. This time I set it up with the original 500w bulb and oh boy is that to much light with modern paper! I was looking at less than 5...
  36. Thread: Ed From NYC

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    Re: Ed From NYC

    Hello Ed. Welcome to the forum. You expertise will be appreciated here.


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    Re: The beginnings of the COVID darkroom.

    I used a little weather stripping all around and a rubber door sweep at the bottom. I can still see some light around it, but I doubt it will be enough to be a problem.


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    Re: The beginnings of the COVID darkroom.

    Finished. The sink is in!https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200602/d4b9e70654388e1a2a2805178cb4e2f1.jpg

    Yes it is mounted high up because of the drain, but elbow high for me and will be less...
  39. Re: How much detail is lost enlarging a 4x5 negative to 8X10

    I think that with a good lens you will see more detail because the small size cannot be perceived by your own eye.


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    Re: 5x7 Elwood enlarger lens board

    They are wooden and should be simpler to make than camera lens boards.


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