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    Re: Better lens for my Crown Graphic?

    I donít think this is very likely. Figure the majority of these cameras were used until the mid to late 60ís then most were retired. In the last 15-20 years theyíve been given new life by enthusiasts...
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    You do some gorgeous work!
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    Re: Your Street Photo's

    Oops! #25, I gave the data for #26. Sorry!!!

    Photo 1 of 25 was with a Rolleiflex D with 80 2.8 Xenotar. #2 was with a Leica MP and Leica 902.8 Elmarit (not the tele elmarit). I really like the old...
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    Re: Your Street Photo's

    Thanks Andrew. I think #1 was with a Canon slr but don’t remember the lens. It would have been one of the old breach lock lenses in the mid 70’s. #2 was with a Leica M 2 50mm f1.2 Noctilux on Pan F...
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    Re: Your Street Photo's

    The love palace dates to the early 80's in Atlanta and the others are from the early 70's on skid row. The fellow taking a drink from a bottle offered me a drink of "squeeze". What he was drinking...
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    Re: Your Street Photo's

    A little mix of i,mages from the past ten years.
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    Re: Post your signs

    These date back about 15 years or so to 2005. The 4th image is from 1970.
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    Re: Post your signs

    A few signs of the past. These date to the late 60's and early 70's.
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    Re: Better lens for my Crown Graphic?

    My dad bought a new Pacemaker Crown in 1964 that I used all through high school and college in the 60’s. He eventually gave it to me and I continued to use it until buying a Technika 70 kit. It has...
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    Re: At Work / At Rest

    A friend took me to a neighboring town's traders day several years ago. What a great experience! Great people and great faces.
  11. Re: Norma maintenance manual - 8x10 swing question

    I don’t have an 8x10 but purchased a new Norma 4x5 in 1969 and still have it and use it. I think I know where the manual and paper work is and will post relevant information if I locate it tomorrow....
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    Re: Some B&W Town & City Impressions...

    Really lovely image!
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    Re: Post your signs

    I photographed Popcorn over a period of three years and made nearly 1000 images of him. Iíll post a thread one day on him and post images of his whiskey operation. Hereís are two, one with me talking...
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    Re: Post your churches

    One more local and one interior from New Orleans. The shot of the exterior is a church in the Cumberland Mountains in a remote place that can only be reached by 4 wheel drive or by hiking. It's...
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    Re: Post your churches

    Here are a few churches I've documented in the mountains around the area I live. Many of these are now gone.
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    Re: Post your signs

    Iím enjoying everyoneís signs.

    These date from the mid 70ís.
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    Re: Your Street Photo's

    A little change of pace from Mardigras. These date back to the early 70ís.
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    Re: Your Street Photo's

    A couple more from New Orleans.

    Hope none of these offend anyone.
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    Re: Your Street Photo's

    I didnít get down to Mardigras last week to celebrate Fat Tuesday but have been several times. Here are a couple of images from a few years ago.

    I donít recommend Fat Tuesday on Bourbon St if...
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    Re: At Work / At Rest

    I had press credentials.
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    Re: At Work / At Rest

    And a few more from the following summer when the campus was visited by president Nixon.
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    Re: At Work / At Rest

    Thanks! It was a great time to get into photography. Here are a few more from the days around the third photo of the student surrounded by police.

    Police at work.
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Thanks! All the elements were there for a great afternoon. I've live here almost 70 years and I have to say I've met some of the greatest people like this. The locals are great especially if they...
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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    For years I've driven the back roads around the area that I live in East Tennessee. I carry a camera almost all the time and have found some interesting subjects. The first two trains were in the...
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    Re: At Work / At Rest

    I've always loved photographing people no matter hat they're doing. I feel it's important to record every day life because it's constantly changing.

    Glad you like these images. In time I'll post a...
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    Re: At Work / At Rest

    A few more images.

    Carnival stripper 1975, pushed TC with Pentax K1000 and 50mm f2

    Sleeping beauty ~2005, Leica MP with 90mm app Summicron

    Old Guys 1969, 21mm Super Angolan and leica M2 with...
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    At Work / At Rest

    I don't think I've seen anything along this line so let's see images of people working or resting.

    The steel mill was from 1973, Linhof Tekinca 70 180 Tele Arton Kodacolor X

    Railroad worker...
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    This is from about 5 years ago. It's the clover Hill flour mill not far from my house that now a small engine repair shop. It's the place where old timers gather to tell stories and jokes. The mill...
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Iím pretty sure I shot this in the late 70ís with a 4x5 Pacemaker Crown Graphic and 90 Angulon.
  30. Re: Protar VIIa Triple Convertible Pictures POST YOUR PROTAR VII PICS PLEASE

    Jim as part of the story on the mill here are tow medium format shots of the interiors. Both were shot with a Technika 70 on panatomic x and with a 53 f4 Super Angulon. As you know sometimes thereís...
  31. Re: Protar VIIa Triple Convertible Pictures POST YOUR PROTAR VII PICS PLEASE

    Jim, no Big Don was another Don. He had two locations and this one was torn down in the early 80ís. Don had some pretty wild stuff in there. In the window was a Victorian coffin with a human skeleton...
  32. Re: Protar VIIa Triple Convertible Pictures POST YOUR PROTAR VII PICS PLEASE

    One of the first lenses I had for 8x10 was a B&L Protar VIIa in a compound shutter that I bought in the early 70’s. It has a gouge out of the front element and some separation in the rear grouping...
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    Re: 6x17 Images

    I think I shot it around 2000.
  34. Thread: Doors

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    Re: Doors

    And one more.
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    Doors

    I thought there would be a thread on doors but didn't find one. How about seeing some nice doors.
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    A few more 5x7 images.

    The church tower was with my first 5x7 Deardorff in 1969, Probably shot with my 90 f8 Super Angolan.

    The Seel Mill, can't remember the camera setup.

    Rock City was...
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    First one shot with a 5x7 Canham and 450 Nikkor.

    The second was also the Canham but don't remember the lens.

    Number three is from the mid 70's with my 5x7 Sinar Norma and 121 Super Anguon....
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    Re: Americana

    Love the roadside tourist stops. Unfortunately this caught fire several years ago and is now gone.
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    Re: Post Some of Your First Photos

    I located the first image I made with my mothers Ansco 620 box camera in 1953. The image of my older brother was on the same roll.
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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Shot with a 5x7 Canham with a Canham 6x17 back. I think I used a 120 SW Nikkor.
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