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  1. Re: Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    Thanks, Ashishwakhlu! That was the Fujinon C 600. Wonderful lens. I also use a Nikkor M 450, 355 G-Claron for some wideness...
  2. Re: Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    Thanks, Jim. I'll look them up.
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    Thanks, Jim. Appreciate it! I learnt how to work in a small space all the years I spent in Japan. One tray is all one needs... It's starting to get banged up. Need to source a replacement. Any advice?
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    Re: Anyone else here on Instagram?

    https://www.instagram.com/andrew.oneill.artist/
  5. Re: Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    Yup. I was using a tray that was a tad too small. The method that I used in the video to submerge the print quickly and evenly, is one that I have used for many years. I'll be using my usual "larger"...
  6. Re: Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    :D Yes, it's quite a trip from back of camera, to front. Then back again. Repeat.
  7. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Kallitype print made from 14x17 double-sided, green latitude. Developed in D-23 1+1 in a flat-bottomed tray. I posted the video in the On Photography section.
  8. Re: Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    Yes, the negative was from that actual spot, from that shoot. I think having the gopro set on super wide angle distorted the distances. One negative was developed for carbon, and the other for...
  9. Re: Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    Thanks, Jim. I now have a much larger, darker, dark cloth. Normally, I leave the dark cloth on, but I wanted the viewers to see the holder going in and out. I probably should have mentioned that....
  10. Re: Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    Thank you, jon.oman, and Darr!
  11. Re: Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    Thank you, Alan. It is indeed a big step up from 8x10....especially in my teeny tiny darkroom! But, I've learnt how to make it work as best as I can...need a new counter though. After 20 years of...
  12. Re: Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    This actually made me emotional. No one has ever said that to me before (okay, maybe my mum did a few times :o ) Thank you very much!
  13. Out With My 14x17 DIY Camera & XRAY Film

    This video I made covers more than one area, so I wasn't quite sure which thread to put it in. I'm out with my 14x17, shooting XRAY film, developing it in my darkroom, and then making a Kallitype...
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    Pushing Ilford Delta 400

    I decided to give Delta 400 a go and see how it responded to push processing. This was a lot "milder" push test compared to the HP5 test I did recently. I had fun doing it, although my neck will...
  15. Re: Listen to a Photographer Born in 1843 Talk About Documenting the Wild West

    That was really cool! Thanks for that, Tin Can!
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    Re: Pushing HP5

    I look forward to it! Will it be a series?
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    Re: Pushing HP5

    Thank you kindly, Tin Can!
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    Re: Pushing HP5

    I'm from Saskatchewan (Saskatoon) originally. We share pretty much the same climate. I know N. Dakota does. My brother is still in Sasktoon. He wasn't happy about the snow dump they got last week,...
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    Pushing HP5

    Put together a video where I'm pushing HP5 up to EI 25600. Had a lot of fun doin this test, and I'm glad I did it. I also did a Delta 400 push, but that video will have to wait as I haven't edited it...
  20. Re: so, do you guys consider my 6x9 to be "large format"?

    I always thought that LF started at 4x5. That's 4x5 film. Shoot it in a shoe box, with a pin hole. It's LF. I do love that 6x9 negative I get with my Grand Dad's old Brownie Six-20!
  21. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    If you want slightly darker blue sky, or better separation between cloud and sky, with green latitude x-ray film, use a yellow filter. The strongest I have used is a #15.
  22. Thread: Ebike?

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    Re: Ebike?

    We have bike thieves up here, but it's usually cut and run, while you're sitting in a coffee shop. I have been looking at an e-bike, but scared it'll get stolen.
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    Re: Latest Video With My 8x10

    Here is part three. I made a stop at a place I've loved to photograph at over the years. It was a little challenging this time with the 8x10, due to strong wind off Kamloops Lake. This time no cacti...
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    Re: Hello from the arctic circle!

    Welcome to the forum, Fusiobear!
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    Re: 14x17 Film Holders

    I have ONE 14x17 holder from Sandy King. It's a beautiful piece of art. I've used it mainly for XRAY film. I was planning on getting a couple more holders, and some HP5, but that never happened since...
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    Re: Latest Video With My 8x10

    Here is part two...I'm shooting Rollei IR and FP4. Two more episodes to follow after this.


    https://youtu.be/pEDluj-0DGo
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    Re: Latest Video With My 8x10

    I went on a three-day road trip up the Fraser Canyon, stopping at a few locations that I have enjoyed photographing at over the years. This is part one of a four part series. In part one, I stop at...
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    Re: Scanning 8x10 Negatives

    I've been using a V750 for several years for negatives up to 8x10. Does a nice job. Good enough for my needs.
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    Re: Camera Obscura

    With that in the bathroom, who needs a magazine?? :D
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    Re: adox cms 20 ii

    I agree. I was quite happy with the results... and it's MUCH cheaper to mix up than buying Adotech IV. That wee bottle doesn't last very long!
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    Re: About signing prints

    I just sign on the matt board. I don't bother with dates. Although when I lived in Japan, they also wanted the date and location. My most recent exhibit over there I omitted dates and locations, to...
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    Re: Hello from Pittsburgh

    Welcome!
  33. Re: Using up all my film, paper and chemicals----------not me

    That is nothing compared to how much film I have... One freezer full, and starting to take over the fridge in the kitchen. Wife. Not. Happy.
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    Pre-Exposure Fun!

    I decided to revisit an old technique, used to reduce the contrast of a scene on film. In this case, black and white film. I will compare the pre-exposed results with one that received no...
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    Prairie Church

    Hi everyone!

    I put together a short video highlighting some of my favourite Canadian Prairie churches that I've been photographing for about 15 years. The majority are of Ukrainian Orthodox, in...
  36. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    ...and besides, stripping the film destroys its character.

    @kiwi7475, that's good to know about the Agfa film. Thanks!
  37. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Hi Philippe, sorry for late reply... I'm not sure who the actual manufacturer was. I bought it from CXSOnline. They had their own label on it which read, "Distributed by CXSOnline". Probably Kodak....
  38. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Glad it helped you... I have stripped the emulsion and believe me, it's not worth it. You literally cut the films density range in half...which is no good for me as I need negatives with extended DR...
  39. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    I've been using xray films now since 2008. I took some double-sided green along with me on a shoot a couple weeks ago, and made a video of it. I compare side by side shots with 8x10 panchromatic...
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    Re: RIP William "WFW" Whitaker

    Sad news. Condolences to Will's family.
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