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    Re: UK LF photographers?

    Matt

    That's the old UK Forum, this one appears to have taken over etc:

    https://www.5x4.co.uk/

    regards

    Andrew
  2. Re: Barrell Lenses and Long Exposures at Wide Aperture

    Hi

    No problem in using a filter - in composing the image I usually ensure that the front standard is facing down a little, I then place a circular filter (of whatever kind)
    over the rear element...
  3. Re: HERMAGIS 440mm Aplanat No.4 Series II - and iris as f numbers - little help

    Hi

    ".....focal lenght divided by the diameter......." of the width of the lens element/glass is exactly what I would be doing

    good luck and regards

    Andrew
  4. Re: Help me choose a camera to hike 2000+ miles

    I've read all of the posts (with interest) and agree, 4 x 5 should be disregarded, roll film the only way to go

    If it was me, I'd take two Cameras. The first a light weight TLR (not one of the...
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    +1 and +1

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Petzval LF Film Shots

    Hi Paul

    Your attachment hasn't arrived as part of your post................

    Martin, to me 'the difference' is very significant, it's hard to envisage how a more modern lens could have produced...
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    Re: Petzval LF Film Shots

    That's a lovely image of your daughter, Garrett

    all best

    Andrew
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    Re: Petzval LF Film Shots

    Love the first one Paul, very good stuff

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Petzval LF Film Shots

    That's a very good start Mr A, the Fred Cox Petzval's seem to or did command a good price over on the you know what thing

    All best

    Andrew
  10. Re: 25th Anniversary of the Large Format Photography Forum

    Great stuff Merg

    best regards

    Andrew
  11. Re: What is the good camera for wet plate photography

    Dear OP

    Mate, do please start with a smaller format, no disrespect at all - the ULF sizes are for the experienced Boys and Girls - look at the 19thc history.......there was a massive amount,...
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    Re: The New Marketplace Rules are Too Restrictive

    Thx Dan, yes you're probably spot on but there's 'the ban issue' which I deliberately avoided mentioning

    regards to you, as an invaluable Member on here and stay safe etc etc

    Andrew
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    Re: The New Marketplace Rules are Too Restrictive

    WELL, I'M definitely with Garrett on this (as I usually am), there seems to have been an unnecessary pettiness (to put it as pleasantly as is possible) on here re 'FS' ads - I have NOW STOPPED...
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    Re: The New Marketplace Rules are Too Restrictive

    Well Paul..................

    I've seen a post from him and he (now) only intends to post on 'Photrio' and not on here - this is a guy who has significantly contributed on here, to put it mildley,...
  15. Re: Trying to Source Gear Rack for 8x10 Kodak 2D

    Hi Ari

    From memory, I'm pretty sure that Jim Galli may have collected some of these...................AND it appears from what I've recently seen (and I stand to be put right) that Jim has decided...
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    Re: Faces and Places of Appalachia

    This is great work (again) Don, many thx for showing these

    If I had to pick my proverbial favourite, then it's number one of your first post, the two local girls

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Intrepid 8x10 experiences?

    Thx Marco for posting your videos, they're great for 'the starters' on here

    and btw I much enjoy your work (as well)

    regards

    Andrew
  18. Re: Toyo 45GX as a field camera (and a future path to 8x10)?

    Yes, totally agree, personally I'm a complete whore when it comes to movements, particularly swing and shift

    regards

    Andrew
  19. Re: Toyo 45GX as a field camera (and a future path to 8x10)?

    Hi Theo

    I also have the Too 810G, I love it, but..............the weight is a real killer, the rear standard alone is bad enough..........but the reason why I still own it, is simple, it's rock...
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    Re: 8x10 LF Lenses

    I've always found that a 210mm is the right focal length for macro work..............

    .........and your Deardorff is stunning, way too lovely to be used, I suggest that if put to use then it...
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    Re: essay on Thomas Joshua Cooper

    yes, very impressive stuff

    TJC continues to use a late 19thc 5 x 7 Agfa

    Andrew
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    Re: Congo lens

    Thx indeed Tony, happy to have helped

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Congo lens

    Tony, Hi

    I've just sent you two pm's with details extracted from the 'LVM'

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Fred Picker

    Dear all

    I am a very contented owner of a Zone V1 4 x 5, the previous owner being one John Shiu from this Forum. John had clearly looked after this one extremely well, it remains in great shape. ...
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    Re: Fred Picker

    Thx Bob

    That would make sense, from memory and thx to 'View Camera Mag' they both lived in the Vermont area
    ...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Very interesting too, Mr 'R Runner' and a real difference from the previous very good image #3341 on here, tell me/us some more about this image, please do?

    AND I'm more than happy for this to be...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    AND very interesting work too Patrick, good on you

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Fred Picker

    That's probably Bruce Barlow, Bob but sadly he died last Year

    regards

    Andrew
  29. Re: Auction purchase can't wait to see what i bought any idea?

    Hi - looks to be in terrific condition and with a Triple Convertible lens too

    enjoy

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Self Portraits

    Thx Armin, very grateful

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Please help identify this ULF rig

    The lens is a 210mm CZ Tessar which unless I'm way off course, isn't intended for ULF use.............

    good luck

    Andrew
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    Re: Self Portraits

    Great, really enjoyed this - is that a Gowland TLR on the right..............sorry your left.....?

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Soft-Focus Lens Examples

    Sir, that's brilliant - I can detect that although this is your first post on here, you're very well versed in portraits, terrific indeed

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: post your trees!

    Like it Graham, really like it, post #6388

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Interested in 4 x 5

    Well I started with a Wisner 'Traditional' a beautiful Camera indeed, I then added a Sinar F1 and even though the Wisner had plenty of movements, the Sinar had
    the lot and then there's the extensive...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Yes great work Mr Bill

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Thanks Ari

    regards

    Andrew
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Hi Ari

    A great start, good for you - similar to 'my current Project' entitled 'everyday stuff', perhaps not original but partly inspired by Brett W, who from memory was
    driving down a Street in...
  39. Re: Problem obtaining adequate depth of field with field camera

    Looks like I've missed the latest episode of the 'Bob and Bryan show' :rolleyes:- I have a feeling that another episode may be screened shortly

    Andrew
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    A very very clever image which imo you have to study more than once (to obtain the full benefit etc)

    regards

    Andrew
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