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  1. Re: Very neat artice by the New Yorker on Thomas Joshua Cooper

    I didn't state it clearly enough: he would travel many days or weeks to a location and make a single exposure. Just one exposure.
  2. Re: Very neat artice by the New Yorker on Thomas Joshua Cooper

    What puzzled me is that he took only one picture at one place which led me to think the whole expedition experience was more important than the ultimate image which most other serious photographers...
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    Re: October 2019 Portraits

    I know I need to scan the print. Maybe later. 14 inch f/3 Petzval with a 810 reducing back on my 11x14 camera.
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Mallardís Rest in Montana. Chamomile 810V camera with front element of Cooke lens. Tmax 400 film.
  5. Re: Very neat artice by the New Yorker on Thomas Joshua Cooper

    I read my New Yorker today and watched the video. I like him and it is a bit unbelievable he could find financial backers for his trips which lasted a few weeks and costed $250,000 to $300,000 per...
  6. Re: Kodak Rapid Selenium Toner - new version?

    Riley,

    Thank a lot!

    Hugo
  7. Kodak Rapid Selenium Toner - new version?

    I need some selenium and there are two items of Kodak Professional Rapid Selenium Toner at B&H. One is marked as 2019 version and is about 35% cheaper. Any ideas?
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    Re: New Ultra-Light Chamonix 810 Camera

    Chamonix 810 Alpinist with convertible back will be out in the first half of 2020 and 810H will be in later part of 2020.
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    Re: Late September 2019 Portraits

    Chamonix 11x14 camera with 810 back. A 360mm f/3 Petzval lens. Efke 100 film in D-76.
  10. Re: I take back every bad word I have said about Kodak...

    I want to ask our experienced members this: if you shoot mostly portraiture, would you use Tri-X instead of TMY?
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    Re: Late August 2019 Portraits.

    Beginning to learn scanning and PS. One of the pictures from my trip to Lhasa last month with Graflex 5x7 Home Portrait camera and monopod. #3 Eidoscope lens. Tri-X film and D-76.
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    Re: Wide angle lenses for 8x10

    If you are shooting trees at close distance, not mountain peaks at infinity and you don't plan to use much movement, then Rodenstock Perigon 130mm f/12 is very good. It usually comes in a shutter and...
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    The Lightest 810 Film Holder?

    We have just come out with the lightest 810 film holder for 810 backpackers. It has a weight of 435 grams and that is 110 grams less than our current 810 film holder. It costs an arm and leg: $380...
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    Re: Wide angle lenses for 8x10

    SSXL 150mm?
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    Chamonix 45 Users in New York City

    Hi follow members,

    I am just checking to see if there are any our kind 45 camera users in New York city who is willing to talk to or meet with Rob, a new member here, who wants to see our camera...
  16. Michael Gordon's LF Workshop at Death Valley

    Fellow Members,

    I am pleased to announce that Michael Gordon is going to run a small workshop at Death Valley. He is a talented photographer and a very good teacher. He knows Death Valley.
    ...
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    Re: My Dream lens.

    Lovely pictures, Tri!
  18. Re: Comparing Currently In-production 4X5 Field Cameras

    If you are in Denver, your Chamonix prices are not right.

    http://www.chamonixviewcamera.com/cameras
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    Re: May Portrait 2019

    Clickma,

    Did you use F5.6 stop on this one? What a beautiful image!
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    Re: May Portrait 2019

    Ken, Deardorffuser and Cameron,

    Wonderful images!!!
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    Re: Big Sur Camping

    I camped at Fernwood last winter and it was pretty good.
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    Re: Hello from Portugal

    I spent a few days in Lisbao two years ago with fond memories! A dozen 4x5 sheets with a Saber camera. Love Portugal!
  23. Re: How to use Epson V850 to scan contact prints for website use

    Pere,

    Thank you so much for this detailed instruction! I will try to learn this.

    Hugo
  24. Re: How to use Epson V850 to scan contact prints for website use

    PRJ,

    5- Make a preview scan, then set the levels so they do not clip. Include a scanning target in the scan so you can correct everything later. I use a Gretag mini color checker, but you could...
  25. How to use Epson V850 to scan contact prints for website use

    Hi follow members,

    I got a V850 some weeks ago and I am trying to learn and scan some of my contact prints (from 4x5 to 8x10) and put them on my personal website.

    I know literally nothing about...
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    Re: New Ultra-Light Chamonix 810 Camera

    I used to have that lens too and liked it a lot. Very sharp.
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    Re: New Ultra-Light Chamonix 810 Camera

    We recommend this camera for people shooting 80% of 8x10 format in horizontal format. Yes you can turn the camera 90 degrees to shoot portrait as long as the lens is not too heavy.

    We also have...
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    Re: Lens Result Question

    I remember that I had a Vitax lens many years ago that produced similar images. I agree with Mark that the lens probably has a curved, not flat field.
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    Re: Advice on Apo-Lanthars needed

    Here is a good article by one of our members:

    https://www.arnecroell.com/voigtlaender.pdf
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    Re: Advice on Apo-Lanthars needed

    Ken,

    I have read somewhere that Apo-Lanthar lenses in 105mm, 150mm, 210mm and 300mm are very different from the lens tested in your link.
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    Re: Advice on Apo-Lanthars needed

    Greg,

    I have many lenses and several apo-lanthar lenses in 150mm, 210mm and 300mm. There are something special about them, especially for portraits. I only do contact printing and don't shoot...
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    Re: Looking out over Phang-ng Bay Thailand

    Neil,

    This one is really nice!
  33. Re: 8x10 in Paris-Chamonix-Normandy-Dublin-Clonakilty

    Cameron,

    I have been to a few European cities and found it hard to use tripod because of the crowd. My best experience of travel with a LF camera so far is a Graflex Super D 45 camera with two 12...
  34. Re: Experiences with WA and extreme WA lenses for 11x14

    Dallmeyer has a 9" wide angle f/6.5 lens that covers 12x15" plate. I put one on my 11x14 camera two years ago and it did cover the ground glass nicely. I have not used it on film yet so no idea how...
  35. Re: 7th Annual Large and Ultra Large Format Meet and Greet

    Jose, I used a 19" f/4 Voigtlander Petzval lens made in 1870-1871 for that image. This early lens has crazy swirls unlike other Petzval lenses I have. I checked the lens elements and they are in...
  36. Re: 7th Annual Large and Ultra Large Format Meet and Greet

    Last one.
  37. Re: 7th Annual Large and Ultra Large Format Meet and Greet

    Another.
  38. Re: 7th Annual Large and Ultra Large Format Meet and Greet

    A few more.
  39. Re: 7th Annual Large and Ultra Large Format Meet and Greet

    Pictures time.
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    Re: Still Life 2019

    Paul,

    This is so amazing and thanks for sharing the all this!

    Hugo
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