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  1. Re: Article on digitalizing film with a digital camera, including color negatives

    Quite a few years ago now I went through a phase of trying to use Tru-Vue AR coated glass for contact printing. The problem was that it was very difficult to get large-enough pieces that were...
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    Re: Schneider 135mm APO coverage

    Alas, the 135mm focal length was dropped for the L series. The 120 did gain some coverage, though.
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    Re: How Did We Come To LF?

    Merged with the existing thread on the topic.
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    Re: Schneider 135mm APO coverage

    See the attached file.

    Since you mentioned interior photography: don't forget that as you focus closer, the image circle increases in proportion to the bellows extension. Of course, you also lose...
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    Re: Inkjet printing larger than 64"

    If you've got $90,000 to burn, the F-series Epsons go up to 76 inches.
  6. Re: Shooting with fixed optical cold shoe viewfinder on Horseman FA

    You just have to try it for yourself to see whether you're comfortable working that way - some people are, some aren't. Get started by doing some comparisons between the field of view that the...
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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Chuck - yes, I've seen the same thing. Thanks for reporting this - we'll follow up with Tom.
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    Re: BTZS Tubes in daylight

    I've since moved on to a Jobo, but during my early LF days when I was using BTZS tubes, I just ran the whole process through fixing under my safelight - not because of the spectral filtering, which...
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    Re: BTZS Tubes in daylight

    In his book "Beyond the Zone System", Phil Davis says it as follows (emphasis added):

    "About 5 seconds before each time expires, remove a tube from the water bath, and holding it over the sink...
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    Sticky: Re: Private Message Settings

    We do have an overall storage constraint. Although it wasn't spelled out explicitly in Ralph's initial post, we've already adjusted this once, to the current settings favoring more messages at the...
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    Re: Xenotar condition opinions?

    The original post, which didn't ask for valuation but rather for advice on the impact of the lens's condition, is entirely within our guidelines, as are the various observations that have been shared...
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    Sticky: Re: Private Message Settings

    I've merged this with the relevant prior discussion so that we can recall where the current settings came from - see Ralph's post at the top. There's always a tradeoff.
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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Must confess - at this point I'm, like, totally zoned.
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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    In the meantime, we have reflected upon the significance of this incident.
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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Our work has not stopped - soon enough, things will be fixed.
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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Normally I don't like pushing either, but the Forum is uninentionally underexposed.
  17. Re: Presentation of LF slides for display, exhibition, collection, and sale.

    Fair point - we don't know about the reciprocity behavior of exposure testing for these transparency materials.

    That said, the discussion in chapter 3 about fading of color prints on display...
  18. Re: Presentation of LF slides for display, exhibition, collection, and sale.

    Yes, and yes. Read chapter 6 of Wilhelm's book:

    http://wilhelm-research.com/book_toc.html
  19. Re: Moving to Ilford from Kodak, begrudgingly…

    I've found that if I have a congenial film/paper match those adjustments are quick and easy; if not, printing is a hassle, dominated by tedious remedial manipulation and no fun at all.

    YMMV. ...
  20. Re: Moving to Ilford from Kodak, begrudgingly…

    At the risk of telling you something you already know: if you're printing in the darkroom and have well-defined preferences for tonal rendering, the question isn't what film to use, it's what...
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    Re: 90mm f8 vs 5.6

    I don't use a separate viewing frame, but still from time to time I make exposures without being able to see all parts of the composition clearly on the GG, whether because of falloff on the...
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    Re: Help with classified

    Rob, your profile is already set to allow access to FS and WTB. Click on "Forum" at the top of the page to see our full subforum menu, then scroll down to the "Community" section toward the bottom...
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    Re: 90mm f8 vs 5.6

    So please don't. It's natural for threads is to drift a bit as people offer a variety of sort-of-related ideas in an effort to be helpful.



    I think everyone understood your question. The...
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    Re: Show off your ULF camera

    The discussion about a ULF camera for digital stitching has been moved to its own thread in the Lounge:
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    Re: JOBO 3066 for 4x5

    Apparently there was:

    https://www.photrio.com/forum/threads/how-to-load-jobo-bulk-film-reel.119869/

    Nadoske, I'll second the motion: can you post some pictures of what you have?

    Perhaps...
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    Re: Magnum Photographers and Large Format

    Eyeballing the list...

    https://www.magnumphotos.com/photographers/

    ...Philippe Halsman and Alec Soth stand out as photographers who have used LF at some point in their careers. Wouldn't be...
  27. Re: Apo Sinaron se 150mm Vs Apo Symmar L 150mm

    It occurred to me to check whether this was true even for those FLs in the L series that were not specified for increased coverage. That turns out to be only the 300 and 480. Taking a peek at the...
  28. Re: Apo Sinaron se 150mm Vs Apo Symmar L 150mm

    Looking at the 150 as an example, Schneider's published MTF curves do indeed show a slight decrease in modulation at the center of the field for the L as compared to the prior non-L Apo-Symmar. Of...
  29. Re: Apo Sinaron se 150mm Vs Apo Symmar L 150mm

    Sinaron-S = Caltar II-N = Sironar-N / Apo-Sironar-N
    Sinaron-SE = Apo-Sironar-S
    Sinaron-WS = Apo-Sironar / Apo-Sironar-W
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    Re: buy sell forum?

    Dan, your profile looks to be in order, so you should be able to see the FS and WTB subforums - scroll down the front page to the "Community" section. If you're still having trouble you might try...
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    Re: Tiny Format Image Stacking

    The two dedicated programs that I've seen mentioned most frequently by hard-core users are Helicon Focus and Zerene Stacker.
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    Re: 各位新朋友,你们好,来自中国。

    As stated in the Forum guidelines, "Well wishes and greetings in other languages are fine, but original posts and responses to the topic must be in English". This is to allow for brief greetings in...
  33. Re: Time Between Trains @ The Master Gallery, NYC

    I was in NYC this past weekend and was able to make it over to the Master Gallery for a look. I'm glad I did - these are lovely pictures where the skilled craft - both capture and printing - serves...
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    Re: Aspect ratio of 10x8 and 5x4?

    So far as I know, 4x10 as a commercially-offered format is a relatively recent development, and the easy cutting from a readily available format is a very plausible justification. Many of us are...
  35. Re: The Problem with Modern Lenses.. transfered to those new to view camera image mak

    I suspect there's some confusion in communication here.

    Just one of many, many examples:

    https://opticallimits.com/m43/840-olympus17f18?start=1
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    Re: LOMO Instax WIDE back FOR 4X5 Camera

    Just for the record, it can also be used with a tablet. I've printed from my Windows PC to all three of the Instax formats - Mini, Square and Wide - by tethering an inexpensive Android tablet to the...
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    Re: Terminology Question

    The intended meaning is likely "high contrast". If the ambient lighting is outside of one's control and one does not want a harsh rendering, "hard" lighting is typically tamed by exposing generously...
  38. Thread: Oh my . . .

    by Oren Grad
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    Re: Oh my . . .

    Tuan, with a join date of 7 Aug 1997. There is a total of 37 members with join dates prior to 1/1/2000 who are still "active", defined as having logged in at some point during 2021.
  39. Thread: Oh my . . .

    by Oren Grad
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    Re: Oh my . . .

    Simple post count. But endurance combined with moderation (no pun intended, though Neil has of course contributed in that way too) makes for a nice balance.
  40. Thread: Oh my . . .

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    Re: Oh my . . .

    Neil, you're #32 on the all-time list. Shoo-in for the Hall of Fame. :)
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