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    Re: Semi Stand and EMA Development Question

    If I read this right it is not the developer that sinks to the bottom it is the Bromide. using very dilute developer and a vigorous initial 2 minute agitation avoids the bromide streaks when...
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    Re: Semi Stand and EMA Development Question

    How do you fill the developer to the top in the dark?
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    Re: Semi Stand and EMA Development Question

    I guess that person meant bromide.
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    Semi Stand and EMA Development Question

    I've been browsing Semi-Stand Development and EMA looking for ways to avoid the streaks, and any other issue that may appear. I read one statement about the developer sinking to the bottom of the...
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    Re: Camera set up for hiking

    Are you going into the canyon? An experience I was working my way up to until I blew out my knee, and then ended up with a total knee replacement. Another dream flushed due to my...
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    Re: polyptych photos

    Always been a fan of Dewoud Bey's 20x24 polaroid polyptichs.

    http://stephendaitergallery.com/exhibitions/dawoud-bey-polaroid-works/
  7. Re: How I enjoy this hobby is not how You enjoy this hobby. Get over it.

    I guess I'm not too sure where the complaints are based as I spend little time in the classifieds. I appreciate the input, expertise, and images Jim shares. That being said, I, suffering from...
  8. Re: Setting up a darkroom inside a shipping container

    Insulation, insulation, and more insulation. Those things become ovens in the summer and refrigerators in the winter. If you are putting a sliding door in the side there will need to be some...
  9. Re: glueing polyester filters to glass for a tri-color camera

    The only time I have used the UV glue I noticed that it was not very clear. It seems that you will need optically clear adhesive. Plus I would be concerned with Acetate eating the filter. Wonder...
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Nice and intriguing photo. Wonder why the Ns are backward.
  11. Re: glueing polyester filters to glass for a tri-color camera

    How does that camera work?

    When I worked in a special collections darkroom I floated the emulsion off nitrate negs and mated them with fixed out copy film bases to make prints and copy negs of. ...
  12. Re: Looking to get into IR goggles to help me with my film handling

    4x5, 5x7, and 8x10. Load and unload holders and load tubes for developing.
  13. Looking to get into IR goggles to help me with my film handling

    My hands don't work the way they used too and I am finding myself in greater need of being able to see as I load and unload my film holders. I've been doing a lot of reading and searching, and I...
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    Re: Intrepid - Communication & Delivery

    I seriously considered an intrepid camera but dropped the idea because of this problem: long than necessary wait times, quality control issues, etc. But I have a question, are these problems because...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I really like the top half of this image. And, I really like the bottom half of the image. But not both together. If that makes sense. The clean geometric lines of the top half compete too much...
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    Re: Just a basket of Duck Eggs.

    A well done basket of eggs
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    Re: Errors on Development

    The film was touching something during development. Saw a lot of this while assisting in a college darkroom. Students not feeding the 35mm film into the reels.
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    Re: Light Tripods: The Weak Link?

    I'm a former mechanic. That 1/4 20 SS bolt is capable of holding much more torque than any camera can exert no matter how much it is wracked out and what lens is on the front. The camera will fail...
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    Re: Native Thai Flower

    Very well done.
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    Re: please help me identify this light leak

    Are these from the same pack of film?

    At anytime was there a rubber band around the box you transported them in?

    Can you post a cell phone pic of the box you transported the film in?

    Send an...
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    Re: Pyrocat HD update from PF

    I contacted art craft and they had no idea what I was talking about.
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    Re: Images of mistakes - good or bad..

    Looks like a lot of wet plate work looks. I kind of like it.
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    Re: please help me identify this light leak

    Weird. Could it be a double exposure? The lines seem to be too crisp to be a light leak.
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    Re: Which ball head? Really right BH40 or BH30

    Since everyone's opinion is the correct one on this thread (some more correct than others. Just ask them, they will tell you)

    Here is mine
    Use what you have and practice with it until you are...
  25. Thread: 6x17 Images

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    I could happily spend time there.
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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Interesting Yayoi Kusama tribute.

    Well executed.
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    Re: Platinum galleries/collectors?

    I think this would be the direction I would go. For the most part I have found LF photographers to be nice people who like to help and talk about what they do. Only found one to be a monstrous sized...
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    Re: Focusing, glasses, & LF

    Just use a dark t-shirt for a dark cloth. Put it upside down over your neck so the wide bottom goes over the camera. Not very fashionable but works. It helps a lot. My eyesight is bad and the advice...
  29. Re: QT Luong's visit to the 61th national park with LF camera

    Cool
  30. Thread: 6x17 Images

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Very nice Thomas
  31. Re: Just bought the first component for eliminating dust on scanned negatives

    Fishy. I had an employee who had lots of grandmas and they all died. Grandma, step grandma, grandma in law, step grandma in law. Needless to say he did not last long. For a while, it was kind of...
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    You sound doubtful.
  33. Thread: 6x17 Images

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Very Well done seb .

    I live in the Southwest.
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    Re: Ansel Adams, a prodigy?

    unfortunately, in this day and age with everything coming out about everyone, and skeletons being hung on the internet line for all to see it is the fad to discount the acomplishments of some because...
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    Re: What about Richard Ritter

    I have the same, "That address does not exist" issue. The Irony of the whole situation is companies who say you don't exist because of no home mail delivery are baseing this off the United States...
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    Re: Buying guide 8 x 10

    Yes. Then again I hate working with photographs on computers.
  37. Thread: 6x17 Images

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Thats cool. The color palette makes It look a lot like a painting.
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    Re: ULF Walk-in Camera?

    That is a huge lens! Glod for you. What is the image circle?
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    Re: Buying guide 8 x 10

    one post 2 pages of responses. I assume the guy is history but I will put in my two cents.

    Going from a Sony digital straight to 8x10 without any hands on knowledge of what a view camera even...
  40. Re: Just bought the first component for eliminating dust on scanned negatives

    You trade one set of allergies for another when you move out here to a cit. Invasive plants cause most of the issues. If you head for the desert where no one lives it is somewhat better but still...
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