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  1. Thread: Banned email

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    Re: Banned email

    Apologies for this, will follow up with our server guru to try to figure out what's going on.



    It was an onslaught of spammers, not email trouble, that got hotmail banned here. There are other...
  2. Thread: Banned email

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    Re: Banned email

    Louie: happily, there are other freebie domains, including gmail, that don't cause us the amount of grief that hotmail has caused. We're sorry about the inconvenience for the occasional user that...
  3. Thread: Banned email

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    Re: Banned email

    Afraid we haven't received any messages from you.

    You're not banned, but the hotmail.com domain is, as of several years ago - too many problems coming from it. If you PM us an email address on a...
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    Re: E-Bay and PayPal: What should I know?

    Yeah, it was pretty spooky recently when for the first time, as I was sitting at the computer upstairs, an email popped into my inbox from Amazon telling me a package had just been delivered, with a...
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    Re: E-Bay and PayPal: What should I know?

    Not so much now, as carriers have special procedures because of covid-19 and sometimes are even stretching those a bit. USPS allows the carrier to sign after talking with the recipient from a...
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    Re: Collodion websites closed

    Garrett, how many MB of data is it, all told?
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    Re: ULF - 11x14 - Focal Length Lineup

    For 11x14, roughly speaking, divide by ten to get a 35mm "equivalent". (Yes, I know, different aspect ratio and all that.)

    For me, the difference between 355 and 450 is large, the difference...
  8. Thread: Hypo clear?

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    Re: Hypo clear?

    Assuming a non-hardening rapid fixer: yes for FB prints, no for RC prints or for film.
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    Re: Tray print washer question

    I use a good old-fashioned Kodak Tray Siphon for RC prints, one or two at a time... and a Versalab washer for a session's worth of FB prints that need a long wash. Yes, if you use a tray device for...
  10. Re: April 26, 2020 is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Since the day is past and this has turned into a picture-sharing thread (yay! :)) I'm moving it from Announcements into Image Sharing where it can continue to receive the attention it deserves...
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Put on a bandana this afternoon, stuck a pinhole body cap on a digital camera and went for a walk around the neighborhood... I was shocked and dismayed to encounter this:
    ...
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual film order

    They have not publicized it and did not respond when I asked them about it a few years ago. It's conceivable that the amount will vary depending on competing demands on their production schedule,...
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual film order

    No special access needed. AFAIK anyone can order ULF at times other than the special order period, through an Ilford dealer, so long as you're willing to shell out for a minimum quantity somewhere...
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    Re: Restoring a Gowland 4x5 SLR

    It does remind me a bit of the "automatic" diaphragm that was provided with the standard lenses for the 3.25x4.25 and 4x5 Graflex Super D.
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    Re: Restoring a Gowland 4x5 SLR

    More, from an archived copy of Peter's old website. Quite different from a Graflex, indeed!

    Peter's Notes about the Gowland SLR

    I have designed around 30 cameras, but never one with a reflex...
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    Re: Restoring a Gowland 4x5 SLR

    OK, there's an old post about it on photo.net. Here's the key point about its function:

    I have one and it is a rather strange beast. It doesn't have a hinged, full sized mirror like a Graflex. It...
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    Re: Restoring a Gowland 4x5 SLR

    I've owned Gowland TLRs and monorails but never one of his SLRs. That's a rare beast - enjoy!

    I've never had one in hand so I'm afraid I don't know how Peter engineered this. From the pictures,...
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual film order

    Threads merged.
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual film order

    Actually, it has been possible to place orders for special sizes at times other than the special order period, *if* you are willing to meet a large minimum order requirement as in that B&H listing. ...
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    Re: The New Marketplace Rules are Too Restrictive

    Darren, we prefer to minimize the number of sticky posts at the top of the FS subforum so that as many as possible of the threads that show up on the first page of the index are actual member FS...
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual film order

    Ilford/Harman announces an order period, a list of items being offered, and a list of participating dealers. Purchasers are free to shop around and place their orders at any of the participating...
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual film order

    Nothing from Harman Technology yet. However, in light of their current production shutdown and employee furloughs because of covid-19, I think we have to expect a delay compared to prior years. ...
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    Re: The New Marketplace Rules are Too Restrictive

    Price changes may be made through an additional post, but no more often than every 7 days. This is a per-thread rule, not a per-item rule. For example, if you post a thread with 7 items, you may not...
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    First, from our guidelines:

    Principles of Moderation

    The Forum is moderated with the goal of sustaining lively, informative and enjoyable discussions focused on our primary objective....
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Same warning as in the Lounge thread applies across the entire Forum.
  26. Re: 65mm Super- Angulon f 6.8 vignette solutions on 4x5

    OK, thread title corrected.
  27. Re: Rodenstock 90mm 4.5 Grandagon-N questions

    About 700 g, in case the OP is wondering.
  28. Re: Rodenstock 90mm 4.5 Grandagon-N questions

    The green-line ones are later production runs - check the serial numbers. Bob S has said many times over the years that production standards improved over time. I've never had an opportunity - nor...
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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    3S-KR: Please tell us who your friend is.
  30. Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Cool... I'm being photographed by my 4x5 Lensless Camera Mfg Co 2-inch camera as I write this. Sort of... I'm going to be a blur as I go puttering around my study, fidgeting in my chair, etc. ...
  31. Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Heh... all's fair in pinhole! :)
  32. April 26, 2020 is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Still time for many reading this to dust off your LF pinhole cameras and expose a sheet or three:

    http://pinholeday.org/
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    Re: Interested in 4 x 5

    Typical conversation when I check in at the local Audubon sanctuary:

    Audubon staff person: "What a cool camera! Are you going to be taking pictures of birds?"

    Me: "Uh, no, I'm way too slow...
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    Re: Interested in 4 x 5

    Once you have to futz with taking it off the rail, it's a different game. OK, once I have to futz with taking it off the rail... YMMV.



    I remember it well, fiddled with one at the local...
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    Re: Fuji Frontier for wet plate?

    Yes, for those who haven't heard of this, search for "Fuji Frontier Dark Box". I've edited the thread title to avoid further confusion.
  36. New Epson P700 and P900: no more PK/MK switching!

    At last: 10-channel head means dedicated channels for photo black and matte black inks.

    List of new features:


    Outstanding image quality and color — All-new UltraChrome PRO10 Ink with...
  37. Re: Pens for marking or numbering film negatives - HABS & HAER guidance 2020.

    Schaf, thanks for starting this thread.

    FWIW, I've been using that ZIG pigment pen to annotate the back of RC prints that I've toned for keeping, as pencil doesn't work well at all on the Ilford...
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    Re: Interested in 4 x 5

    The field-vs-monorail generalization is an oversimplification. There are field cameras that are big and klunky for their formats, and there are monorails that have been optimized for field use.
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    Re: Info needed on old lenses from my dad

    Per Forum guideliines, after 30 days you will have access to our FS subforum. In the meantime, as Dugan said, if you can post pictures members here can help you understand what you have. You can...
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    Re: Photo of my Dad with a Big Ass Enlarger!

    If it's material with no particular connection to large format photography, a thread in the Lounge would be fine. I'm sure many would enjoy it!
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