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    Re: Pop-up darkroom...

    B&H has this on sale for US$210, regular price $310. Some of the customer reviews say that light gets through some of the stitching, requiring tape. Has anyone tried this product?


    B&H Link:...
  2. Re: About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    How do you know whether I'm mistaken? I expressed a view and simply said that I don't think that I'm alone in holding it, based on 15 years of being a member of this forum, indeed longer than that...
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    Re: Rodenstock grandagon-n 75mm f4.5

    I have the lens and I'm very happy with it. As always, great info from Bernice. If you look around on the internet for a Rodenstock catalogue, you'll find the full specs.

    Rodnstock recommends f/16...
  4. Re: Gallery owner arrested for forged and stolen Ansel Adams photographs

    Hi Bruce,

    I was talking about the free guide which until now was the subject of the discussion. I have no doubt that ASMP members can get access to excellent advice, including case specific...
  5. Re: About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    Evidently. Which makes no sense, and amounts to telling people that they're free to post, but only if they own a Ferrari.
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    Given what Bob Carnie and Ed Burtynsky say explicitly, and Joe Cornish says implicitly, and given that the forum rules say explicitly that digital capture is allowed, what is the problem with a...
  7. Re: About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    Ed Burtynsky (Petapixel interview):

    Q. You were matching 45 quality up till now?

    A. What I’m doing now is beyond 45 with the 60 megapixel [Hasselblad]. I would say the 60 put me in a 57...
  8. Re: About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    That isn't what the 2014 "rule" says. It states expressly that use of a 4x5 digital sensor comes within the forum requirements. As far as I can tell, no such sensor even existed in 2014. One does as...
  9. Re: About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    I'm not talking about 35mm negatives. Nor am I talking about what is normally understood as stitching.
  10. Re: About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    @xkaes,

    I think that the issue is pretty clear from the exchange with Oren above. The only place to discuss the cameras and image capture devices you mention is The Lounge, although there is one...
  11. Re: Center filter question - usage on different formats

    That document is a useful compilation of publicly available information. Beyond that, I have reservations about it. If you look at Fromm's posts, his actual hands-on experience with these centre...
  12. Re: Gallery owner arrested for forged and stolen Ansel Adams photographs

    The ASMP guide only covers U.S. copyright law and U.S. copyright process. It dos not accurately reflect the situation in civil law jurisdictions, which is the system of law in the whole of Europe...
  13. Re: Center filter question - usage on different formats

    Bob Salomon's posts on centre filters address Rodenstock, Schneider and Heliopan centre filters for large format lenses. You can read the posts yourself. There are quite a few of them. Note also the...
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    It would be interesting to know what Bob Salomon thinks about this question. I don't want to purport to speak for him, but he may say that centre filters are designed with specific lenses in mind and...
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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    I have the impression that my post #109 maybe wasn't as clear as I thought about my views on this subject :)

    In any event, doesn't matter what camera it was shot on. It's a 78KB jpeg from another...
  16. Re: Gallery owner arrested for forged and stolen Ansel Adams photographs

    Note that the ASMP guide is U.S. specific. It is not reliable, and in some cases is plain wrong, when it comes to other countries.
  17. Re: Joe Cornish, Andrew Latreille & Phase One Digital Backs

    I think that you should have just said that in the first place.

    I'm with Joe Cornish, and Alex Nail, who made the video. As far as I'm concerned, the idea that Joe Cornish is acceptable here as...
  18. Re: Center filter question - usage on different formats

    I have a Mamiya 7II, but not the 50mm lens. Could I ask why you want to use a centre filter with it?
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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    He's a pretty good accordion player too :)

    Not far from here:

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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    I have a seasonal home in Atlantic Canada on a salmon and sea-run trout river. By law, fishing requires a fly rod and a hook that doesn't have a barb, and with few exceptions a salmon has to be...
  21. Re: Joe Cornish, Andrew Latreille & Phase One Digital Backs

    There's something wrong with this picture. You are effectively saying that if Joe Cornish, one of the most important large format photographers in the world, joined this forum he couldn't talk about...
  22. Re: Joe Cornish, Andrew Latreille & Phase One Digital Backs

    This hasn't been updated for eight years, about to be nine? Really? The iPhone 5C was discontinued in 2015. We're now on iPhone 14.

    Who was making a 4"x5" sensor in 2014? A quick search suggests...
  23. Re: Joe Cornish, Andrew Latreille & Phase One Digital Backs

    Why The Lounge rather than Digital Hardware? You've moved five out of six posts to The Lounge that are directly related to using a Phase One back, or medium format digital camera, as the capture...
  24. Re: Gallery owner arrested for forged and stolen Ansel Adams photographs

    Rather the opposite. In my view, there was no room to argue that using The Godfather without purchasing the rights was legal. Consequently, I think that the film is irrelevant to this discussion....
  25. Re: Gallery owner arrested for forged and stolen Ansel Adams photographs

    I think that talking about commercial feature films has limited value in this context. The people who make them are businessmen who have serious money invested. The last thing they want are lawsuits...
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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    As always, your advice in this thread is impeccable, but I'm going to deviate a bit on this.

    You have to start somewhere and that's normally before one has a lot of view camera experience, if any...
  27. Re: Gallery owner arrested for forged and stolen Ansel Adams photographs

    @jnantz was talking about buildings, not art works, and your link is not inconsistent with what he says.

    In most countries, including the U.S., photographing a building is perfectly legal if the...
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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    He said that he'd pretty much settled on Linhof 69 posts ago :)
  29. About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    Note: A moderator cut this thread from 6 posts to 1 post because discussion about using a Phase One back or a medium format digital camera plus a view camera to make large format photographs is...
  30. Re: Intrepid 8x10 Mk III - Post your thoughts on design.

    Could you share the seller's name?
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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    Further to Alan Klein's posts starting with #72, and the responses...

    @Hiroh says in a 2020 post that he had just started using a film camera. Given that he has a Rolleiflex 2.8F (post #1) and...
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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    I realise that the sentence that I've emphasised in bold reflects a widely held view. I think that it is factually incorrect in the case of some monorail cameras. For example, Arca-Swiss monorails...
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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    I can relate to that :)

    I purchased an Arca-Swiss Discovery as my first large format camera. There's a B&H catalogue page about it, from about 20 years ago, below. The Discovery was sold at an...
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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    Hiroh,

    I'd like to add to my comment above about vendors. My impression from your post is that you give a lot of weight to how a camera feels in your hands and in use. I do myself, and I'd like to...
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    Re: Help me choose 4x5 camera to buy in 2022

    Bob Salomon suggested Camera West, but if its website is accurate it no longer carries Linhof although it has one used Linhof in stock.

    I can recommend Foto Care in New York City. It's an...
  36. Re: What Was the Process for Getting War Zone Photographs to Print Before Digital Cam

    Thanks. Interesting that film was still being used for a major news event in 2001.

    In the last two years, there's been an explosion of people on YouTube using iPhones to broadcast in real time...
  37. Re: What Was the Process for Getting War Zone Photographs to Print Before Digital Cam

    Thanks guys. The video (two posts up) is very well done. Wikipedia has an entry on the guy who made it, who among other things was an Olympic swimmer and water polo player: Jim Handy

    There's also...
  38. What Was the Process for Getting War Zone Photographs to Print Before Digital Cameras

    This question came up in a discussion about Ukraine's reluctance to give photojournalists access to the front. As I write this, The Guardian has just published an article by two of its journalists in...
  39. Re: Famous photograph of Winston Churchill missing from Ottawa Hotel

    OK, if the person who stole the print sells it to a dealer who's a "dishonest liar and cheat", who is presumably going to stiff the vendor as well as a buyer, the dealer may be able to sell it to...
  40. Re: Famous photograph of Winston Churchill missing from Ottawa Hotel

    I'm not planning to play amateur art theft sleuth. I suppose you could phone the RCMP unit that deals with art theft, and the Karsh estate, and ask how they can prove that the print, if it emerges,...
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