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    Re: Chamonix cameras in action in Tibet

    They used black plastic bottles. Strong sunlight in the morning would rapidly increase the temperature of the chemicals. They used black plastic sheets to cover the white tent (their darkroom) to...
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    Re: Chamonix cameras in action in Tibet

    Since some of his wet plate works are about religious life in Tibet, Hass's has been banned in China to display his photographic images to public for the last few years.
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    Re: New Ultra-Light Chamonix 810 Camera

    Hass has just made a video of instruction for 810 Alpinist X camera.

    https://youtu.be/BVPNrn-v9ek
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    Re: Chamonix cameras in action in Tibet

    Shishapangma is 26,335 feet high and ranks No. 14 among the highest peaks in the world. This wet plate shooting event was for the ice towers on the west of Shishapangma.

    The photographic team...
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    Sticky: Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Thank you!
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    Sticky: Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    r.e.

    This is my very first Youbube posting. I guess I will post more later about Chamonix view cameras and/or my personal photography using view cameras. I don't have a plan yet.

    Thanks.
    Hugo
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    Sticky: Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Hass and his team spent 25 days in Tibet three years ago at 21,500 feet documenting disappering glaciers. They had to filter melted ice for wet plates and used plastic sheets to build a waste water...
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    Chamonix cameras in action in Tibet

    This short video documents a photo journey in Tibet about three years ago with wet plates. 25 days at 21,500 feet. The peak is about 23,500 feet.

    https://youtu.be/s3xDkASvqlQ
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    Re: Discussion on Tripod Heads for 8x10

    Currently I use a FLM tripod with a Ries head and a 100mm bowl. Handles my 11x14 camera with ease.
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    Print film as negative film?

    A few years ago I bought some Efke 16x20 Print film and I thought they were regular in camera use negative films.

    Is there anyway that I can use them as negative films? I exposed a few sheets...
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    Sticky: Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Just watched this one today.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vG1M2XxJyIA
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    I was talking about my real life experience using a 16x20 camera with a 750mm lens with a Sinar auto shutter. The tripod is Ries A with its 250A head. With wide angle and normal lenses with little or...
  13. Re: Problem: Long Rail, Long Bellows... Is There a Solution to Use One Tripod

    Yes you can try to use one tripod AND a light weight CF monopod to support the front.
  14. Re: Why some lenses have a "haze" on GG and some look clear?

    You use lens serial numbers to check its production year. Usually lenses made after WWII are coated. Some uncoated lenses produce more flare/haze due to their design. My uncoated Zeiss-Dagor have no...
  15. Re: Why some lenses have a "haze" on GG and some look clear?

    I have a theory: that white haze on your ground glass is probably flare caused by uncoated lenses. I tested two lenses the other day, same lens but one is uncoated and the other coated, and found the...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Beautiful image and I am trying to figure out what role polarizer filter plays here.
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    Re: Can someone please give me an overview

    Scott,

    57Wd was designed for wet plate use. It can be used as a film camera as well. It can be used with a 5x8 back as well as an 8x8 focus frame with an 8x8 wet plate holder for 8x8 wet/dry...
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    Law enforcement are "investigating possible lightning strikes in the area" at the time of the deaths, the Times reported.
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    Re: Can someone please give me an overview

    Scott,

    Let me try to answer some of your questions.

    Yes you can use Chamonix wet plate holders for both dry and wet plates as long as their thickness is not over 3mm.

    Inserts are used...
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    Re: DIY 4x5 Point and Shoot

    Have you thought about using a monopad?
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    Re: Cooke Portrait Lens Serial Numbers

    I have just checked my Cooke IIA 10 1/2 inch f/3.5 lens. It has the same PATENT No. 155640 engraved on its barrel, but has its No. 106447 engraved on the ring of the lens shade in the front with...
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    Re: Cooke Portrait Lens Serial Numbers

    Here it is:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/143928368647
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    Re: Cooke Portrait Lens Serial Numbers

    A question for those of you in the know: I have just got a 12 1/2" Cooke iia lens with words "PATENT No. 155640" engraved on its barrel. I have never seen the word PATENT on my other Cooke lenses....
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    Re: Dagor (formula) lens question

    Or a Protar V f/18 lens of 8 1/4 inch which has an image circle of 18 1/2 inch.
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    Re: Dagor (formula) lens question

    Greg,

    Dagor 9 1/2 inch f/6.8 lens is an 810 lens with an image circle of 14 inches. It does not cover 11x14 at infinity. I know this because I tried it a few years ago. Zeiss Goerz-Dagor 21cm f/9...
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    Re: Doors and Doorways

    Nice!
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    Re: B&W nature/landscape photography books

    40 examples by ansel adams
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Bryan,

    Really nice light and composition!
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    Re: Chamonix Camera Rental Services

    Yes we can do that, but you have to wait for about three months as our next batch of 11x14 cameras comes out in October. PM or email me in a few weeks if interested.
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    Re: Chamonix Camera Rental Services

    Film holders is a good idea, especially those unusual sizes. Not sure about tripod due the high costs of shipping.
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    Re: Chamonix Camera Rental Services

    Since our rental period is open ended, someone emailed me with question if he could own the camera after his total monthly rental payments equal the purchase price. Yes and consider it as an...
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    Re: Chamonix Camera Rental Services

    Not this time as shipping cost will be too much.
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    Chamonix Camera Rental Services

    Dear members,

    Over the years, people often ask me if they can try our cameras first before their purchase. They usually have our bigger cameras in their minds when they asked me this because the...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Lassethomas,

    It is a VERY GOOD one! What a mood it creates.
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    Re: Kodak D-76 8x10 in Expert drum

    I use Jobo 3005 with D76 at 1:1 all the time. 800ml for four sheets of 8x10 is not a problem at all.
  36. Re: Schneider Corp. of America (Kern) Gold Dot Dagor 14" f/8 (355/8)

    That lens is good one for 8x10. You will have soft corners for 11x14 if you shoot at infinity. I found this out on a trip with my 11x14 camera a few years ago. Incredibly sharp where it covers. I use...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Paul,

    This one is so good! I have some efke 50 IR film that I need to try.
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    Re: View camera as extinction light meter

    That explaines and I will try it with a light meter to compare. Thanks.
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    Re: View camera as extinction light meter

    What I don't get is

    Super-XX at f/16 like this: f/8 32 seconds, f/16 8 seconds, f/22 2 seconds, and f/64 1/2 second.

    I thought smaller aperture need more time.
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    Re: View camera as extinction light meter

    I am still trying to make sense of this:

    Then there is a chart for Super-XX at f/16 like this: f/8 32 seconds, f/16 8 seconds, f/22 2 seconds, and f/64 1/2 second.
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