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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Thanks, Jon!

    Here's a couple more shot with the GFX, this one with the Canon TS-E 24mm:

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51719805612_02e53232af_o.jpg

    And this one with a Fuji zoom in 6x17...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Taking me a while to get used to the GFX, but it's all coming together... very slowly.
    Here's a shot in 7:6 format, or 6:7. Or 1:1.166. Or 1.166:1.
    Vatever.
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    Re: Aspect ratio of 10x8 and 5x4?

    That's my point, it wasn't a dismissal, it was a simple and straightforward answer to a simple question.
    The OP took personal offense to, or felt slighted by, Bryan's answer. Maybe he was hoping for...
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    Re: Aspect ratio of 10x8 and 5x4?

    In the spirit of this warped and twisted thread: Why pick on that situation?
    Look how badly this thread derailed by itself, in the absence of religion or personal/communal history.

    Bryan's...
  5. Re: The Problem with Modern Lenses.. transfered to those new to view camera image mak

    I like what's being offered these days in the digital world.
    There are far too many pixel-peepers around, as always, so the pointless hunt for perfection continues. Beyond that there are some truly...
  6. Re: Film Developing Rant and CineStill DF96 Monobath - Am I Lazy?

    Good question, and the impetus for this thread.
    I'm waiting for some to arrive. Shoulda been today, but delays, delays, delays.
    I might try it with 8x10 first!
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    Re: Cameras with geared swing movement

    Some Wista models have micro-swing on the rear, but they are limited in their use as architectural cameras.
    I'm afraid Bob's right: more gears is more weight.
  8. Thread: Oh my . . .

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    Re: Oh my . . .

    Easy to find that, Bernice.
  9. Re: Film Developing Rant and CineStill DF96 Monobath - Am I Lazy?

    Beg to disagree here, I don't "spray and pray" with digital or film.
    The last project was a long one and fully deserving of the multiple rolls of film I gave it.
    Yes, there were plenty of duds, but...
  10. Re: Film Developing Rant and CineStill DF96 Monobath - Am I Lazy?

    Steve, I am working...just not with film!
    I have a Jobo that takes 6 120 reels, and I can add some 35mm rolls when needed.
    Small dedicated space for developing, washing and drying. Same for...
  11. Re: Film Developing Rant and CineStill DF96 Monobath - Am I Lazy?

    To be honest, I felt like griping.
    I've been spoiled with digital these last few months, not just in the processing (I much prefer PS/LR to wet work), but also in how easy it is to bring all the...
  12. Re: Film Developing Rant and CineStill DF96 Monobath - Am I Lazy?

    To be fair, Paul, I've always loathed film processing.
    But it's a necessary evil on my road to worldwide fame.
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    This could become a group rant!
  14. Re: Film Developing Rant and CineStill DF96 Monobath - Am I Lazy?

    Reading up on it recently, it seems like it does work with sheet film, so I'm willing to give it a try.
    And admittedly, the 40 rolls I shot was a bit of an anomaly, but I don't hold back when I want...
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    Hey Mark!
    I couldn't bring myself to send out my film when I'm perfectly capable of doing it myself. I'll save that for my dotage.
    Maybe I'm simply lacking the motivation to shoot more film, but I...
  16. Re: Film Developing Rant and CineStill DF96 Monobath - Am I Lazy?

    Randy, I'm always trying out cameras and lenses. I've settled, for now, on Sony A7r for infrared and A7R2 for work.
    And I'll be trying out the Fuji GFX soon for studio portraits. Exciting stuff!...
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    Thanks, Ironage.
    Oh, I already shoot plenty of digital: full frame and medium format with infrared thrown into the mix.
    I like the results and the process, even though its often predictable in ways...
  18. Film Developing Rant and CineStill DF96 Monobath - Am I Lazy?

    Hey!

    I haven't shot any film since August, mostly because I'm loathe to process, scan and retouch.
    Developing film has been a 30-year chore for me, and despite my efforts to make it less tedious...
  19. Thread: Digital IR

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    Re: Digital IR

    I would very much disagree, Alan.
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    Re: Digital IR

    Thanks, Peter. Wish I'd stayed longer, lots of possibilities.
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    Re: Digital IR

    Iglesia sin nombre.
    Sony A7r, 830nm, Tamron 17-28 f/2.8.

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51667513042_b07249d764_o.jpg
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    Re: Digital IR

    Thanks, Randy. It's a quiet spot in an already quiet small town that has an oddly calming effect on oneself.
    In the centre of the circle there's a plaque in the ground marking the 45th meridian,...
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    Re: Digital IR

    Stanstead Stone Circle, Stanstead, Quebec.
    Sony A7r, 830nm, Tamron 17mm

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51665247434_7d3123c494_o.jpg
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    Re: Does a new luxury 8x10 camera make sense in 2021?

    I don't own the Phillips, I have a Wehman, which is a different design, but the two designers must be some kind of kindred spirits.
    Anything the camera needs, I can make. Nothing complicated here,...
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    Re: Digital IR

    Tamron 35mm, Sony A7r 720nm

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51633961599_58c689f78a_o.jpg
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    Re: Digital IR

    Wow, Jon. This is amazing. Well done!
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    Re: Digital IR

    Thanks, Alan.
    I'm waiting for more Aerochromes from you!
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    Re: Digital IR

    Thanks, Tuco. This was also our one day of clear weather.
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    Re: Digital IR

    Thanks, guys.

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51624620674_3f67e01be6_o.jpg
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    Re: Digital IR

    Wish I'd taken that, Tuco. Very good.

    Today's contribution, B&W infrared is so much easier, almost no computer time required.
    830nm, Sony A7r, Tamron 17-28.
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    Re: Digital IR

    Thanks, Peter.
    I'm using LR Classic 9.4, which others have found to be quite buggy. I suspect it's a video card problem, but there are so many bad things going on, it's hard to narrow it down....
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    Re: Digital IR

    Wonderful work, everyone. Good to see a lively digital IR forum!
    I've been having lots of trouble with my LR and PS software, so I haven't produced much of anything IR.
    My presets will randomly...
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    Re: Discussion on Tripod Heads for 8x10

    I like having some kind of ball head, 3-way, 2-way, or even a half-ball, on top of my tripod.
    The desire to of make 8x10 shooting more difficult and annoying is in itself difficult and annoying to...
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    Re: Wide Lenses for 4x5 & 8x10: 90mm to 165mm

    I have the 150XL and can vouch for its excellence. Noticeable light falloff at the corners, but I don't care.
    Some friends who shoot transparencies for reproduction, and are thus more...
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    Re: Wide Lenses for 4x5 & 8x10: 90mm to 165mm

    Thanks, Rory. Very kind of you to say.
    Early on, I used a wide/normal for portraits, and I now stick with normal lenses for portraits.
    I had a few 360mm lenses for 8x10 and honestly, I couldn't...
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    Re: Wide Lenses for 4x5 & 8x10: 90mm to 165mm

    It's very much a matter of one's preference. On FF digital, I like 24mm lenses. When I had a Contax G, the 21mm was my go-to.
    My 210 is a Rodenstock Ysarex. Sharp and contrasty enough, and allows...
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    Re: Wide Lenses for 4x5 & 8x10: 90mm to 165mm

    Hi Rory,
    I saw that, and as I have both the 210 and a 250, I thought it somewhat relevant to mention.
    You mentioned urban landscape and environmental portraiture, so my mind went naturally to a...
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    Re: Wide Lenses for 4x5 & 8x10: 90mm to 165mm

    A good 210 for 8x10 is indispensable, but expensive.
    A decent option is the older Fuji W-210.
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    Re: Toyo 810M Resource/Fan Page

    Hi Peter,
    I bought mine from MAC Group in NY. They are distributors for the Toyo brand in North America.
    You can also look for a possible European distributor.
    The part was about $30 plus...
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    Re: Fuji 90mm f8 SW or Nikon 90mm f8 SW

    I've owned both and prefer the Nikon.
    My Fuji was was older and single-coated, while the Nikon was a more recent multi-coated version.
    Contrast and sharpness were close, but the Nikon clearly had...
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