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    Re: Budget wide angle lens for 8x10

    159mm WA Raptar. Your camera might limit what lenses are easy to use.
  2. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Thanks, Tuco. I always enjoy your photos!

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/l9jkpdzfhzkpxu0/Lily_Cotton_1200.jpg?raw=1
    Cotton and Lily
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    Re: Dark Cloth 4x5

    Dark cloths and windy conditions are not a good combination. In those cases a fold out hood or monocular viewer might be better, depending a bit on the lens. They generally work will with normal...
  4. Re: Your Best Photograph from the Previous Month - Critique and Discussion Encouraged

    Steve, your colors are looking much better!
  5. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Busted! Sorry, I'll try to behave.
  6. Re: Need info on "Alphax Synchro" shutter

    Does a Betax No. 4 use the same ring?
  7. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    That's some very fine work, Gentlemen.

    We had some snow yesterday.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/3z57vyat28mwjvf/LS_Snow_1_1200.jpg?raw=1
    Lakeside Snow 1
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    Re: Nudes tiny format

    Nude descending...

    Wow, Randy. That's quite something! Very cool!
  9. Re: Software rather than center filter for correcting illumination falloff?

    Alan, you won't need a center filter with that lens.
  10. Re: Software rather than center filter for correcting illumination falloff?

    These are post capture, though. If your film's range doesn't capture good tonal definition throughout the picture, then post work won't replace the filter. With bw (and enough exposure), you should...
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    Re: Screen Cezanne Users Unite

    The clear glass would be very good for wet scanning, especially if it's glass and not acrylic.

    Changing topics, I retired an old computer. It had a 128 GB Samsung SSD. I bought an external case...
  12. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/5314i1rqvd61ij7/FC_36_1200.jpg?raw=1
    Foggy Christmas 36

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/6si76nzu5vq26ws/FC_37_1200.jpg?raw=1
    Foggy Christmas 37
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Interesting work, Randy!
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    Re: Sinar Binocular Magnifier

    Naw.
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    Re: January 2020 Portraits

    +1!
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    Re: Sinar Binocular Magnifier

    Ok. What you show, a bino board, attaches to a Sinar or Horseman bag bellows. You then need the light drop hood, I hope I'm remembering that correctly. With the bag bellows, it's no problem...
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    Re: Sinar Binocular Magnifier

    If you watch the focus come-in and go-out, you can get very accurate focus with one of these.
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    https://www.dropbox.com/s/phlo5f42346wxgf/FC_35_1200.jpg?raw=1
    Foggy Christmas 35

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/nslx9ijim7p70au/FC_38_1200.jpg?raw=1
    Foggy Christmas 38
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    Re: Viewing Lights in the Darkroom?

    I process the prints under red LED safelight. Once a print comes out of the fix, it goes up on a glass plate set at an angle in the sink. I then have a pull chain to turn on a regular 15 watt bulb....
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    Re: Post y'ur Pinkham & Smith Pics!

    Terrific work, Jim!
  21. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Hey Tuco, Thanks. Yes, these were all shot on Christmas. I shot 8 rolls walking around the park in the late afternoon.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/wbit4hvm80ko9g7/FC_22_1200.jpg?raw=1
    Foggy...
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    Re: January 2020 Portraits

    Love it, Chuck!
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    Re: January 2020 Portraits

    Excellent work, Emil.
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    https://www.dropbox.com/s/ph9e76aqgjmfrp0/FC_23_1200.jpg?raw=1
    Foggy Christmas 23
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Bryan, that first one is evocative.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Good one, Randy!
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    Re: FUJI FUJINON L 420mm F8 Question.

    At 1:1 a 420mm lens will need 840mm of extension, and the area photographed will equal the film size, i.e. it would be an 8x10 area of a subject on an 8x10 camera. A normal head and shoulder's...
  28. Re: 8x10 Tripod that Won't Break the Bank, But May Break my Back

    How about this? https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1383161-REG/robus_rc_8880_c_8880_tripod.html

    or:...
  29. Re: BenQ Monitors: Adobe RGB '98; 10 Bit; 14 Bit LUT

    Good! You know, right, that all this will get you is a chance of less banding in the image on the monitor. It only has to do with how the file is displayed on your monitor.
  30. Re: Archival Rating of The New Gen 5 Ilford RC Multigrade Deluxe Papers?

    https://www.aardenburg-imaging.com/
  31. Re: Archival Rating of The New Gen 5 Ilford RC Multigrade Deluxe Papers?

    Aardenburg is a great resource, but I don't know if they've checked that paper.
  32. Re: BenQ Monitors: Adobe RGB '98; 10 Bit; 14 Bit LUT

    Maybe Macs are different. I had to also set this in the video driver. Maybe this will help: https://petapixel.com/2015/10/30/os-x-el-capitan-quietly-unlocked-10-bit-color-in-imacs-and-mac-pros/
  33. Re: BenQ Monitors: Adobe RGB '98; 10 Bit; 14 Bit LUT

    Yes.
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    Re: Starting 4x5 - Which film?

    I wouldn't worry about it, unless there are extremes. In his newsletter, Fred Picker talked about comparing negatives developed normally and those given plus development for the same scene The...
  35. Re: BenQ Monitors: Adobe RGB '98; 10 Bit; 14 Bit LUT

    To get 10 bit per channel color you need the software to be capable of it, i.e. Photoshop has a setting, your video card has to be capable of it, and it has to be turned on in the video driver, as...
  36. Re: On which consumer flatbed scanners can you do wet-mount scanning of 8x10?

    What I"m saying is that negatives can be trouble even with a lot of practice. I've been wet-mounting on flatbed scanners since the mid 1990's. Sheet film tends to be fine, but non-flat roll-film is...
  37. Re: Likely Very Naive Question, sheet film then scan to produce a digital print.

    Just consider Sandy King's carbon transfer prints from digital negatives... Or consider Lenswork's prints from scans of prints...These are simply other ways of making beautiful prints. Maybe you...
  38. Re: On which consumer flatbed scanners can you do wet-mount scanning of 8x10?

    One thing to know: If your film is at all curly, it can be very difficult to mount it properly, i.e. without bubbles, on a flatbed. On a drum scanner, the mylar cover sheet is taped to the drum, and...
  39. Re: BenQ Monitors: Adobe RGB '98; 10 Bit; 14 Bit LUT

    Make sure to turn on 10-bit in the video card's settings.
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    Re: FUJI FUJINON L 420mm F8 Question.

    You're confusing bellows extension with usable lenses. Your camera has a maximum bellows extension of 450mm. That means a lens of 450mm will only be able to focus on infinity. It won't focus...
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