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  1. Re: Permanence of images printed on metal or glass ?

    ...and a fraction of the ratings that current and recent pigment-based inkjet inksets achieve. Dye sub is consistently substantially less stable than pigment inkjet in these endurance tests.
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    Chris Killip has passed away

    https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2020/oct/14/chris-killip-hard-hitting-photographer-of-britains-working-class-dies-aged-74
  3. Re: Is there such as thing as a modern, fast, compact 360 for 8x10?

    Thanks, Karl - my bad for overlooking this. That's the rebranded Congo, right? For the OP, the specification for that lens is image circle 415 mm, so plenty of room for 8x10 with movement, filter...
  4. Re: Is there such as thing as a modern, fast, compact 360 for 8x10?

    Nope.
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    Re: Post your churches (medium format)

    Before this gets out of hand: we're not going to impose heavy-handed moderation here. The purpose of the subforum is simply to provide an opportunity to share and enjoy the work that so many of us...
  6. Poll: Re: Gauging interest in scanning service based on DT Cultural Heritage Phase One syst

    The DT system is indeed built around a medium format digital camera.
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    Re: Review of new Ansel Adams book!

    Good point. Looking just now at the timing - completed 2008 - she must have been writing, or at least researching, her dissertation concurrently with her work on the Lane Collection show.
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    Re: Review of new Ansel Adams book!

    I hope you'll get the chance. I liked them a lot - much more than his later, more theatrical enlargements.
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    Re: Review of new Ansel Adams book!

    Darin, that's a really informative write up, with respect to both Adams and the book - thanks for sharing.

    There's a set of the Parmelian Prints in the "Ansel Adams in Our Time" show that's...
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    Re: 210mm F5.6 Lens For 8x10

    Image circles specified for the Rodenstock 210s:

    (Apo-)Sironar-N: 301 mm
    Apo-Sironar-S: 316 mm
    Apo-Sironar(-W): 352 mm
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    Re: 210mm F5.6 Lens For 8x10

    Rodenstock Apo-Sironar/Apo-Sironar-W
    Schneider Super-Symmar HM
    Schneider Super-Symmar XL

    The Apo-Sironar(-W) and the SS-HM have specified image circles of around 350mm at f/22 and infinity...
  12. Re: Anyone tried Epson P906 (P900) printer for digital negatives?

    'Tis true... :)

    More on point, I'm aware of one third-party ink vendor who certifies and supports some of his products for "digital negative" use - Jon Cone. On a quick peek at his website for...
  13. Re: Anyone tried Epson P906 (P900) printer for digital negatives?

    Please don't hijack the thread and bury the OP's question with non-responsive, irrelevant stuff. The issue on the table is whether the inkset used by the new generation of the Epson printers will do...
  14. Re: Advice for Handheld 4x5 and Flash Please..

    I have a 45 CL-3, which fits batteries in the handle. The big challenge in using it with one of my Graphics is that the bracket relies on the tripod socket for mounting and is very prone to...
  15. Re: Anyone tried Epson P906 (P900) printer for digital negatives?

    Given the experience with prior printers in the series, it's a reasonable expectation. However, it does use a new inkset, so we can't be sure until someone has a chance to try it.
  16. Re: Anyone tried Epson P906 printer for digital negatives?

    The P900, as it is branded in the US, hasn't shipped here yet, so it may be a while before anyone has experience to report.
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    Re: Going Wide on 5x7

    Each of the Big Four offered a lens that was designed for precisely this use-case:

    115mm Rodenstock Grandagon(-N)
    120mm Schneider Super-Angulon (or the older 121mm SA)
    120mm Nikkor-SW
    125mm...
  18. Thread: Old HP5 Film

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    Re: Old HP5 Film

    I've shot a lot of HP5 Plus sheet film that's several years old and has been stored at moderate room temperature. My experience has been that it picks up B+F density but remains readily printable...
  19. Re: Ansel Adams in Our Time

    Notes from the original showing in Boston:

    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?148884-quot-Ansel-Adams-in-Our-Time
  20. Re: Nagaoka cameras are still made in Japan. The story of a wooden LF craftsman.

    長岡さんご永眠とのお知らせに驚いております. ご家族の皆様のお悲しみ,拝察申し上げます.

    I am very sorry to hear this news - condolences to his family.
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    Re: Chamonix Whole Plate Camera!

    I've been using whole plate since 1998, prefer the size and the aspect ratio to 8x10. Started with an Eastman No. 2, over the years since have added a few more WP cameras including an early version...
  22. Re: Epson V850 Scanner: can you save unprocessed scans?

    I don't understand what you mean by "characterizing the film". Other than possibly changing the exposure time to compensate for film density, what kind of manipulation of the data collection do you...
  23. Re: Epson V850 Scanner: can you save unprocessed scans?

    VueScan can be set to save "raw" scans, which are pretty close to being unprocessed.

    https://www.hamrick.com/vuescan/html/vuesc33.htm#outputrawfile
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    Re: Source needed for KCN, potassium cyanide

    There are times when derailing a serious topic with frivolous tangential comments is really unhelpful.

    Closing the thread at the OP's request.
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    Re: Source needed for KCl, potassium chloride

    OK, everything reconciled, thread title - with KCN and cyanide - should now be correct. Thanks to all for the behind-the-scenes correspondence.
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    Re: Selenium Toner for Archivability

    What koraks and Mark Sampson said - complete protection requires toning to completion. which does things to image character that most of us will find unpleasant. But partial toning does provide...
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    Re: Where to find a [scarce view camera]?

    Karl, if you want to flame someone, flame the moderator - I deleted the specifics, not the OP. Please read post #2 carefully.

    A periodic refresh of general discussions about where to look for LF...
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    Re: Where to find a [scarce view camera]?

    Sorry, I should have also mentioned CatLABS (www.catlabs.info) - Omer is a member here and his shop has been regularly stocking LF cameras.
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    Re: Where to find a [scarce view camera]?

    Discussion boards besides here:
    Photrio
    Rangefinder Forum
    GetDPI

    eBay - search both in the US and on foreign eBay sites
    Yahoo Japan (https://buyee.jp/item/search/category/2084041680)
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    Re: Where to find a [scarce view camera]?

    There are no magic places to find scarce LF items. All that one can do is closely monitor relevant sales venues - eBay and other auction sites that list photographic equipment here and abroad,...
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    Re: Rittreck View, Whole Plate & Holders

    It's perfectly fine! Thank you for going to the trouble to find a relevant thread to add your comments - you're making life easier for everyone else who is seeking to understand the Rittreck WP...
  32. Re: 150mm f8 SW Nikkor is retrofocus

    Nikon's FFD spec for the 150 SW is 165.9 mm. For the 120 it's 130.7 mm.
  33. Re: Thom Bennett, online exhibition Thursday, September 10th 6PM

    David, thanks for posting this announcement.

    Just watched it - I was happy to find that I was able to view the live stream despite not being registered in Facebook. Anyway, it was a pleasure...
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    Re: Chamonix 57N + Technika Lens Board

    Chamonix says the minimum bellows draw is 70mm.

    https://www.chamonixviewcamera.com/cameras/57n
  35. Re: An invitation to a personal project I want to open up to everyone

    "Announcements" seems reasonable enough.

    Fun idea - good luck!
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    Re: Digital file to B&W negative

    In the hands of someone who knows what he's doing, an inkjet internegative can be used to make a convincing alt process print. Silver... not so much IMO. Others may feel differently.

    Another...
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    Re: Digital file to B&W negative

    What do you mean by "conventional negative"? Do you mean for printing in silver rather than alt processes, or something else?
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    Re: Copal BT?

    Threads merged.
  39. Re: Nagaoka cameras are still made in Japan. The story of a wooden LF craftsman.

    The thing that stands out for me in that Gin-Ichi brochure is the reference to a 6.5 x 8.5 model. Quite a few years back now I made an inquiry through a Japanese friend but didn't get very far -...
  40. Re: Nagaoka cameras are still made in Japan. The story of a wooden LF craftsman.

    Thank you for those details!

    Street view, for those who are curious what a factory that makes wooden view cameras looks like from the outside: :)
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