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    Re: a heads up for Intrepid shooters

    Suggestion, skip ala remove the tape used to attach the bellows to bellows frame, re-do with contact cement.

    Using double stick tape is an Econo-ease production method..

    Double stick tape...
  2. Re: Assessing film speed and development time without a darkroom.

    Another.... Sally _?_

    Bernice
  3. Re: Assessing film speed and development time without a darkroom.

    Two accounts of Moon Rise:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Pe9gsbSqLI

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8ZaD0W3yms

    Ansel was rushed to make this single image on B&W negative film.. while not...
  4. Re: Assessing film speed and development time without a darkroom.

    Appears Ansel Adams is well known among folks on LFF..

    Here is Ansel Adams "bracketing" exposure on 8x10 B&W film.. to meet his print image goals.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQT_rzI1Xdw

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  5. Re: Assessing film speed and development time without a darkroom.

    Consider...

    folks like Drew that makes contrast mask for contrast control and MUCH more during the optical printing process would have LOTs of experience in exposure AND controlling contrast of...
  6. Re: Assessing film speed and development time without a darkroom.

    Please do share your published color transparency images over exposed and under exposed by ~ONE~ f-stop .. Curious as to what these look like in print.

    Fact and reality of color transparency...
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    Re: Soft focus lens suggestions requested

    Some Jmagons have six strainers..

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    Bernice
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    Sinar info# 31, Contrast Control..con't.
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    Bracketing exposures on film remains an extension of not fully understanding the limitations_abilities of ALL the photographic materials and process involved with print making and the image maker's...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

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    Bernice
  12. Re: Assessing film speed and development time without a darkroom.

    Stuff to consider...

    Seems the majority of film users today digitize the film (roll or sheet) image then apply image fix up in software then produce the print via digitized printer..

    Software...
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    Re: Epson 4990 vs Nikon D850?

    Epson 4990 works.. The idea/practice of using a digital camera (any) to convert a film image to a digital file appears backwards in many ways. From set up precision/accuracy demands to lighting to...
  14. Re: Wide angle lens on folded-up Master Technika

    Buyer/user beware, the Schneider 80mm f5.6 Super Simmer XL has a history of problems....
  15. Re: Wide angle lens on folded-up Master Technika

    Ala Speed Graphic, Crown Graphic and... yes indeediee..
    First up was the flash bulb gun with a bag full of flash bulbs, then came the Graflex 200 watt/second "portable" electronic strobe unit.
    Page...
  16. Re: Wide angle lens on folded-up Master Technika

    Lens is the lesser issues here, hand held image making is.

    Consider the shutter speed used for a lens taking aperture of f16_f22 (exception being Rodenstock35mm, 45mm, 55mm APO grandgon which is...
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    Re: 400mm f:8 Tele Congo

    Previous discussed on LFF..
    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?147596-Congo-400mm-f8-sharpness-on-a-budget

    Currently own/use the 500mm f9.5 Tele Congo on 6x9, excellent...
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

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    TK23s, 58mm, 127mm, fp4, hc-110.....



    Bernice
  19. Re: TF-4 User For Years...Want To Try TF-5

    Used PMK back when (circa later 1990's) it was introduced by Gordon H, which prompted trying other Pyro developers like W2D2...

    As mentioned by Steve S, they are not a lot more than another...
  20. Re: TF-4 User For Years...Want To Try TF-5

    From previous LFF discussion about pyro developers, note post# 23 by Steve Simmons regarding W2D2 and PMK....
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    Re: Cambo SC v SCX

    If you're handy with tinkering on precision mechanical items, monorail view camera like this should not be too complex. They are designed/made in the tradition of precision mechanical bits. Clean the...
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    Re: Cambo SC v SCX

    Toyo G, another modular view camera system.

    http://www.toyoview.com/Products/Accessories/45C&Gac.html



    Bernice
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    Re: Cambo SC v SCX

    Fixed rail monorail camera are difficult to deal with if they need to be transported to a foto location or used in a setting that is not stable. In the bigger picture, the view camera is of much...
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    Re: Treatment of Ektachrome E100 ?

    Option number two, cut down 8x10 film to 5x7 as needed. Not as difficult as it might appear.


    Bernice
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    Re: Treatment of Ektachrome E100 ?

    Contact Keith Canham, very likely they have some 5x7 E100 in stock:
    https://www.canhamcameras.com

    Only way to know if E100 meets your image making needs is to get some then do testing.

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    Re: 5x7 holder depth to septum

    Odds of precise/accurate/consistent registration from film holder seating area to GG should be very good if complete Sinar modules are used for this DIY camera. This means using the Sinar 5x7 rear...
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    Re: How Many LF Formats Do You Use/Own?

    For the last three decades it's been vast majority 5x7 or 13x18cm..
    4x5 stopped in the late 1990's. Most recent is 6x9 via 120 roll film on the TK23s.


    Bernice
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    Re: 5x7 holder depth to septum

    Previously discussed here:
    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?150994-Standard-distances-for-film-holders

    The idea-belief "stopping down" the lens lots is a focus...
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    Re: Treatment of Ektachrome E100 ?

    Color transparency films do not appear to be used in ways they once were. This is how color transparency films were tested back in them days.....
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    Re: First exposure with Frankenstein 200

    GOOD _!_

    Continue making more view camera images..

    Regarding monobath B&W developers. the concept has been around before the 1900's.. It is valued for ease of chemical processing, not image...
  31. Re: Do you consider the ground glass a lens' accessory? Problem and recommendation.

    Skimping on ground glass image viewing aids is not a good idea at all. The only view between view camera lens to sheet film in the film holder is the ground glass image. How the ground glass image is...
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    Re: Fresnel, GG and focussing questions

    The Omega 45E/F user manual:
    https://www.butkus.org/chinon/omega/omega_view_45e_45f/omega_44e_45f.htm

    Omega 45E/F ground glass / fresnel install from 2012:...
  33. Re: Do you consider the ground glass a lens' accessory? Problem and recommendation.

    The Horseman version.. This one has been used for decades..
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    Tried MANY GG loupe/magnifiers, this 7x simply works as it should..


    Bernice
  34. Re: Linhof Technika V - Ground Glass is Dim.

    Tools for working on precision/precise instruments are serious considerations. Lesser tools will damage the instrument being worked on.

    Metric (DIN/ISO/JIS) spec slotted screws do not have the...
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    Re: Advice about nickel plating please

    Specific 316 stainless steel has good corrosion resistance.
    https://www.reliance-foundry.com/blog/304-vs-316-stainless-steel

    Avoid 400 series stainless steel if corrosion resistance is a...
  36. Re: How to finish, wash and dry fibre paper prints for exhibition and sale

    Curious to learn how curly fiber-based B&W prints are set up for display in Europe if they are not dry mounted to 4 ply cotton mat board.

    Bernice
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    Re: Advice about nickel plating please

    Bright chrome was primary a decorative finish. Chrome plating is pours and why it has a tendency to develop rust or similar corrosion under the chrome plating. Metals (steel) is often copper plated...
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    Sheet film processing continued.

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    Sheet film processing.

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    Notes on processing:

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