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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49501356046_0616b20ae9_z.jpg
    MJ Hogan Grain Elevator - Seneca, IL by Chris May, on Flickr

    This is one of the oldest grain elevators that I've come across,...
  2. Re: Protar VIIa Triple Convertible Pictures POST YOUR PROTAR VII PICS PLEASE

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    Crosses of San Francisco de Asis - Rancho de Taos, NM by Chris May, on Flickr

    Korona 8x10
    B&L 9 1/4" f6.3 Protar VIIa (two 16...
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    Re: Darlot Projection Lens Question

    Thank you for the replies!
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    Darlot Projection Lens Question

    Quick question. I came across a brass Darlot projection lens while at an antique store today. When I got it home and popped it on my camera to check the focal length, I could not get anything to...
  5. Re: Likely Very Naive Question, sheet film then scan to produce a digital print.

    The primary reason is practicality. I live in a small one bedroom apartment with my wife. There simply isnt enough room for me to set up any kind of darkroom that Id want to spend any length of...
  6. Thread: Trains

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    Re: Trains

    That is a nice shot of Ed indeed! Well done!
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    Re: Trains

    Where did you catch the Big Boy at, Kent? Nice detail.
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    Re: Lane "Speed" Plates

    I really like both shots, Kent but the second one is really nice!
  9. Thread: Trains

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    Re: Trains

    It's been a long time since I've been around here but I'm really hoping to start spending more time with LF again. I figured I'd start by looking through the threads for one of my favorite subjects...
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    Re: Kodak discontinue E6 films

    I thought Kodak had already released everything related to making and developing Kodachrome into public domain?
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    Re: Post your trains!

    Speeding Amtrak? Isn't that an oxymoron? :rolleyes:
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    Re: Post your trains!

    Kent,

    Are they using the caboose as a shove platform? Or is there some other purpose for it?
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    I believe it's headed to the the Old Thresher's...

    I believe it's headed to the the Old Thresher's Reunion site. They did a swap for a three truck shay that's going to be able to haul a lot more up the 4% grade.
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    Re: Post your trains!

    I really like this shot I got of the Georgetown Loop Railroad's No. 12 (which is from Hawaii and will be headed to Iowa next year)

    http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6036/6254954302_fff828e8da_z.jpg...
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    Re: October 2011 portraits

    I'm still trying to figure out the printing side of things, so I'm not completely thrilled with this shot, but I'm getting there.

    This is a shot of my girlfriend that we did when she was in town...
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    Re: Post your trains!

    Two of the most useful aids will be to learn place names along the line and learning where there are "hot box" detectors.

    Place names can be as simple as towns and cities, but they can also have...
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    Re: Post your trains!

    Marko - The texture on the second photo is fantastic!

    Jim - A scanner can be a railfan's best friend. Unfortunately, learning the "lingo" of railroad radio chatter can take awhile. For one or two...
  18. Thread: Kodak

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    Re: Kodak

    It probably has something to do with this.
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    Re: Considering a new print/film washer

    Before this thread sinks too low and gets forgotten about, I'm curious about this, as well.
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    Re: Post your trains!

    Kent,

    That's lovely. Nicely done!
  21. Re: Developers and times for Efke PL 25 M 4x5 sheet film in a jobo expeetrt drum

    I use BTZS tubes and do Rodinal 1:100 for 17.5 Min at 68F.
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    Re: Wild Mustangs east of the Sierra Nevada

    Number 4 is sublime. Lovely shot.
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    Re: Need help with pesky ghost!

    Internym. Clever and descriptive. I like it!

    By the bye, I learned about Sheldon Brown shortly before he passed. The internet is certainly a little less interesting without him.
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    Re: Need help with pesky ghost!

    Rick,

    Just for curiosity, do you participate in Pentax fora as "eastsaltwater?" Your unique signature line seems familiar to me.

    Thanks,

    Chris
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5185/5723764106_27083e2191_o.jpg
    Flickr Link

    Taken last Saturday at the Colorado Railroad Museum for "Shay Days."
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Nice shot! There's about a 50/50 chance I move to WNY sometime this year. After spending a little bit of time along the Erie Canal on previous trips, I've decided that I want to make a project of...
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    Re: Post your trains!

    I had the opportunity to meet David Plowden a couple of years ago at the Center for Railroad Photography and Art's yearly convention. Fascinating photographer and a true gentleman. I'm on a quest to...
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    Re: Post your trains!

    Hello all,

    Here are my first pictures out of my new C-1 Green Monster:

    Shay Cylinders
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    Goose No. 2...
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    Re: April 2011 portraits

    I want one just for the name! It looks to give a very pleasing image, too. Nicely done!
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Just west of Rochelle, IL?

    Lovely shots, all of them. I really enjoyed the theater shot!
  31. Re: Are You In Japan? Can You Do Me a Favour?

    Their coffee is OK, but I'm hopelessly addicted to Banana TimBits. It's probably a good a good thing the nearest TimHo's is 1000 miles away from Denver!
  32. Re: My replacements... comments or suggestions welcome

    Schneider has the old SA 90mm f8 listed at 216mm here. That looks to be the same number they use for the new f6.8 as well.
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    Re: Screw size on Calumet C-1

    I just picked up some of these to fashion some retainers for my new C-1. The screws are 0-80 (which took me a couple of hardware store visits to find). The third store I went to finally had them, but...
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    Re: Contact Printing - Where to Start?

    Richard - Thank you for the information and the correction on the quote. I added that as my sig line from memory and am actually pretty pleased that that was my only error! Platinum is one of the...
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    Re: Instant B&W Fuji

    It's in the business sub-forum.
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    Contact Printing - Where to Start?

    Hello all,

    I recently purchased a Green Monster that will be arriving this week. The goal is to make as beautiful contact prints as possible. I'm just wondering where to start. Is it worth it to...
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Buffalo Central Terminal?
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    Re: Post your trains!

    Keith,

    I look forward to seeing what you can do on LF.
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    Re: February 2011 Portraits

    I talked to some friends who are into Civil War Reenacting and know a good deal about Victorian era garb. Their guess is somewhere 1910-1919, possibly a little earlier. Their clues are in the attire....
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    Re: Dumb Film Temperature Question

    Thank you all for the advice. I did manage to convince myself to get up out of bed and brave the cold (although it wasn't quite as bad as forecast -- it only made it down to -17F (-27C)). The...
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