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  1. Re: Durst 138S - asking for detailed instructions

    Good work!
  2. Re: My negatives are backwards....Shanghai 8x10 Film.

    Might be worth a sheet of film to test this. I can purposely load one backwards and expose the same scene with the same exposure to both films. My impression from this episode is the film base is...
  3. Re: My negatives are backwards....Shanghai 8x10 Film.

    The main point of interest I was attempting to point out is the 3005 EXPERT DRUM processed the emulsion perfectly. Just a little mark on the rebate that is all. This, I think, opens the possibility...
  4. My negatives are backwards....Shanghai 8x10 Film.

    I was loading my recently dried 8x10 negatives into the negative preservers and I was having a little fit. Half of them were backwards. WTF?
    Turns out I got a batch of Shanghai 8x10 that had the...
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    Re: Sinar Norma 8x10 Telephoto Field 1

    My long extension setup on 4x5. I don't have anything similar for 8x10.
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    Re: Your favorite Enlarger Timer

    All my enlargers have dedicated timers, built-in to the power supplies.
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  7. Thread: Darkroom Tip

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    Re: Darkroom Tip

    The tie needs to be a little loose around the neck for comfort...
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    Re: Why is aperture backwards??

    Don't feel bad, ISO is backwards, a higher number when less exposure is needed; wire gauge is backwards, a larger number is smaller wire, Shore value is backwards, a larger number is less compliant;...
  9. Re: Link to Fred Picker's Zone VI Workshop video

    I suspect many experienced LF users here have their own way of doing things, but I'd imagine those starting out or wanting to improve, would benefit from just about everything shown in that video....
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    Re: Stitching Panos in the Darkroom

    I don't sew these together, though I have seen where a sewing machine was used (bottom image; not mine).
    In my case, I glued the components together.

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    Re: Fuji 300mm W w/Inside Lettering?

    The 'outside lettering' 300mm has plenty of coverage for my field camera, so I never bothered to check if the 'inside lettering' lens had a larger field. My impression from reading the Fuji and DO...
  12. Re: B/W film & B/W chems - What's in your darkroom?

    HP5
    Dektol
    Ammonia Thiosulfate
    Acetic Acid
    T-max Developer
    Wash Aid
    Photo Flo
    A&B "Kodalith" type developer
    A&B Reducer
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    Re: Summary Of Recent Work On Stand Development

    At least show the prints, that is all that matters.
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    Re: Summary Of Recent Work On Stand Development

    I don't see any data to back up that statement. How did you test this? Where are the results?
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    Re: Summary Of Recent Work On Stand Development

    I can't tell what you tested. What were the results?
  16. Re: A questionnaire pertaining to analog zine dreams

    I'm not sure what a 'zine' is but if making prints, you could just put the prints in a box and not bind together.
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    I do, by the way, have a Revini meter. I use it on my Horseman.

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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Marks is the father of 'correct as you type' spell check reasoning. Without him weed bee un-a ball to commune a cake on the internet...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Philosopher’s Photography Contest

    After hours of dispute over who shows first, Archimedes presents the first photograph.

    Leibinez, Kant, Hegel, Schopenhauer, Epictetus, Aristotle and Socrates...
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    Re: Strange accessories.

    Just before reading this thread I was looking at this old picture of some "photography equipment" mentioned in an ad that I went to see a few years ago...

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  21. Re: Wet Print Evaluation Issues - Age Related? Help!

    I still have quartz halogen lamps above my inspection tray and bleaching area.
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    Re: Shadowing affect on Agfa/Ansco 5x7

    I have a similar issue but I thought it was from bellows reflection.
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    Re: Shut away in an attic...

    If I found something valuable, the last thing I'd do is post about it on the internet.
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    Re: Lina Bessonova

    Maybe I was not so clear, I am agreeing with you; I am also very envious of her work, darkroom and cool videos. I only wish I was that talented when I finished graduate school. I have been following...
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    Re: Lina Bessonova

    Yes, perhaps. When I graduated from my MFA, for which I had a Teaching Associatship providing full tuition and $1200 a month, I had saved up almost $1500 by the time I graduated.
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    Re: Lina Bessonova

    No negative comment, but maybe her artwork can't support a darkroom like that and a significant other can help support. My wife supported me for many years while I was making less than minimum wage. ...
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    Re: Lina Bessonova

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    Like very 'close contact.'
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    Re: Lina Bessonova

    She might be close friends of someone in the photo industry in Europe.
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    Re: Droopy rear standard on Ebony camera?

    My 4x5 cameras have adjustable detents on the front tilt. Irrespective of any lack of perpendicularity of the rear standard to the bed, the front detents are set to be parallel the rear standard....
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    Re: Multiple Print Washers?

    I have a 20x24 archival washer, but for smaller prints I use Hypo clearing agent and Kodak tray siphon for 5 minutes while continuously flipping through the prints. Works pretty well, seeing as it...
  31. Thread: future of B&W

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    Re: future of B&W

    Freestyle has over 300 listings for B&W paper, so no need to make paper at this time.
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    Re: Massive Negative Reduction with Enlarger

    Enlarging paper does not have enough resolution to require anything other than one's standard enlarging lens. The magnification ratio for a reduction is nothing different than any other enlargement...
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    Re: Massive Negative Reduction with Enlarger

    If you want to make a 4x5 print from 5x7 negative, one way to get the measurements is to print a 4x5 negative to 5x7. Your lens focal length, enlarger head position, and baseboard will stay the same....
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    Re: Massive Negative Reduction with Enlarger

    There is no magnification on a digital image (all posted images are digital).

    When making the prints, heed the minimum subject to film distance to focus, which is 4 x the focal length. Don't setup...
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    Re: Flat Field Focus on LF Lenses?

    You realize that you will also need a ruler to perfectly position your eye from the print for it to be that exact.

    I focus at infinity because the prints look better to me that way. Otherwise you...
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    Re: Is There a Plan for Future

    I thought it was the Mods and the Rockers. Not heard of the Patrons.
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  37. Re: Best way to ensure appropriate DoF in interior shots?

    Exactly that!

    I focus the near point and glance a the knob marker and note the "time."
    Then I focus at the far point and check the knob and note the "time."
    It is pretty easy to determine how...
  38. Re: Best way to ensure appropriate DoF in interior shots?

    My 8x10 camera focuses with a knob. I have an indicator on the knob so I know, for example, "12 Hours" (half turn) = F32, etc.
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    Re: durst power supply EST 1000N

    Forums change with time, so I thought maybe it might work this time. For example APUG did not allow direct image upload, but after becoming PhotoTrio, you can upload images.

    I did get an email...
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    Re: durst power supply EST 1000N

    This is why:

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    Also:

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    See the thread in post #30 above. I guess I could have started a similar thread on this forum.
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