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  1. Thread: Nude

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    Re: Nude

    Very nice! I like the framing and composition.
  2. Thread: Nude

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    Re: Nude

    Previous, Kiev 88 on Arista EDU 100, pushed about 1/2 stop.

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    Eye contact...
    Busch Pressman Tri-x 400 4x5 (handheld).
    Any comments appreciated. And of course these are "staged",...
  3. Thread: Nude

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    Re: Nude

    198741
    No eye contact on this one...
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    Re: Irving Penn's 8x10?

    Cusco is so close to the equator it probably doesn't matter...

    181719

    The high altitude, low latitude light there is pretty spectacular, though!
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    Re: quandry about pricing

    How did it go?
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    Re: Epson flatbed film holder dimensions???

    Thanks! The other thing is, the Microtek MF only hold either (best) one strip or (worse) frames that have been cut singly. A shame, for such a good, glassfree scanner.
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    Epson flatbed film holder dimensions???

    AS there are Epson film holders available, but none for Microtek (i900 to be specific), I want to see if it is worthwhile to see if/how they fit... Can any of you colleagues measure the outside...
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    Re: Negatives printed by someone else?

    I can't believe that no one has used the quote "The negative is the score, the print is the performance".

    For print/publication, we always printed each other's stuff, that's one of the styles: a...
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    Re: B&W films in fridge - how long?

    http://static.photo.net/attachments/bboard/00W/00W7OI-233025684.jpg
    Kodak Royal Pan, manufactured 1954 and shot/developed in 2010. This box had storage ranging from indifferent to unknown for 50...
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    Re: What to do with Lenses With Fungus

    Fungi propagate by spores, but only when they are producing spores. That's when they are fuzzy. The flat mycelia of the vegetative stage usually seen on the surface of glass has no fruiting bodies,...
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    Re: Red filter compensation

    Interesting discussion...
    I had read, years ago, that there should be a one-stop difference with a 25a, and I used that ever since. Most of the time metering through the filter (on cameras with TTL)...
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    Re: Fuji velvia 50 handling

    The biggest problem with condensation is how much easier it is to scratch, mark or fingerprint the film while damp, or for the emulsion to stick to something else... With that in mind, used your film...
  13. Thread: Lights

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    Re: Lights

    I concur with the books above. What is usually though of as Hurrell's "look" was based on him using the motion picture lighting that was on sight--BIG FREAKING fresnels (15" and up) and smaller...
  14. Re: most comfortable backpack for 4x5 + 3 lens + tripod

    Always fun to read about "northern" hiking...
    Ansel said there are no interesting pictures more than 50ft from the car (later in life, I'm sure, after the burros were gone). I think I've done most...
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    Re: exposed film carrier

    Film is relatively safe from x-rays themselves, especially asa 100 or less. Even x-ray film is not much exposed by the x-ray radiation. What's more of a problem is the secondaries, the radiation...
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    Re: Poll: Do you use distilled water?

    Tap water on three continents... including rinse and surfactant stages. This is using B&W (lith and half tone), E-4 and -6, C41 and ranging from San Antonio also, Houston, New Mexico, wells in...
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    Re: Temp measurement and accuracy

    At 10,000ft ASL pure water boils at 194 (90C). Hot enough to burn my finger... just not as quick. Most food will cook, cakes will even bake.

    The terms "accuracy, precision and reliability" are...
  18. Re: A Huge lot of enlarger lenses if anyone wants one

    I'd be interested in an enlarger lens in the 240-plus range, at a good price.
    Thanks for looking!
  19. Thread: Linhof Query

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    Re: Linhof Query

    Its not a pretzel, but is is a sound field camera and far better than many "entry level" contenders. Compared to a Speed/Crown or Busch it has far more movements, remains compact and portable, and a...
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    Re: Ilfochrome discontinued?

    I remember hearing, also, that one of the Disney divisions was still committed to use of Ilfochrome and the largest remaining corporate customer.

    The paper (unprocessed) is remarkably stable, if...
  21. Re: Report: The traditional gallery model is in decline

    It has indeed been a hard couple of years...
    I just picked up up my work from a gallery in Santa Fe, though he has sold enough other work (paintings and sculpture) to do "OK" but has sold only one...
  22. Re: Odd grain pattern on efke 100 film, little white dots

    That interesting--I printed some Arista EDU (4x5) this week that showed some similar "texturing" in about half the batch--which was all developed together...
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