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  1. Re: Any use for empty Epson 3880 cartridges?

    Staples will recycle them, and if you buy ink from them they'll give you $2.00 each.
    https://www.staples.com/sbd/cre/products/131110/31729/
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    Re: Collodion - Wet Plate Images

    After doing some searching, apparently the name of the bridge is (according to wikipedia, and BridgeHunter.com, and others) The Big Tujunga Narrows Bridge, originally named the Armstrong Bridge....
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    Re: Aspect ratio of 10x8 and 5x4?

    It makes sense that for unexposed film we can say it either way, since there is nothing to describe at that point. Perhaps, they established a standard because that's what bureaucracies do. And it...
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    Re: Aspect ratio of 10x8 and 5x4?

    I have an artist friend who told me that the vertical should be stated first, followed by the horizontal (in U.S.) That got me wondering whether there is an actual "standard" used by museums and...
  5. Re: Your Best Photograph from the Previous Month - Critique and Discussion Encouraged

    Steven
    This is a really nice photo! The lack of contrast doesn't do anything to draw the eye into the center, where there is the most interest so I thought I'd try my hand rendering it. I cropped a...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Tuco,
    Really enjoying the night time ferry pics ... and the recently posted lighthouse in the Architectural thread!
  7. Re: Tape on Roll causing catastrophic print head issues

    Bob
    I've been printing from rolls since the 1st Epson 10000 printer came out (2003?), but I print on sheets that I cut from 44" wide rolls. I don't print with the roll on the printer unless the...
  8. Re: Outage Notification Saturday, March 9, 10AM PST (18:00 GMT)

    Works for me! Thanks!!
  9. Re: Highest quality JPEG conversion for web?

    Since you pay for web hosting I'd be surprised if they do any downsizing to what you upload. You are buying space on their servers so you can upload any size images you want to. In fact they'd...
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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Your prayers may have been answered. Too late for your grandma (and my mother-in-law), but maybe not for those unaffected so far by Alzheimer's. This looks promising. ......
  11. Re: "Wiping" (aka Stupid Tray Processing question)

    I don't disagree with the comments above. But to answer your question about the downward motion, I think they're saying to hold the film at about 45 degrees to the tray and lower it down into the...
  12. Re: Critiques and Discussion-- what are they?

    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?98676-Images-FOR-CRITIQUE&highlight=critique
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    Re: SSL/HTTPS enabled

    Thank you Tom
    My Firefox browser (v63.0.3) didn't redirect, but gave me a "404 Not Found" notice when I clicked on my bookmark. I didn't clear my cache beforehand or afterward, but I did remember...
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    Re: Post your images of Liquor

    This is me and my neighbor about 30 years ago after bottling our homebrew.


    http://www.ipaforme.com/Homebrew_circa1990.jpg
    Homebrew ca. 1990
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    That's a great image! And I'm glad to see that you posted two different images, here, and in the Hiking forum. Both are great! Here is how to post an image that you have on Flickr ...

    If you go to...
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    Re: Canon Ink Supply

    I buy ink from Provantage.com.
  17. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Peter
    Fantastic pictures! Trees, portraits, ships ... all of them. I especially like the portrait in the grape vines. And I appreciate that you spot your images before posting.

    Peter
  18. Re: tons of Sinar spare parts ? repair gears knobs screws

    A list of parts for the Sinar P, and exploding diagrams ...
    http://www.ipaforme.com/SinarP.pdf
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    Re: Using Photoshop

    I think the OP already works in layers. He just wants to save the layers in a place where he will have a record of which layers are used, their adjustments, and in what order they're applied. If...
  20. Re: posting photo from Flickr

    If you go to your Flickr page where the image is, click on the icon to "Share photo". The page that opens next gives you some options for sharing, and you want to click on BBCode. Within the BBCode...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    :) Love those Hermit Pass photos you've posted!

    Peter
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Hi David
    To display your images that are hosted on Flickr you have to follow these steps ...
    Open your image that you want to display on LFPF. Click on the "share" arrow at the lower right of the...
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    Re: Collodion - Wet Plate Images

    It's post 1716 in this thread, and several posts of it in subsequent replies.
  24. Thread: Calder

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    Re: Calder

    Very sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace.
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    If you remove the two asterisks (*) your photo will show up in the thread.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Thanks Bob, you're too kind. I don't have any doubt that you could make the image really sing with an alternative technique.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Taking your comment as a challenge, maybe I can treat you to one of those rarities. Here's a shot of a tree that even I don't like, and I shot the picture. The wind was howling and I was trying to...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    It looks seamless. Nice job!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    That's pretty good! Did you a content aware tool, or do it manually? I've noticed some weird artifacts on the couple of occasions I've tried content aware scaling. I haven't used content aware fill.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Seen at the Pike's Place Market in Seattle ...


    http://www.ipaforme.com/HolyShitPeaches.jpg
    Sony a6500
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Bustling Albany? There was not much happening there when I drove through downtown.
    What I like about your eclipse shot was that you made a photo that actually captured some context. Most shots I've...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Nice one Dennis.
    The light is beautiful and serene.
    And thanks for your comment on my fake eclipse shot.
    After taking in the eclipse in Albany Oregon, my wife and I took a drive around Mt....
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Tuco, your shot is beautiful! The cross and eclipse reminds me of my own pic, but with way more intensity and impact than mine. I hope you don't mind the comparison. I just got back from watching...
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    Re: New to Digital Printing

    You can make a larger print if you lower the image file resolution, not the printer resolution. You should keep the printer printing at a high resolution. If you want to make larger prints I would...
  35. Re: removing the effects of a yellow filter from a color negative scan

    As has been suggested, you might be able to fix this with a better scan. I made some curve adjustments (to the yellow file) and posted them along with the image. There seems to be a light leak at the...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Gary
    you don't need to do all of the html formatting because the forum software takes care of that. Just paste your link like this ... https://c1.staticflickr.com/1/500/32929881646_3f438cd9c7_c.jpg...
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    Re: Safe Haven for Small Formats

    If that's the problem, you can always click on your name at the top/right of the screen and a page with your information will open. On that page is a link for your latest posts and latest started...
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    Re: January 2017 - Portraits Thread

    I did too. Cheers! To both of you.
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    Re: Status Update

    Michael
    That must've been horribly painful. Hope your recovery is complete and quick.
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    Re: Dropbox Public folder going Private

    I received an email from Dropbox regarding the changes and it appears that the changes will take effect on March 15 2017. Here is the pertinent part of the email ...
    " ... we’ll soon be ending...
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