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  1. Re: What are these streaks on my neg - never seen before.

    You might try simple tray development using a 5x7Ē tray (for 4x5Ē film). Pre-soak 2 minutes in water then develop emulsion side up, rotating through the stack, once every minute.
    Iíve used this...
  2. Re: Getting Back To PMK - Want To Try Pre-Mixed But Is It Good?

    Iíve used the pre-mixed since 1990 with no negative issues. I buy it from Bostick and Sullivan these days.


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    How to learn a type of film?

    I have been using Ilford FP4 plus since 1990, developed in PMK Pyro. Itís a fantastic combination and one thatís very consistent. I will make it very simple: The old expression ďexpose for the...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Here is my work: www.higherresolutionphotography.com
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    That comment is so flip it's hard to even take it seriously. Just to give one simple example of just how different large format is to 35mm film: 4x5" film is 20x larger than 35mm which allows it to...
  6. De Vere 1010XLH enlarger with 4800 watt De Vere Dichromat 5 lamp house

    I have been making large format bw photographs since 1987, and have had three darkrooms. I worked in 4x5" for over 30 years, then in 2012 I began my journey into wet collodion and ULF, which then led...
  7. Re: Making glass plate negative holder ideas.

    What enlarger are you using for these glass plate negatives? The simplest way to do this in my opinion (and I work with my own glass wet collodion negatives) is to remove your negative carrier and...
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    Re: Voigtlander & Sohn No. 9, ca. 1875

    I'm not sure why you would make an assumption that this lens would be an optical piece of junk from the 19th century? And to say that many readers here would agree is also arrogant, if not completely...
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    Re: Voigtlander & Sohn No. 9, ca. 1875

    Hi Jody,
    I'm curious why you would say that this lens is just about useless for photography?
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