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    Re: Economical Continuous Lighting

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    This may be my approach along with this...or perhaps 2 units, which would give off 1500 watts. One can easily manipulate that.
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    Re: Certificate Expired

    Thanks Tom....glad that's fixed. Not long ago my Firefox flared up it's nostrils....and I was wondering whaaaa ?

    Les
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    Re: post your trees!

    Really like how you filled the frame with the tree. Ha, and you didn't even needed F2 :>).
    Nice work.

    Les
  4. Re: Advice Needed - Should I ship my LF lenses to get them CLA'ed before selling them

    There are still few places that service these lenses. I've had mine done near LA couple of years ago (I think it was 10 lenses) and I'm glad I did. That vendor may not be active, but it would help...
  5. Re: Framing a darkroom against concrete wall

    I'm with Robert above, since that is what I had to do to keep the space downstairs dry and without fears of potential leaks. Had to do this all around the house. Sure, it is a production, but one...
  6. Re: Framing a darkroom against concrete wall

    I'd echo what Merg and Roger mentioned. In my case, I had to install a new wall (2x4's) in the front of concrete blocks + framing new rooms. I've installed 1" insulation between the new framing and...
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    Re: Anyone use a hat?

    You bring the shade in....and check it on the GG. Rushing what ?.....this is a slow cooking endeavor; therefore, no need for 12FPS action shots. Well, we could have (all of us) somewhat different...
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    Re: Anyone use a hat?

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    Don't have a hat....this shade does pretty well....installed in a hot shoe. One can also jig up a clamp with 1/4" thread and it's possible to attach to that, as well. Sometimes I'll drag...
  9. Re: Can anyone recommend a sturdy tall carbon fiber tripod and ball head/pan-tilt hea

    Good ball heads will cost quite a bit (take a pic from about 1/2 dozen vendors)....my personal choice was Arca Swiss. You are reaching for a wicked stratosphere (over 70") and the only two...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Yeah, this is to my liking. Nice one, Peter.
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    Re: Cordless telephone for darkroom

    If you have a landline, you could set up a wall-mounted phone that ordinarily has no light....I have a similar Ma-Bell type from 70's (?), but mine is hooked up to this little Sprint box that works...
  12. Re: Which State is the Best State for Landscape Photographers to Live?

    Dann, one can find great visuals in NJ. I wouldn't start with Scranton, tho. Many of the Atlantic beaches are fabulous off season and the combo of light, the dunes, flora, etc. can rival many other...
  13. Re: Seeking Machinist in Seattle-area for lens mounting

    There is a machinist in W. Seattle that I've used and he was excellent each time. Have to get back to you in the middle of next week as to proper name and address.

    Les
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    Re: Wild Camping

    I guess my experience was mild by some accounts. Lost a reclining chair recently while camping on Olympic Peninsula, even tho it was tie down to the table by a wire. I'm pretty sure I saw the one...
  15. Re: Camping suggestions on the west coast or western states?

    Drew, I only know camping. If you had a chance to read what I wrote (the camp outside of Brist.....).
    There was nothing implied about "casual camping"? The campground is few miles away from the B....
  16. Re: Camping suggestions on the west coast or western states?

    Let me add to this frey. Been camping the last couple of months and some places were open, while other spots were
    promised to be open....most were on 24/7 reservations made several moths prior. ...
  17. Re: Which State is the Best State for Landscape Photographers to Live?

    The short answer is it's all about taste. Pretty much like cameras....looking for ideal. Some people don't mind dealing with tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, extreme heat/cold, massive humidity...
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    Re: Lightbox for film scanning

    Looks to me that a larger Kaiser is available (at the bottom of the page), but it costs more.

    Les
  19. Re: Greetings from Marin Country California

    Welcome to LF forum. Marin offers some v. cool vistas....do recall I was looking down (in 35mm film) and there were some nice vapor type clouds kind of patched over the trees. Anyway, there is lots...
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    Re: Hello From Wisconsin

    Welcome to LF forum. From a PNW dude, that's incognito on the E. Coast.

    Les
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    Re: Hello from South Korea

    Yobo Sayo,

    Your photo reminds me of something from Busan, when I arrived from Jeju. But.... Welcome to LF forum. Lots of memories from S. Korea.

    Les
  22. Thread: Spot meter

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    Re: Spot meter

    I'd probably add to the variable by using digital (gowd forbid camera :>) to make the visual determination.....adjusting exposure on both sides of the spectrum. Shooting a candle is one thing, but...
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    Re: Another digital versus analog showdown

    Bob and Don J thanks for being fun. I'm in the process of moving and THIS was what the doctor ordered. Many thanks.

    Les
  24. Thread: My mistake

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    Re: My mistake

    Yes, mistakes tend to channel one into alt opportunities. I learned to enjoy them (if there is such) and grow from it.

    Les
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    Re: My Digitizing Tools article

    Thanks for that, Darlene...and Peter. Nice set up. Mine is not going to be this elaborate, but I can make it work....stitching 4 shots using DSLR.Having good light with plenty of CRI's....it should...
  26. Re: Photo travel by vehicle, what's your favorite?

    I was camping in No BC and someone had the Transit...we talked about it. Nice vehicle. My preference, at least at this point, itwould be Pacifica and it gives something around 28MPG. But, after...
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Wow, curling or not this is a wonderful image....really gorgeous, Darlene. You've got a great eye for this. It's the light/tonality, aside from framing, that really makes this sing.

    Les
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    Re: Greetings from Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

    Welcome to LF forum. That's a bit strange (different) concoction this 18x24 = 7x10"....maybe I'm just not familiar with it.

    Les
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    Re: post your trees!

    That looks v. good, Steven. It's been long time since I've been to the crater.
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    Re: Kodak supermatic shutter?

    Also have the 152mm in Supermatic and it works great. As Doremus indicated, getting CLA done on it changes things....perhaps not the fastest speeds much, but.... I had Carol do all my shutters (at...
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    Re: A Very Dusty Horsehead

    Excellent work, CJ. Send these guys to astro forum.....puhleese. :>)

    Les
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    Re: Medium-Format Digital Images

    Looks like you had a good time in McCarthy, Rick. Do you have any shots of the glacier ? From what I saw, being far away, I did see some people hiking on the glacier.....and they kinda look like...
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    Re: 508mm f/7 ILEX lenses

    Allow me to add to this frey, what would be the bellows length for this 508mm ? I did see "Acutar" on the fleebay and it's rather spendy.

    Les
  34. Re: Simple Q for LF newby: Lens shade (trad 35mm type) vs. Compendium Lens Hood

    Dinkum makes a shade that should fit most cameras that have a hot shoe. I've looked up Calumet and Cambo compendium and they usually go for $45-65....and they should be fairly well adaptable. ...
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    Re: DIY Sinar Norma Handy 4x5 Photos

    Acufine ? I've done some when I had to cover gymnastics for the HS yearbook. That was Nikon F and Tri-X and I believe I shot at at ASA 1200 or 1600....way back in 1970-72 (few days ago). No...
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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Did you tilt this, Paul ? Or am I imagining things ? V. nice image. Wonder what a 12" F6.3 Ektar would render in similar situation ?

    Les
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Excellent. It looks like (almost) like a PS creation....really unusual.

    Les
  38. Re: Drum Scan vs DSLR vs Epson Scan (From Nick Carver's Youtube Channel)

    I think Peter is correct (#8)....Nick lacks diligence. If the camera results were inadequate, one can do various things to overcome that. If Canon color was "off" (?) then why not try Pentax or...
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    Re: Hello from Vancouver, BC

    Welcome to LF forum, Andrew. You have another Andrew near you, living in Coq.

    Les
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    Re: Servicing an old lens... worth it?

    Pardon, I didn't have her email handy. Glad you found it.
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