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    Re: 8x10 film holder case

    I too am a user of this one. When walking I take three film holders with me in it. At home I put the rest in it. It holds 10.
  2. Re: With a large format camera documentary Humanities

    This really looks the best of classical photography, the remaining last masterpieces. But they're recent, love this! It's great to see you making the effort to work with the slow and cumbersome old...
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    Re: instant film for 4x5?

    I used 54 Polaroid 100 ISO. (B&W). Didn't get the whole image, chemicals where not what and where they used to be. Expired 2006. But fun to use it all though.
  4. Thread: Trail cart

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    Re: Trail cart

    I use a Stealth Gear cart, in the largest Think Tank Trunk, meant for video, I can fit easily a Sinar P2 8x10" and three lenses and a few filmholders, and all the rest I need in the field. 205314
  5. Re: Are the higher shutter speeds on large format lenses always off?

    LF is not for horse races, I've never been in a situation that I needed a faster shutter speed than 1/60. In landscapes, even longer times. I am aware that fast shutter times could be unreliable, so...
  6. Re: Problem obtaining adequate depth of field with field camera

    Indeed front tilt, but putting you film holder vertical makes it more difficult to obtain Scheimplug's planes. You are going to need even more front tilt. It is mandatory if you want to retain the...
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    Re: Bognor Regis sunrise

    Great images!
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    Re: Post your signs

    Road that has been used for too long, renewed in 2017/2018. Now this road is perfect!201143
  9. Thread: Dark Cloth 4x5

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    Re: Dark Cloth 4x5

    For these I've never noticed dust or fabric comes off the cloth.
  10. Thread: Dark Cloth 4x5

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    Re: Dark Cloth 4x5

    If you want something beautiful, go for 'Wanderer', https://www.wandererphotogear.com/
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Sorry for that loss... and in your image even the tree on the right bows for him.
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    Re: E6/Positive LF film?

    Today Kodak Alaris announced release within 10 days for 120 and 4x5".
    4x5" shooters are not all shooting on 8x10", and vice versa.
    So looking at 4x5" sales could not be telling the whole truth...
  13. Re: Can anyone here help me understand how to use the Sekonic L-778 Dual Spot Meter?

    Go with the average the meter gives you, but as you know what that will do for your highlights or shadows, adjust accordingly. Or handle (part of it) it in the darkroom, when developing the film, I...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I do like the contrasting colors and the depth. Another excellent one Steven!
  15. Thread: 6x17 Images

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Giovanni, you really let this format shine !
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    Re: Gitzo matching legs and heads (R3)

    That would be a 3 series tripod from Gitzo. By the looks of it, this seems a video head.
  17. Re: "The big two" - Please tell me about your japanese lenses!

    I use Nikon, Fuji and Rodenstock for 8x10". Rodenstock and Schneider-Kreuznach for 4x5" as I happen to stumble upon those, not by choice or meaning.
    All lenses produce an image that I like and...
  18. Thread: 6x17 Images

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Again very beautiful gcap!
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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Wow gacp those are wonderful images, makes you look for a while.
  20. Re: Tips/Ideas For Hand Making Lens Caps For Vintage LF Lenses?

    Great link! I'd like to try that, just for fun.
    I use soft pouches and label the cord. Works fast and no parts that can go missing.
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    Re: 8x10 Polariod Portrait Prices ???

    With your type of photography, it's not going to happen to compete on price, your costs are too high.
    Better focus on just covering the cost and as a start, if you don't depend on this for your...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    The first one shows a lot of different things and a sense of height, I like that best.
  23. Thread: Hi all!

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    Re: Hi all!

    Welcome to new discoveries, latent, to be developed.
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    Re: soft focus landscape

    Stephane, great images!
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    Re: Preferred Format, and why?

    35mm, seldom used, for special things only, and 8x10" also seldom used, 10 - 20 images a year.

    I love 4x5", film price is bearable, the camera is small enough, Linhof Technika. With 90mm and...
  26. Re: Allowing Lens Availability to Dictate Format Choice

    It looks that the surplus is drying up. There used to be a multitude of lenses for reasonable prices.

    Indeed prices for film are going up, but I'm way more selective than I used to be, that...
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    Re: Hello from the Netherlands

    This portrait is beautiful! From a fellow Dutchman.
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    Re: Portra 160 4x5 nowhere to be found

    In the Netherlands there are several shops that have that film in stock. Never had a problem before.
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    Re: Petonas Towers Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

    I love this image. The buildings dwarf the trees, I like the parking lot, it places these buildings in an environment.
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    Re: Linhof Serial Numbers

    Thank for the swift answer, that means my Linhof is one year older than me!
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    Re: Linhof Serial Numbers

    I have a Linhof Technika with serial 34444. I think it's from 1956, is that correct?
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    Re: how old are we?

    Haha... the ULF is on the bucket list for me too.
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    Re: In 2019 where are we at with drum scanners?

    Thanks Pere, for your insight and making it explicit.
    I've chosen a realistic approach for me, I hate to work on Gigapixel TIFF image.
    No processing at all from me (time is money) after a drum...
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    Re: how old are we?

    64 now, but still thinking it's still a lot of fun to haul a 8x10" Sinar P2 studio camera through rough terrain.
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    Re: In 2019 where are we at with drum scanners?

    In Large Format, that's where we are here, it is obvious that a professional drum scan form a 8x10" film is very much better than what the flatbeds can...
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Erik,
    This image is so different as what we see all day. It looks like a painting, and a superb one. Thanks for sharing, this is eye candy!
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    Re: Epson K3 ink shortage

    I have no trouble ordering ink from Epson directly, or a website "123inkt" in Holland.
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    Re: The comeback of film?

    This is a real misconception, digital shooting is not free. Consumer camera's don't have the shutters for pray and spray. Pro camera's do better, but shutters just last for so long, 2 years at most....
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    Re: I don't like slide film for scanning

    Now, that's no easy image for a slide film! I can see why auto color could go horribly wrong. With this, what is the right color? Or more, what is the color you find pleasing? Where I bring my images...
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    Re: I don't like slide film for scanning

    I would certainly consider a drum scan, which isn't cheap for 8x10", but the quality of the output is stunning, especially in the shadows. The flatbed can never pull that out.
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