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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Old Mill
    Chamonix 11x14
    Nikon 450mm f/9
    Ilford HP5
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50371977071_70bf6dc742_z.jpg
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    Re: 8x10 film holder case

    These look nice.
    https://www.stonephotogear.com/filmstorage
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    Re: Repairing Zone VI Enlarger

    I have the same problem with mine. The plastic track just wears out at the popular heights. For me, I changed the height of the base board to compensate. Not a great fix, but works for now.
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    Re: Ideal Wet Plate Glasss

    I buy my glass from a local glass co. 3/32 is the thinnest stuff they have. Their cuts are pretty clean but I sand down the edges with sandpaper.
    I have successfully made plates on plexiglass as...
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    Re: Special Lense for wet plate ?

    You do not need old lenses. Modern ones work fine. f/5.6 or faster is preferable. Since exposure times are really slow, you can save money by buying a barrel lens and use the lens cap as the...
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    Re: Beseler 11x14 color unidrum

    Are you talking about the "Color by Beseler" drums? If so, I have used the 8x10 and 11x14 drums. Does your 11x14 drum have the divider rod? If so you can process 2 8x10s at once. I tried 4 4x5s...
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    Re: Large format Astrophotography

    Those of you who are doing this... how are you focusing the LF cameras? Are you marking infinity during the day?
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    Re: Longest Wet Plate Exposure Times

    Blinking is so fast over the course of a long exposure that it won’t show up on the plate. I have shot still life and macros to about 6 min exposures. The plate gets harder to develop successfully...
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    Re: Wet Plate - A Beginner's Experience

    I'm thinking of shooting some this weekend. I'll take a few photos of my set up then.
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    Re: Wet Plate - A Beginner's Experience

    Ari,
    I use a $20 children's 4'x5' tent in the back of my truck. The shroud is made of a light proof fabric from Freestyle.
    I can make up to 11x14 plates with it. What is nice is the bottom is...
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    Re: Wet Plate - A Beginner's Experience

    I am sorry I have read all the pages here. Why can't you see the plates?
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    Re: Wet Plate - A Beginner's Experience

    You would also probably get less development errors if you developed for longer than 15 sec.
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    Re: Wet Plate - A Beginner's Experience

    No problem. You will know all the developer is off the plate when it stops looking slimy. That green is especially awful on portraits. Not a healthy color for skin tones.
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    Re: Wet Plate - A Beginner's Experience

    Those are development errors. You have to pour the developer on in a slow wave or it will start to dig channels into your plate and cause uneven development. The green at the bottom of the 2nd plate...
  15. Re: Small white streaks on plates, what's the cause?

    After pouring the collodion back into the bottle, I dab the pour off corner onto a paper towel. As soon as it stops leaving marks, it is ready for the silver bath.
  16. Re: Small white streaks on plates, what's the cause?

    Comets are caused by collodion in the silver bath. Filter your bath more frequently and they should go away. You are more likely to get comets If you put the plate in the silver too early. The...
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    Re: Hand Held 5x7 from Kodak 33a

    I can use 1/60 with my converted Polaroid 900 (Razzle 900) on 4x5 with a 150mm.
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    Re: 210mm or 240mm for Portraits?

    I use an older 240mm Rodenstock Sironar regularly on my Chamonix 4x5 for portraits.
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    Re: 2 Flanges on 1 board

    Is it wrong of me to consider mounting that flange to the back of a Chamonix board to do the exact same thing? I have an 18" Beseler opaque projector lens mounted to a Chamonix board that doesn't...
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    2 Flanges on 1 board

    This is new for me. Just picked up an 18" Verito that is mounted to a board with 2 flanges. The inner one belongs to the Verito.
    Is this common?
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    Re: Advice Chamonix vs. Gibellini on 8x10

    Love my Chamonix cameras. (045N-2, 8x10, 11x14) Can't say enough good things about them and the company (especially Hugo).
    No experience with Gibellini.
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    Re: Fastest 11x14 barrel lens

    I use a Beseler Series III 18 in. opaque projector lens for wet plate. It is around f/3.6. It covers at least 20x20. They are not expensive.
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  23. Re: Many paper developers back-ordered or special order with long delivery lead

    I got Dektol from Midwestern Photo Exchange in OH. Their website claims it is still in stock:
    https://mpex.com/kodak-dektol-paper-dev-1gal.html
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    Re: Pricing Aluminum Plates and Sheets

    I don't think that is it. The glue from the plastic coating was leaving a residue that created patterns that were more obvious when plates were over developed. It was an easy fix to just wipe the...
  25. Re: Wet Plate Collodion questions answered here.

    Using the B&S kit to start is a smart move. There are so many variables in wet plate. Knowing the chemistry is mixed properly allows you to just focus on technique.
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    Sticky: Re: New Forum--populate it!

    Paul's description is quite good. I would add that opalotypes also fall under the "wet plate" umbrella. Opalotypes are positive images in front of a white background (usually shot on white glass...
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    Re: Scanning Finished Tintype

    I scan with lid closed before varnishing. Occasionally, I get light wrapping around the edges of a plate if it isnít completely flat with the lid open. I agree with Mark. It is best to scan before...
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    Re: Still Life 2020

    Teapot
    4x5 Ilford Harmon Direct Positive paper
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49909062321_31423b1b9e.jpg
  29. Re: Wet Plate Collodion questions answered here.

    I avoid applying albumen by making the edges of the glass rough with sandpaper. The emulsion just needs something to hang onto so it doesn't slide off the edge.
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    Re: Wet plate collodion users

    This thread already exists: https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?101014-Collodion-Wet-Plate-Images
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    Re: WET PLATE SILVER BOX IDEAL ID dim

    Never heard of a dipper causing swirling problems. I use Lund tanks (8x10, 12x14, 16x20). The real reason to want the stainless steel hangers is there is less mess when removing large plates (8x10...
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    Re: ULF - 11x14 - Focal Length Lineup

    For 11x14, I use a Nikon 450mm f/9 and 14in Commercial Ektar the most. I just added a Nikkor APO 610 f/9. If you are shooting close, a lot of 8x10 lenses will cover 11x14. I like to shoot 11x14...
  33. Re: Are the higher shutter speeds on large format lenses always off?

    True, but I don't really want ambient light messing with my exposure if I am using strobes. I light my background if I don't want it dark.
  34. Re: Are the higher shutter speeds on large format lenses always off?

    I use the fastest shutter speeds quite often in studio portraiture using strobes since leaf shutters sync at all speeds. If the shutter doesn't quite make it to 1/125, it doesn't matter because the...
  35. Re: 8x10 film dev - what do you use as a process?

    BTZS for black and white and Color by Beseler print drum and motor base for color.
  36. Thread: Dektol

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    Re: Dektol

    I have heard there was a recall of some kind. Out of stock all over the US. Freestyle Photo thinks they are getting more in June.
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    Re: March Portraits

    Chamonix 045N-2
    Lens from dead Kodak #3 118 film folder @ f/11
    HP5 400
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    Re: MF (6x4.5 to 6x12) COLOR image sharing

    Rolleiflex 2.8FX
    Kodak Ektar 100
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Got a Noblex Pro 6/150 F for Christmas. Quirky camera, but fun to use. Shot on T-max 400:
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49408919188_30f423f803_c.jpg
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    Re: Lens help needed (8x10 wet plate)

    Are you shooting indoors with strobe/continuous light or outside? You can get away with slower lenses outside but if you are indoors the faster the better. Expect to need 4800 WS of light or more...
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