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  1. Re: Has anyone tried or have opinions on the Poilot PL810 sheet film reel and P2550 t

    (Tim, I wrote this at post#23 and couldn't seem to delete it. Mr. Moderator, could you please delete that duplicate post?)

    I tried the realfilmreel 4x5 reel just yesterday (NOTE: Therefore, this...
  2. Re: Has anyone tried or have opinions on the Poilot PL810 sheet film reel and P2550 t

    I tried the realfilmreel 4x5 reel just yesterday (NOTE: Therefore, this has nothing necessarily to do with the operation of their 8x10 reel).

    In fact, I want to further preface my comments with a...
  3. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    Bravo, Andrea!
  4. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    Bravo.
  5. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    Um . . . Laurent . . . Isn't that the price for about TWO of these cameras?:confused:
  6. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    Dear ic-racer,

    I agree with your shock that the photos have disappeared from this thread (as well as many others on the web.. which could be the subject of another thread, in itself, and IMHO...
  7. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    OK, Aesthetique .. in that case, you're absolutely right. But —seeing as the prices seem pretty reasonable and that after producing your prototypes this engineering company will have acquired some...
  8. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    Done, Aesthetique, giving you credit in the editing reason comments. Let us know how the laser-cut cams work out ... and how much they cost!

    Perhaps the engineering company will keep the drawings...
  9. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    @Ed and Aesthetique: You're welcome! .. and I repeat that the real credit goes to René Rook at Cambo in Holland who apparently had to go through some boxes in their basement, or something .. I...
  10. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    After seeing the above post from Aesthetique, I re-doubled my efforts and —EUREKA!— I've (re-) found the original cam plans that René Rook, of Cambo, kindly sent me years ago for the for the 150mm...
  11. Re: Kodak Retouching Fluid replacement. Ideas?

    Hi Doremus,

    I'm just seeing your response now, several years after you posted it, so sorry for the delay. In fact, part of my response to your reproach is that, clearly, I don't come to this forum...
  12. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    Happy [soon to be] anniversary, ic-racer!
  13. Re: technique to get the "Karsh, Hurrell" look from sharp lenses??

    Hurrell's look didn't rely so much on make-up as retouching. Therefore, I wouldn't exactly say, "a lot of" make up.
  14. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    Glad it worked out, Claus!
  15. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    Hello Claus,

    Christopher Nisperos in Paris, here. Try Wolfgang Weber, in München.

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    Re: Still Life Lighting

    David, you're quite welcome, and I apologize for not having read your original post more carefully.

    Regarding: "Unfortunately my still life setups were all going to be in my garage where I have no...
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    Re: Still Life Lighting

    Thanks, Steve. I, in fact, didn't read the post well enough.
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    Re: Still Life Lighting

    Harold,

    I'm sorry that you've chosen to respond sarcastically to a point I gave in a friendly spirit. You've successfully gotten me out of that spirit, but I have no intention of getting into a...
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    Re: Still Life Lighting

    Hi Harold,

    I'm not sure you're catching my point: You see, —unless you're photographing in direct, strong light— the fact that the light is changing during the day isn't at all a problem when...
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    Re: Still Life Lighting

    Hi Harold,

    It depends. If you're making a very long exposure (as for a close up) the variance of the light can be proportionally minimal. It's also possible to diffuse (and therefore reduce) the...
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    Re: September 2016 Portraits

    Wow. Bravo.
  22. Re: Best use for a 10x15 camera / film material

    Very nice, Xipho!
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    Re: Still Life Lighting

    David,

    Why not just use window light? For tech info, try a Kodak Dataguide
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    (photo©Christopher Nisperos, 2016)
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    As everyone says, Holden, very nice image. I agree with Renato that the overexposure on the rock-tops are a pity . . . in the olden days, one solution would be to make a duplicate negative (for...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Maris,

    Your image does a great job of conveying the impression of a hot day (whether or not that was the case!). As well, I like the way you arranged the clouds to look like a hand in the form of...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Your image does a great job of conveying the impression of a hot day (whether or not that was the case!). As well, I like the way you arranged the clouds to look like a hand in the form of a "peace"...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Mohammad, your photo is quite nice, too . . . but I was trying to comment on the photo by mrzine in post #11845. Apologies for my gaff.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I agree: It's an interesting image, but much stronger when cropped to be a square ... in my opinion. Anyway, as I said, interesting shot!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    good job at catching the "mood" of the moment
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    A view which is not only classic, but classy . . . Bravo!
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    Re: George Hurrell lighting

    Hi ederphoto,

    While it's true that Hurrell worked with the cameras you mentioned, I think one should be clear in pointing out that these weren't the cameras with which he created his most...
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    Re: Boycott digital?

    Bob, If you're still around ... I've just re-found this post .. and, at the risk of (re)opening a can of worms:

    More than fifteen years after this post I've had quite a bit of time to reflect...
  33. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    Nice photo . . . looks strangely like a "Gotham City" skyline!
  34. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    BRAVO, Pierre! They look excellent! How much it cost for the 180 cam, mailed to Europe? You can pm me if you wish.
  35. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    Yes, Pierre, I agree: We should be thankful to largeformatphotography.info (and its "cousin", APUG) for safeguarding information of this type, particularly for equipment such as the Cambo TWR 54,...
  36. Re: Cambo TWR 54 - 4x5 Twin Lens Reflex (like Gowlandflex) Question...

    Nice, Pierre. Good to see you're still working on this.
  37. Re: Gandolfi 8x10 Precision Folding Instruction and Date Questions...

    Thanks so much for posting that film. It was very moving. Makes one proud to own a Gandolfi (I have two). I love the very last line of the film where Fred Gandolfi —who had been in and around camera...
  38. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    You're welcome! Custom Bellows might very well have original plans for the Durst 8x10 enlarger in their files. It's worth a call to find out because it would save you time and be the most accurate...
  39. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    Gary,

    I want to thank you, ic-racer and Drew for helping me solve this problem (or —I should say— learn my equipment!).
    The next step is to find glass for the negative carrier. My research tells...
  40. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    Drew,

    Custom Bellows (formerly Camera Bellows) is still going strong over here in Europe . . I just spoke with their director, Tony Eaton, last week. Excellent quality, reliable, reasonable...
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