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    Re: Post Your Smaller Format Trees!

    Foma Retro Pan 320, Yashica Mat 124, Nikon 8000 scanner.

    https://flic.kr/p/2noaszo
  2. Re: Planning Roadtrip for June in Middle/Western USA

    Alan: My wife took the exact same picture last month! Cracks us up.
  3. Re: Traveling by Air In July: How should I handle LF Film?

    Funny thing when traveling home from LA my camera bag sailed right through, but my carry on back pack got flagged for....chocolate bars.
    Go figure. Something about the shape and density maybe?
  4. Re: Henry William Jackson glass negative from NGM 1989/2 , Is it colorful ?

    I see color but I think it is coming from the window they are holding the neg up in front of. Look below to the left of the glass plate, you can clearly see blue sky and buildings reflected on the...
  5. Re: Traveling by Air In July: How should I handle LF Film?

    Just came back from a two week trip. We shipped my film and some extra clothes and hiking boots. I carried on my camera bag and small suitcase with the rest of my clothes. Alas I was only...
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    Re: Wooden film holder arcing

    Maybe a tennis racket press would help?
  7. Re: How many color-based folks are still out there

    Shoot BW and Color film depending on mood and subject. Recently took a trip to the western US, shot a lot of BW 120, and a little bit of 35mm E6, and 120 C41, and a ton of digital. Couldn't fit the...
  8. Re: tricking imacon software to scanning higher ppi?

    You won't be able to get to the 8000ppi limit with those film holders if they are two 35mm frames side by side. In order to get the maximum, the center of the scan-able area is the only area...
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    Re: Curtis Color Scout

    Wow! Very cool!
  10. Re: Mac Mini Configuration to Run Adobe Products?

    I have been using the Mac Mini M1, 16 GB RAM and 1T SSD, since last year. Works well with Photoshop, Light Room, Affinity Photo, DxO Photolab and Vuescan. It also works with my Nikon 8000, (with...
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    Re: Jeff Wall's New Show in Washington, DC

    Checked out the Glenstone Museum today and of course the Jeff Wall Exhibit. Some interesting images some problematic points. Some images worked very well and drew me in and made me ponder a bit and...
  12. Re: Searching for info on BL 4.5 lens with minimal markings...

    This is very interesting. By coincidence I was bored today and pulled out some old lenses I squirreled away and just rediscovered this lens. 224646
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    Re: Jeff Wall's New Show in Washington, DC

    Looks like Cindy Sherman meets Gregory Crewdson. I would like to see these in person.
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    Re: How is Large Digital C-prints made?

    Chromira Machine is long gone at Dodge-Chrome, unfortunately. Still do dip and dunk E6, C-41 and Black and white film processing though.
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Amaryllis bloomed this spring was able to capture them with 8x10 Kodak Ektar and X-Ray Film, very different results.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Very Nice Roberto!
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    Re: Greetings from D.C.

    welcome!
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    Re: Are you shooting more than one format

    Shoot iPhone, DSLR, 35mm, 645, 6x6, 6x9, 4x5 and 8x10. Been shooting more 35mm lately after not shooting small film for a few years.
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    From my wife's flower garden. Portra 160 8x10 shot with Deerdorff V8, 12" Kodak Ektar lens.
  20. Re: Route 66 in the 1950's (also an obituary)

    cool!
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Macro lens on my 5DS. With the world seeming to close in close up shots seem appropriate.

    https://flic.kr/p/2iKukcF
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    Re: Store in washington

    Nearest thing that I know of is,
    District Camera
    Washington, DC Store
    1225 I Street NW, Suite 110, WASHINGTON, DC 20005

    sometimes they have large format gear when I go by other times not so...
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    Re: Barbara Crane

    She was a great influence on me. One of the main reasons I attended SAIC. Was very sad when I saw the news.
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    wow ImSoNegative! love the detail.

    Prof
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    193327193328

    shooting some flowers
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    Re: Focusing Cloth r

    t-shirt huh, could someone post a picture of this in action? I'm not sure I am visualizing it properly. Or I could stop being lazy and set up my 8x10 and grab a t or two..;-0
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    Re: ROLL CALL

    I drop in several times a week.
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    Re: Hello all

    Hello! Don't worry big cameras don't bite but they do sometimes draw a crowd.
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    Re: Northern Virginia/Washington, DC

    I'm interested but very busy.

    Todd
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    Re: Aint-Bad feature!

    Nice!
  31. Re: Where to process 8x10 color negative film in the USA?

    Dodge-Chrome in DC area does C41,E-6 and BW up 8x10. https://www.dodgechrome.com/

    full disclosure: I work there but not in film processing lab.
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    Re: TSA and View Cameras

    I traveled with my Busch Pressman and spot meter and assorted film holders and a Canon 5Ds with a couple of lenses and odds and ends this past summer, not even a second glance. Traveled with my 5Ds...
  33. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    thanks, the most interesting aspect to me is the glass candle holder on the far left is red glass the jar behind has a green tint and of course the doll heads show the reds blocking up with the back...
  34. Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    here are a couple of tests I shot 8x10, (cropped to remove distracting elements) One is Tmax100 and one is X-ray....
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    Re: How to print large files?

    I was referring to the output resolution of the print. Of course different devices image differently.

    Prof
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    Re: How to print large files?

    One thing to consider for final print resolution and size is the viewing distance. An 8x10 print at 300dpi will look great from a foot away, but a 30x40 print will be viewed from 6 feet or more. in...
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    Re: neg scan, dusts, scratches, shit.. etc

    I see dust on film from camera/film holder, dust on film during scan, scratch on film, and maybe a chemistry stain. I deal with all constantly at my job and with my own images. Compressed air, a...
  38. Thread: hi

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    Re: hi

    Welcome. I haven't been a member here too long but have learned a lot and have been inspired by many here.

    Todd
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    Re: mystique of an 8x10 Deardorff?

    Mystique? Maybe. I picked up my 8x10 Deardorff (most of it anyway)from a retiring photographer in Chicago. I was a poor student in 1990 and was told about the studio closing by word of mouth so I...
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    Re: How many of you were taught (in LF) ?

    interesting thread, it has made me reflect on all of the photography and art instructors and influences I've had over the years. There have been so many, some formal in classes at two different...
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