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    Re: In Memory of Bruce Barlow

    Iíve just revisited the forum after a few years away. Sad news indeed. RIP
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    Re: how old are we?

    Quite the time capsule. I noticed I replied here when I was 36, then again at 45....and now I'm 48.
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    Re: Avatar

    Glad it wasn't just me.
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    Re: Avatar

    Roger...that was it...thank!
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    Re: Avatar

    That's weird. I saw it when I logged out...but now that I am logged back in, my post doesn't show it.
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    Avatar

    I've gone into my settings and uploaded a shot for my Avatar. It shows on my profile, but when I post, no Avatar appears. Suggestions?
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Wonderful photograph Ken!
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    Re: Experience Using New55 Film?

    Something about the film I love....the imperfections!
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    Re: how old are we?

    Funny looking back. I posted in this thread 9 years ago that I was 36. I turn 45 in a few months. My the time flies.
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    Re: Driving Down To Death Valley

    Enjoy! One of my favourite spots.
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    Re: Chamonix shipping times

    Good info to hear. I'll be ordering a wet plate holder from them shortly
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    Re: Digital prints, max size

    I realize that...I simply shared my experience.....as opposed to attitude. See the difference?

    I find the opposite....Kodak scans smooth as opposed to Fuji pepper grain.
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    Re: Collodion - Wet Plate Images

    It's only a few miles from downtown....but don't tell anyone! The whole process went better than I thought. I'll be doing a lot of landscape work with Wet Plate from now on. Jorge would fall out...
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    Re: Collodion - Wet Plate Images

    A few from my first attempt at Wet Plate. I am totally in love with this process!

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    Re: Digital prints, max size

    Scans of 4x5 Ektar look great from my Epson V700 up to about 40"
  16. Re: FP4+ and Acros100 in Pyrocat HD - Glycol

    I've always prefered FP4 for portraits and Acros for landscapes...regardless of developer.
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    Re: New Large Format Android App Launched!

    Neat idea. The aspect ratio seems wrong though. Seems like a 3:2 ratio instead of 4:5
  18. Re: Fuji Velvia 50 and 100F 4x5 film officially discontinued?

    Fuji still makes Astia?
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    Re: Inkjet better than wet prints yet?

    That's the best idea yet. These threads raged on years ago...some of the people are different (ghost of Jorge for example) but the stuff is the same.
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    Re: Mistake: new rule about FS comments

    I don't agree. When someone is selling a lens for $800 that normally sells online for $300...prospective buyers should be informed of such. That's not rude....it's saving someone from making a...
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    Re: In today's Washington Post

    Roman Johnston who posts a number of photos on DPReview has a photo of the same tree....that many agreed was far better than Lik's version.
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    Re: Kodak discontinue E6 films

    After viewing Rodney's photographs at his Pier 39 Gallery a week ago, I'd say the P65+ shots, while good, where not up to the 8x10 photos. The IQ180 photographs though were another matter....they...
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    Re: Kodak discontinue E6 films

    Chris, Rodney shoots with 8x10 Astia...and Astia is no more. I think that's why he's switching over to MF digital backs.
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    Re: Old Pigment Epsons Fading to Green?

    Ranks right up there with "Grainography Print"
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    Re: Old Pigment Epsons Fading to Green?

    Well, first off, the Ilford Paper wasn't really an archival paper. As well, the RC was designed more for dye based inks as it encapsulates the inks. The pigment inks from the Epson could have been...
  26. Re: 4x5 scans.. drum or virtual drum for 40"x50" print

    Thanks Lenny.
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    While I respect Lenny greatly, 1100ppi of real info from the V700 is plain wrong. I've tested mine out to around 2200ppi with 35mm and MF. I've never done a test sheet with 4x5...but I know 1100ppi...
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    Re: Possible new film

    An interesting post. Unfortunately, for you to establish an operating color film line, you'd need access to tens of millions for startup costs. Good luck getting people lined up for that. ...
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    Re: Large Format vs Medium Format Digital

    Agreed. I have a Win 7 workstation with 6gb of ram and I have no problem with 1gb 4x5 scans.
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    Re: More Kodak discontinuations

    I switched to Ilford for all my B&W. I garee....Kodak is a slow motion trainwreck!
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    Re: Kodak might file Bankruptcy.

    Agreed Roger. For me, it HP5 in HC110 Dil B....for iso 650.
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    Re: Kodak might file Bankruptcy.

    Ilford HP5 is a superb emulsion in 35mm.
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    Re: Kodak

    It's starting to feel like we'll have Fuji for color and Ilford for B&W. Not that it would be a bad thing....but I find it hard to believe that Kodak could vanish.
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    Re: Kodak

    Looks like restructuring lawyers were hired this afternoon:

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204138204576603053167627950.html
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    Re: Kodak

    Here's the press release:

    Press Release:

    Fujifilm Professional has announced that Fujifilm Japan is to cease its manufacture of Quickload films in April 2010.

    Fujifilm's Senior Product...
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    Re: Kodak

    I recall a Fuji press release stating that they were no longer making QL. I'll see if I can find it. I love the QL system so if indeed they are still around....I'm stoked!!!
  37. Re: Film photography, a good business in the future ?

    The Brothers Wright are a good example of applying the film niche to their business model. Check out the Twin Lens blog...it's a good read and a good example of what the latest emulsions can record.
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    Sorry, that's not correct. A large amount of the error correction is built upon recording a large amount of redundant data.
  39. Re: It's official. No more film processing in Nashville, TN.

    Ya, it's kind of weird that such large cities in the US have no labs....while here in Vancouver and Victoria we have labs o' plenty to choose from. Bizarre.
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    I have to agree there. And I agree with a lot of what you say about the professional being the whole package. My reference went simply to what attracts the publics attention.

    Oh, and a great...
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