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    Re: Lenses for Horseman 45FA

    The Sironar-N will definitely fold up in the camera, as, IIRC, does the 150/9 G-Claron. Another option you might explore if space is at a premium is to mount the lens backwards for transport--I'd...
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Excellent, thanks for elaborating--that seems rather the elegant solution, and it occurs to me that slipping in a rubylith mask might help keep things registered as well.

    At any rate, those Leicas...
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Very nice--did you happen to use a Krystal Seal envelope for your paper? (If I understood the notes for your Scotland shot correctly, you're the first one I've seen who doesn't sleeve the negative...
  4. Re: Getting back into 8x10, would a cheap Intrepid Satisfy?

    Ha, I think most of us view GAS like my favorite saint and Church Father used to see chastity, praying for continence, but not yet.;)

    At any rate, I'll throw another option out there: whole plate....
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Very nice, though unless there are a lot of hobbits on the ground there in N Ga. :) I think I'd like to see this one drymounted on 16x24 gatorboard, with maybe 40% bottom weight. (FWIW, I generally...
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    Re: New Mexico?

    One of things that can slip your mind if you live in a free state like South Dakota, but I don't think New Mexico grants "reciprocal" carry privileges. In all honesty, some of the other states that...
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    Re: X-ray film 10 x12

    One tip I picked up from Ken Lee was to wipe your hands with an alcohol swab to remove skin oils before handling a sheet of film--I couldn't speak to any rigorous testing on my part, but I always...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Outstanding series, Alessandro--that looks like a cool, airy place, well-captured.:) There are some birch groves high on the spine of the Southern Appalachia's that I visit on occasion--special...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Ha, thanks Bryan--despite how boogery the understory looks, that's actually my backyard...you'll have to vouch to people that's just how we roll here in the Dirty South. ;)

    Willie, if your comment...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Caught a couple of white oaks sifting the morning sun:

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/52327710408_72c164dc2d_c.jpgwhiteoak6x10flickr by J Barnes, on Flickr

    Otherwise, a "proof of concept"...
  11. Re: Portable Solution to Make Overhead (90) Photographs

    Excellent, glad to hear you've got a solution that fits. At any rate, probably the best source for Uni-loc's is the UK auction site (same with a lot of Paterson equipment, as you might expect.) ...
  12. Re: Portable Solution to Make Overhead (90) Photographs

    If you're going to make a habit of shooting from odd angles (a virtual pastime of mine here in the heavily-vegetated South:)) I'd have you take another look at the Uni-loc tripods if your...
  13. Re: My New Tripod: Gitzo vs Leica Surveyor vs Ries

    Drew-- Excellent, tho' I don't have any anchor points that I'd feel comfortable really reefing down on a load...a point in favor of your external frames!

    JP--thanks for the insights...Vaughn is...
  14. Re: My New Tripod: Gitzo vs Leica Surveyor vs Ries

    Kind of on the subject, Drew--any mods to your Ries that help you secure it to the pack frame while underway? I must admit that load shifting is a pet peeve of mine (hate being banged in the noggin...
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Of course Laurence Sterne was a prebendary there at York Minster (his vicarage was out in the exurbs of York, iirc)--he would have dug Blackadder I think.:)
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    I keep wanting somebody to get the Franz Bagyi Berlebach:
    https://www.berlebach.de/en/?bereich=details&id=248
    if only because I'm a slut for Flecktarn.:) Probably not an all-around option at 40"...
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    This series keeps reminding me of my favorite Archbishop of York, Lancelot Blackburne--famously rumored to have begun his career in the church as a chaplain for the more pious Pirates of the...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Very much enjoying the series and the travelogue, Daniel--I'd have to say #2 and #3 are my favorites, definitely hope they've made you a little coin over the years.;)
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    :)

    Very much love the pictorialist vibe in your last two posts--that Holga is definitely a window into the subconscious!
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    Re: post your trees!

    Ha, I was thinking that scene might require the "two bath" pyrocat approach. At any rate, I'm a pictorialist at heart, so I hope you find something in piezography that might get you close to the...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Hmm, I was going to go with "dryad with daddy issues," but perhaps that's something for me and my therapist to hash out.;)

    At any rate, I'll throw in my lot for the out-of-focus areas in the...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Ha, I'm sure a silver print will look great, too--those are some highly sophisticated rhythms in the frame...I definitely will keep returning and trying to learn from this one!:)
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    Re: post your trees!

    Very much like this--I could definitely see a "dark" toned/lith/alt print as well.:)
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Excellent, I was hoping you'd been able to explore upstream a bit from where the previous shot was taken.:) FWIW, this has just the right amount of watery "blur" for my tastes. Otherwise, I realize...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Those exposed rock faces really lend a lovely tonality--as for the stream, it might be worth exploring if you can retain a bit of texture in the water by making "accumulative" exposures. Otherwise a...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Very nice view of Lujiazui--I'm afraid I've only seen it from the Bund during the day (and not, I'm guessing from this shot, from Suzhou Creek.) At any rate, thanks for sharing--I hope this means...
  27. Re: Paterson Orbital: seeking advice on modifications for sheet film processing

    Excellent, then no reason not to jump up to 5x7, no?:) (FWIW, I'm big on that format for hybrid, if for no other reason than you can carve up the negative in just about every useful aspect ratio and...
  28. Re: Paterson Orbital: seeking advice on modifications for sheet film processing

    Norm, I'm still a newbie but I've found the Orbital lends itself to semi-stand/minimal agitation regimens pretty well. FWIW, for "scan-able" negatives, I use pretty dilute Pyrocat HD with FP4+,...
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    Excellent, thanks Mike--I'd considered trying to speed up loading in my
    Harrison tent, then immediately adding the initial water soak, but given I'm bouncing around the house (no dedicated...
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    Out of curiosity, am I right in assuming that everyone lets the tank dry completely between runs before adding another sheet(s) of film? I tend to Zen-out when using the Orbital (especially with a...
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    It sounds as if you're sorted--I've only used my Orbital for 5x7, but haven't had any problems with the "domes" you mention, though I do occasionally manually test them to see that they're still...
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    Re: Hi from Wales, UK

    Excellent, I'm not sure who would or wouldn't be considered a proper Welshman in your eyes, but LFPF member "Meekyman" has done a great job in Snowdonia recently. FWIW, I'm an American, but have...
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    Re: post your trees!

    A great stand of bottle-arse tupelo (as they were once called:))...this first shot is especially fine.
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    Re: post your trees!

    Very nice--a lovely color of bark, a bit different than our Platanus occidentalis here in the States. (Of course sifting all of the cultivars--and even the London plane tree, which is supposed to be...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Very cool--Paul Barden mentioned Delta 100 as a favorite a while back; and I believe it was John Layton who was recommending X-ray film for green vegetation as well. (FWIW, I'm am patiently awaiting...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Excellent, "greens" are always a mystery to me (unfortunate for our part of the world;)) so it's nice to see what can be done "filterless."
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    +1 from me as well--very impressing sifting of tones here, so any liner notes would be appreciated. Otherwise, my favorite so far--though I think the barn/lane shot will be a bestseller for you.
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    Re: Question using Goerz 19" Artar lens

    A couple of resources that might come in handy:

    1.) Alex Burke has some downloads of scales you can print on label paper and affix to your camera:
    ...
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    Re: Question using Goerz 19" Artar lens

    Very much like where you're pointing the lens, at any rate--hopefully you'll get to reshoot.:)

    Otherwise, unfortunately everything tends to look blurry on photos directly downloaded to LFPF (vs....
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    Re: FP4+ in Pyrocat HD

    Eric, out of curiosity, what's "baseline" for your salt prints (I'm assuming FP4 and some sort of pyro here)? Interpolating from Sandy's resources, I'm planning on 2:2:100 for my POP prints (e.g....
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