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  1. Re: Graflex 4x5 Pacemaker Speed Graphic Camera Focal Plane Shutter

    With the lens off, make a video of the shutter going through it's speeds. That should be what a buyer would want to know.
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    Re: Some Soft Focus Lens Sales Information

    I've only bought one LF SF lens in the past year.. Seems to be a pretty stable market without big changes.
    If you can try it in person, I think it's potentially worth a small amount extra to not...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Great photos Austin!

    I did some work on a boat in New Harbor Maine this morning

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    and afterwards I went photographing on the beach and docks. If Ken Lee lost his cool, we might see...
  4. Re: Forum large scale project - one stop source of historic lf photographers

    Benjamin; the idea that the web is great for discovery is so true.. A website to introduce historic photographers would potentially be as practical as something all encompassing.

    A thorough one...
  5. Re: Forum large scale project - one stop source of historic lf photographers

    luminous-lint.com seems to be working on something similar... It's a subscription thing now..

    I love photo history personally, but don't have time to be both photographer and fully go down the...
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    Re: Focal Plane Shutter for LF?

    Yes... Under $2000 would be successful. If it were light and reliable and had many shutter speeds.
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    Re: Focal Plane Shutter for LF?

    I have

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAjyYixKXm8&t=153s
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    Re: Mounting without a press?

    Yes... I got my 16x20 dry mount press for $100 in a craigslist parking lot cash transaction. Widely used in graphics arts not just photography. Tons of good complete used ones out there. Just have a...
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    Re: Digital Scanning vs. Flatbed Scanning?

    I've been using an Epson V700 for years. For large format, it does a nice job; it could be beat by stitching with a DSLR, but I don't have time for that. It's also getting dusty and unclean...
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    Re: Mounting without a press?

    If it was an old time life article, it might be referencing old thin singleweight paper. New photo paper is heavy duty art material. Old single weight paper was that era's equivalent of drugstore...
  11. Thread: Kalosat lens, DIY

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    Re: Kalosat lens, DIY

    With normal film it would probably have big chromatic aberration. It was probably marketed when film was more blue sensitive. With some blue sensitive Xray film, it would probably show freckles and...
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    Re: Can you recommend a darkroom workshop?

    Steve Sherman has a nice darkroom for small workshops. Find a cheap snowbird flight to NY/BOS/Portsmouth and head over to CT.
    https://www.powerofprocesstips.com/one-on-one-workshops/

    Maine Media...
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    Re: On the quality of 19th century lenses.

    That explains how we have the Radar lens before radar was even a noun amongst humans. Old tech for the aliens.
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    Re: "Budget" ULF Landscape Rig?

    It's worth getting a film holder and making that work with it.. Otherwise, one shot and go home. If you have a camera with no film holder and film/plate in place, you will need a shutter to keep...
  15. Re: Finding tripods for Large Format is kinda hard (daunting)? Favorite LF tripod?

    One of those $100 tripods will only hold a DSLR with a small lens.. Not even great for a DSLR and big lens, much less large format.

    For a smaller 4x5 a $100 real Leitz or Marchioni Tiltall will...
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    Re: Show us your workspace layout and ideas!

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    I have a desk area the length of the room for computer activities which includes scanning/printing. I started with a homemade 9' pine desk which I use.. It has a laser printer,...
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    Re: online metal print services

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    Thanks. This is a milky way photo my 15yo daughter made and it's selected to be in the Maine Photography Show.

    Following the recommendations, I ordered and have received my order from...
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    Re: Your favorite Enlarger Timer

    I like the Gralab 451 or 450. I have one for the enlarger, one for my UV box, and a spare.
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    Re: Up Off The Mat...Again?

    Photography is very important to me and I have sometimes done it for side money in the past.... I had a gallery for a while too.

    I'm mostly in the IT industry and 2020 was a very big year for...
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    Re: online metal print services

    Thanks for the recommendation John and Randy!
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    online metal print services

    Anyone have any recommendation from your use?

    Looking for good quality (no defects/scratches, no surprises with color) and efficient turnaround. Cost not a top priority.


    Previous place that...
  22. Re: Help with opaque green stain after dev with PYROCAT-HD

    If fixer does not remove it, it's probably not something that's meant to be part of the film. Anyone in the household with "institutional green" fingernail paint sabotaging your photography? Perhaps...
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    Re: Post Your Smaller Format Trees!

    On 4x5, if you have a speed graphic or shutter otherwise, a reinhold wollaston meniscus or verito would be good. If you need something in a shutter, look for a imagon but don't use the strainer as...
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    Re: Post Your Trees!

    Very nice. A bit jealous because I like that subject matter and place too, and have spent some time hurrying around out there but it didn't lead to great photos. I think some physical exertion leads...
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    Re: Kodak 305mm F4.8 Portrait lens on 8x10

    Thanks, I'd guess probably f6.3 (between 5.6 and 8) for that, I don't move the aperture much. That closer distance means more bellows which means longer actual focal length and more coverage.
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    Re: Kodak 305mm F4.8 Portrait lens on 8x10

    And ALL depth of field is behind the point of focus. None of this 1/3, 2/3 theory. You'd do well to focus on the nose for a seated portrait, or if it's environmental, a few inches ahead of the person.
  27. The crime scene sketch portrait on Google today

    is really a talented and beautiful model of the pictorialist style. I don't think Google did Zitkala Sa any justice. East coast pictorialist Gertrude Kasabier did some great photos of her.

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    Re: Kodak 305mm F4.8 Portrait lens on 8x10

    I've only used it on 8x10.
    It gets interesting in the corners in a way I like, but it covers.

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  29. Thread: Abstracts

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    Re: Abstracts

    Thanks


    Martiansea: Those colors and shapes look very nice!
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Sand Beach in Stonington Maine. I went there for work again (installing electronics on boats), and took my cameras for some after work exploration. Too windy for LF. Temperature in the teens and wind...
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    Re: Hello from a LF hopeful

    Welcome. After a month you get access to the classified which are informative even to those not shopping.

    Figure out the intended use you are pursuing or LF photographers you are inspired by....
  32. Thread: Abstracts

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    Re: Abstracts

    Thanks Ben.

    Here, I mix a bit of layers found in abstract styles and shapes/tones composition and general softness found in pictorial styles.
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  33. Thread: Abstracts

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    Re: Abstracts

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50944256651_aac0aa1b25_c.jpg
    img189bw by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr

    In the woods playing in the snow with my speed graphic, out of focus lens (don't remember...
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    Re: Help Request : Film Choice

    You'd do well to learn FP4+. Grain isn't a major concern with 8x10. It's a good quality normal film.
    Delta100 might be better for night photos with very long exposure (reciprocity issues)

    Some...
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    Re: Log live 8x10 Large format

    Long ago (pre-digital) LF was for people who wanted the creative options and some better quality than the wearable camera options. Creative fine art & architecture photographers and pros shooting...
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    Re: Log live 8x10 Large format

    All this gear is more valuable than it has been in several years. Selling it as needs change is common. Many people buy stuff to try then sell it, basically stewards/borrowers and their payment is...
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    Re: Pyrocat adjustments/improvements

    Tmax 400 and 100 are different films and are to be developed each according to their own best times.

    1:1:100 and two rolls and 800ml is probably not enough developer. You'd certainly gain by...
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    Re: Pyrocat adjustments/improvements

    Thought it looks slightly thin, pyrocat negatives can look slightly thin because the stain adds to the density. I'd give it another minute or so in developing and/or use more liquid per film, not...
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    Re: Pyrocat adjustments/improvements

    I don't use a jobo, but agitate in a tank 1m then every minute for 10s for 14.5 minutes with pyrocat hdc or hd and 1:1:100 at 70f.
    Try some longer development and show a photo of the negative at a...
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    Re: How eco-friendly is fine art paper?

    All this so people can coat the paper with dichromates and such.

    Nonetheless, interesting to learn about the materials and processes fine art paper is made from.
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