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  1. Re: Three Views of Manzanar: Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange and Toyo Miyatake

    That link on the documentary brought back some long ago memories. In 1983, I was hired as the controller for a large local seafood processing company that was a subsidiary of a seafood processing...
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    Thomas,
    "Hello there..." no, I see a very PO'd Gumby. Any how you look it...... its a great shot.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Merg, another excellent image. Year 2020, has started off with a BANG!
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Merg, the geometry of everything in your photo is well seen and the tones has a film noir feeling. Your vision always intrigues and inspires me. That photo is another one of yours I would like to...
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    Re: Post your signs

    Don your photos reminds me of riding through rural Mississippi to visit my Grandparents sixty years ago.

    Seeing you opened this thread I'll post this sign I shot a few years ago at the DMZ.
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    Re: January 2020 Portraits

    Amazing Yuriy. The longer I look at your portrait the more subjects I see in it.
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    This is the setup for my Fire Escape shot in the Abstracts thread. After getting the camera set I waited about 30 minutes for the sun to move and change the shadow placement.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Jason, I worked in the stevedoring industry for over 23 years until I retired at the end of 2018. Equipment used on the docks certainly seems to be the inspiration in some of the Star Wars movies. ...
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    Re: Post your churches

    The statue of Michael defeating Lucifer isn't stone but rather a resin composition and only stands about 24 inches. It took a while to finally photograph the statue because it was being vandalized...
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Austin, a very touching photograph. I'm sorry for your loss.
    Pat
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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    GM Sacco, excellent photo that makes me think of Cinema Paradiso.
  12. Thread: Ruins

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    Re: Ruins

    Michael very good shot of Square Tower Ruins, the Golden Light really makes the photo.
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    Re: Post your churches

    Okay Austin,
    I'll see that and raise you one. Cathedral of The Immaculate Conception, Mobile, AL.
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    Re: Trip to Huntsville AL

    Not long ago I ran across The Dismals Canyon website; www.dismalscanyon.com/thecanyon. It is located in Phil Campbell, Alabama and it sure looks like a nice area. Sorry, it looks like it's closed...
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    Re: Custom Bellows UK gone?

    Mike, I use Microsoft Edge and it won't open for me. Bing reported a message that my browser doesn't support that website. I sent a feed back message to Microsoft on the issue.
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    Re: Chamonix 4x5 Bellows

    Doremus, did the "universal bellows" come standard on your Wista SW, if not, where did buy it? I have a Tacihara 4x5 and face the same issues using my 90mm. I recently found numerous pin holes and...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Yes, the deeper you get in the South the thicker the Kudzu. In the winter when it is dormant you can see the trees that lies beneath. In the summer when kudzu is at it's height it will cover...
  18. Thread: Abstracts

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    Re: Abstracts

    Austin, this is a great photograph. It would be appropriate in the "Minimalism" thread as well.
  19. Re: Pics of Spruce Goose, if you have them...

    I saw it in Long Beach in 1983, a gigantic aircraft. At that time, the interior of the aircraft was not accessible so I am a little envious of you Austin sitting in the cockpit. I took some photos...
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    Re: kodak Tmax RS developer formula

    I've been in communication with Tim Ryugo, the Pro Film Marketing Manager at Kodak Alaris, about the inability to find the Kodak Tmax RS Developer & Stabilizer to make 1 US gallon. The long and...
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    Re: kodak Tmax RS developer formula

    I emailed Unique Photo Superstore to see if they would be restocking the Kodak Tmax RS developer to make the 1 gallon size and was told that it had been discontinued. Freestyle states it has been...
  22. Replacing bellows on Tachihara 4x5 camera advice.

    I've ordered a new bellows for my Tachihara 4x5 camera. The current bellows looks like it is only glued to the front and rear standards. Has anyone here replaced a Tachihara bellows that can offer...
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Very nice image of the railway restroom Paul.
  24. Re: Salt Lake City to Grand Teton/Yellowstone mid-September

    We flew into and out of Jackson Hole and got home this evening. The trip was great. I want to thank Michael Kadillak and mmerig for their suggestions. Michael the Gallatin Valley is absolutely a...
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Reinhold, the perspective of this image is amazing and puts the viewer in the photograph. My clothes are soaked and I feel I am looking through Clint Eastwood's eyes as Robert Kincaid in The Bridges...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    austin granger On Dog Mountain, Columbia River Gorge, Washington.

    Excellent as always Austin.
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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    +1 on the lovely image.

    Jim, you're the only person that could make an image sing if you shot it through the bottom end of 1936 Tonopah Coca-Cola bottle.
  28. Re: What size paper do you print the most? What's the biggest print you've made?

    I mostly print 11x14 and the biggest is 16x20 due to my darkroom sink.

    The biggest print I ever made was when I was in college working on the yearbook staff. I printed some mural size prints...
  29. Re: Salt Lake City to Grand Teton/Yellowstone mid-September

    Michael, comparing the airfare to Jackson Hole is one of the lowest I've seen in a long time so I'll probably fly there instead. I've been looking at the Beartooth Highway and the Gallatin Valley as...
  30. Salt Lake City to Grand Teton/Yellowstone mid-September

    My wife and I are flying into Salt Lake City and then driving to Grand Teton/Yellowstone and surrounding areas for about a 10 day trip in mid-September. In the past we flew to Jackson Hole. What...
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    Re: Is this a leak in the film holder?

    If it turns out to be a hinge issue book binding tape should solve it.
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    Re: Is this a leak in the film holder?

    The rebate area in the upper right corner looks lighter suggesting a light leak. If the suggestion from Paul and Nodda Duma doesn't reveal a leak then it could be occurring when you are...
  33. Re: Photography and Plagiarism - A Personal Story

    Merg,
    Walking around town on my lunch hours I saw images that I would come back with a camera and capture. I shot this image from street level with my DSLR and zoom lens in 2016. I bought your...
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    Re: Around the house?

    Merg, the tones in your lawn chairs photo are excellent. The thing I really find compelling is the dynamics of all the curves of the chairs are forcibly held in check by the boards in the...
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Bryan, you nailed the tree with that perspective. I'm going to have to drive over and see that tree in person.
    Pat
  36. Re: Corner fogging and air bubbles on BW 4x5

    As Kevin mentioned above take a dish towel, fold it a couple of times and place on the counter. As soon as you finish pouring in the developer bang the tank on the towel several times to dislodge...
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    I took the image in Lucedale, Mississippi about 40 miles west of Mobile.
  38. Re: Corner fogging and air bubbles on BW 4x5

    You didn't say if you do a pre-soak before starting the development of the film. Air bells can form on the film when you pour in the developer. The air bell keeps the developer from reaching the...
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    Kinda reminds you of Mayberry doesn't it?
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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Peter, excellent water series, the first photo would work well in the "Abstracts".
    Pat
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