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    Re: Easy alternative processes?

    Good old cyanotypes are a good place to start with. Mild chemicals that can be
    even bought prepackeged, if you want to avoid the hassle of mixing them
    from scratch (which is otherwise...
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Philippe,

    thanks!

    It is a very thin gampi paper, handmade. I don't know exactly the weight,
    but it is around 20grs/m2. If you blow, it goes away. It is rather difficult to find.
    I buy it...
  3. Thread: post your trees!

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    Re: post your trees!

    takpro, jtomasella, thanks.


    Best, Pau
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    Re: post your trees!

    Thanks a lot for your comment.


    Best, Pau
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Thanks!


    Best, Pau
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49321074782_146bfac2bd_b.jpg

    Castiñeiro de Entrambosríos by Pau Martín, on Flickr.

    Palladium print on gampi paper from a 8x10 negative.
  7. Thread: post your trees!

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    Re: post your trees!

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49321074782_146bfac2bd_b.jpg

    Castiñeiro de Entrambosríos by Pau Martín, on Flickr.

    Palladium print on gampi paper from a 8x10 negative.
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    Re: Keeping Time tray developing film

    I use the same system, although I recorded my voice in my phone. I play it through a bluetooth speaker. The recording marks the time in intervals of 15 seconds. It is very convenient, because I never...
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    I did build mine, with uv fluorescent tubes. Not pretty, but it did make the difference in my work.

    Best,
    Pau
  10. Re: 8x10 Development in tray - How to know the time

    My method to measure time in darkness is probably simpler, although not very fancy. I recorded myself counting time every 15s from 0 to 30 minutes: 15, 30, 45, 1 minute, and so on. I start playing...
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    Re: Making Ferric Oxalate for Kallitype

    I know I’m not answering your question, but I suggest that you buy the oxalate from disactis. They have it in powder form and have detailed instructions to mix it. Be aware that the solutions for...
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    Re: Lightleak or development issue?

    Have you checked for pinholes on the bellows?

    Best,
    Pau
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    Re: Post Photos of YOURSELF with your camera

    With my beloved Wehman, hiking around Mallorca.

    194221


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    Re: Using Fujinon A 300 as a convertible lens

    I completely agree. However, I’ll try to make a slightly scientific test and I’ll shoot the same images with the rear cell of a convertible symmar 300. Probably not the best contender, though.
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    Re: Using Fujinon A 300 as a convertible lens

    I’m beggining to think that the results I’ll get will be worse than I thought after looking at the ground glass. However, before doing the test myself, I was wondering what kind of aberrations are...
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    Re: Using Fujinon A 300 as a convertible lens

    Pere,

    thanks for your offer and comments. I do own a symmar convertible. My question is about the actual performance of the rear group of the fujinon A 300. I am wondering if someone has already...
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    Using Fujinon A 300 as a convertible lens

    I have just realized that my Fujinon A 300 is capable of creating an image with the front cell removed. It seems to be a 600mm lens, roughly speaking. I imagine that, in this configuration, the...
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    Re: Kallitype and toning

    I’ve been told by someone that tried it that unexposed kallitype emulsioned paper loses sensitivity and contrast from one day to the next. I’ve always exposed and developed immediately after the...
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    Re: Of Rotaries, XTOL Replenished, and Foam

    Are you getting foam with all your films or only for some specific brands? In any case, a thorough pre-rinse may help to get rid
    of any wetting agents the films may have incorporated in their...
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    Re: Artifex beta 8x10 daylight tank

    In fact, my main concern is the following. Combiplan uses 1 liter of chemistry to develop 6 sheets of 4x5 film, aproximately
    (in fact, a little more). This tank uses 2 liters to develop 6 sheets of...
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    Artifex beta 8x10 daylight tank

    I’ve seen this new developing tank, up to six sheets at a time. Has anyone tried it? It seems very interesting, but I’m specially concerned about the ability to obtain even development. I’d...
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    Re: 8x10 processing options

    Paterson orbital, if you can find one. If you go with low agitation pattern, do not forget to trim the wings.

    Best,
    Pau


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    Re: Development help with HP5 8x10 under exposed

    What do you plan to do with the negative? If you’ll use an enlarger, 25% or 30% will probably enough. If you’re contact printing with weird chemistry (platinum or whatever) you’d probably want to...
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    Re: Images of mistakes - good or bad..

    I’m sure you can get impressive results from this negative. If you need a darkroom to print it, just tell me.

    Best,
    Pau
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    Re: January 2018 Portraits

    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4653/28144155899_37a17b9191_o.jpgY.
    by Pau Martín, on Flickr

    Palladium print on gampi paper, from a 8x10 negative. The waves of the paper,
    exaggerated by the...
  26. Re: Help: How to convert a negative to positive to print as a "negative print"

    If you only want a negative image on paper there is a simpler solution. Just contact
    copy a nice positive copy - that is, one with full tonal range - on the paper you want.
    Develope it as usual or,...
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    Re: Noob questions about development

    I'd say you should give at least one stop more of exposure and one minute more of developing time (although you should test to find your developing time).
    Best,
    Pau

    Enviat des del meu X98 Air...
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Outstanding!
    Best,
    Pau
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Antonio, chassis, ericantonio, thanks for your comments.
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    I have also posted this photo in the current month portrait thread, but I feel it also belongs here.

    This portrait was taken some months ago, but I made the print yesterday.
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    This portrait was taken some months ago, but I made the print yesterday.

    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4452/37544229026_f84ee932e1_b.jpg
    A. by Pau Martín, on Flickr

    Platinum-palladium print...
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    Re: Transmission density wedge/tablet in Europe

    I've bought several times from Stouffer. The corresponding letter arrived in due time. I'm in Barcelona.
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    Re: Post your Pixies! :)

    Bravo!
  34. Thread: Film for learning

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    Re: Film for learning

    I haven't had any issues either. I have shot 100 8x10 sheets of Foma 100 (I've just finished my second box) and I'm the one to blame if anything went wrong. With pyro510 produces beautiful results....
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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

    Outstanding!

    Best,
    Pau
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Thanks, Vogel, Andreios and Ramiro!
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    Palladium print on gampi paper from a 8x10 negative.
    I took a photo of the print. It's too large for my scanner and
    I didn't want to crumple the paper. It is so thin!
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    Re: January 2017 - Portraits Thread

    Really amazing.
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Thanks for your comment, Ramiro. By chance I recently visited Cau Ferrat. What an incredible collection in such a tiny space.

    I only made one print, and I gave it to some friends that are...
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    No reason besides customs, which often add unpredictable fees to any shipment.

    Following the thread, Sigma Aldrich doesn't sell to poor photographers like me and any other supplier I know (i.e....
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