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  1. Re: Examples of Large Format shots that cannot be done with small

    The focal plane shutter effect is alive and doing well, but has apparently become bored with auto racing and has taken up golf instead:
    http://www.tutelman.com/golf/measure/focalPlaneDistortion.php
  2. Re: Why was NASA shooting black-and-white?

    OK, I understand that some color would be inevitable, it just seems that it would be so overwhelmingly shades of gray(ish) that the use of color film would be of little real value.
  3. Re: Why was NASA shooting black-and-white?

    Ummm... what colors would you anticipate seeing on the surface of the moon?
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Two gorgeous images, Jeffrey!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    [QUOTE=cpercy;950073]An early image from the martian landing.]

    Neat image, Clay.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    [QUOTE=EOTS;949835]Neist Point Lighthouse, Isle of Skye, Scotland]

    Stunning photograph, Martin!
  7. Re: Help - Lens Collection Found in Basement

    +1

    The 8x10 looks like it might be an Indian (Rajah?) knock-off of a Deardorff V8?
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    Re: Found Photographs

    Jonathan, in your original post you have one image (2nd one down in right column) that includes a barge on the river. I think that this was taken from the mill at the northern end of Weirton. I...
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    Re: Found Photographs

    Jonathan, there were several mills in the area at the time. I do not know how many different mill locations Weirton Steel had, but they did own a mill in Steubenville. Results of a quick search:...
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    Re: Post your Pixies! :)

    Alas, she does indeed!...........~sigh~................................







    Well, back to work!
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    Re: Found Photographs

    Jonathan, these are terrific photos! Weirton Steel Corporation was centered just across the Ohio river from Stuebenville. Some of the mills in the area are still in operation, though struggling and...
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    Re: Can anyone recognize this lens ?

    Yeah, something close to a Schneider Symmar 480mm mounted in a Copal 3 on a Sinar 8x10. Not a particularly fast lens.
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    Re: Sales Tax Horror Stories

    What services are or are not subject to sales tax, and what that tax rate is, varies from state to state. Here is a good starting point:
    http://www.taxadmin.org/fta/pub/services/services.html
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    Re: Nagaoka Seisakusho 4x5 details

    Steve, if your camera looks like either of those linked to by Frank then you have both front and rear swings, although somewhat limited. On the left side of the cameraccentric link
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Great shot, Gary! I love the leaf trails in the stream.
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    Re: Post Photos of YOURSELF with your camera

    Very cool photo, Austin!
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    Re: Ansel Adams documentary DVD

    I think these have been posted here before:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=am54LMSwz9E

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpCRx6Pq004&feature=related
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    Re: Light Leak?

    Until I saw the shadows cast by the lint (?) my initial thoughts were a light leak at the loading hinge tape, but now.............

    Looking at the direction of the shadows, the light source had to...
  19. Re: How to mount a Fujinon W 360/6.3 in Sinar DB lens board?

    Have you tried contacting Sinar? Your Fuji is mounted in a copal 3s shutter, the sironars and symmars are all in a copal 3, AFAIK. I don't know whether Sinar ever made a 3s mount. The dimensions...
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    Re: Tripod for handicapped

    [QUOTE=Brian C. Miller;686548]The Bogen 3036 is not spring loaded. If it was, it could cause serious damage. It is an extremely sturdy tripod, with three sections per leg, extending way out there. ...
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    Re: Tripod for handicapped

    I had a Neotec and, quite frankly, was entirely unimpressed.

    Pros: The legs extend individually by simply pulling on them (there is some resistance) and collapse by operating each leg release...
  22. Re: e6 chemistry in the usa .... help......

    I've gone through a couple gallons of the Arista. So far, so good. Only major difference from other 3-step developer kits like Tetenal is that the preferred developing temperature is 105 degrees...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Nice! Oh sure, it has a few wrinkles, but any Pinto that has not had the paint burned off the back half of it is a pretty rare find!;)
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    Re: LF definition?

    It's déjà vu all over again



    Yes, but that was posted in the November LF definition thread, Kirk. This is the December LF definition thread.

    So, I have a Hulcherama panoramic camera that...
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    Re: Large Format Photography - 2010 Survey

    Hey, don't make fun of my hat. I like my hat. Beam me up, Scotty!
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    Re: Large Format Photography - 2010 Survey

    .......and if you find such conspiracy theories objectionable and think there are knee-jerk reactionaries involved, then just don't respond. But to take the time to look, comment, and...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Ditto. Beautiful photographs!
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    Re: Large Format Photography - 2010 Survey

    Ah! I stand corrected. Thanks Robert.
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    Re: Large Format Photography - 2010 Survey

    Really not afraid of anything, Pawlowski, jut a question of propriety. While infocast.nl might plant a cookie or be phishing for info, my best guess on the purpose of the post is this: bjdejong is a...
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    Re: Large Format Photography - 2010 Survey

    Frankly, I am with Gem Singer on this. The "survey" may be harmless but it doesn't belong here nevertheless. The OP could have just as easily asked the same questions via one of the polls that are...
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    Re: Please show your 6x17 pictures

    Hmm. No, none of the rolls of 120 film that I have say "medium format film for medium format cameras". Film type is not the deciding factor. This is the Large Format PHOTOGRAPHY Forum, not the...
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    Re: West Virginia Fall Colours

    Riverman, you may have left a day too soon. I just got back today. Colors were late, but suddenly "popped" at mid-elevations on Tuesday. By Wednesday they were on their way out and today...
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    Re: West Virginia Fall Colours

    Have you considered shorter jumps?:D
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    Re: West Virginia Fall Colours

    Don't be surprised if the colors are close to a week late this year. I took a trip into the area last week and things didn't look too promising. Just compared notes with a friend who was there this...
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    Re: West Virginia Fall Colours

    The higher elevations (3800-4800 feet) are usually at peak during the first week of October, and sometimes a bit earlier. Mid elevations (2600-3800) usually peak the second week. The real beauty of...
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    Re: Niagara Falls to Columbus Ohio

    Keith, try Hocking Hills State Park, not too far south of Columbus.
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    Re: Kodak E6 Chemical Cost

    B&H and Adorama have recently discontinued E-6 kits:( . Freestyle still carries the Arista 3-step E-6 in quart and gallon kits.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I've come back to this shot a few times myself. Nice subtle colors (something I am apparently completely unable to do), interesting contrast between cool blue/greys and warm highlights in the rocks...
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    Re: You do shoot nice cars, don't you ...

    Actually, I never thought the AC looked all that great until Shelby got hold of it and did the fender flares and fat tires - what a transformation! As for the Triumphs, the TR6 is timeless (well,...
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    Re: You do shoot nice cars, don't you ...

    Nice shots, Daniel. I still drool uncontrollably every time I see an AC Cobra!
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