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  1. Re: What’s your most “unpopular” opinion about LF?

    This has been a helpful thread for me. Thanks.

    Mine: Using a light meter is like using a tuning fork before playing every note of Devil’s Dream on the fiddle. (I am not there yet!)
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    Re: Monalog Collective Monalogfest

    I sent Michael an e-mail and waiting to hear back. Looks like a great event.
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    Re: Anyone else here on Instagram?

    The internet is a lawless frontier, venture in carefully. Yes, I have instagram, but post sparingly. Mostly watch the videos posted of my grandchildren.
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    I like the floating mount. How do you attach them to the backing?
  5. Re: B&W Reversal trouble-shooting (bleaching in particular)

    Yes, that bleach is unfamiliar to me also. Maybe it was depleted from exhaustion or age. With the dichromate bleach I’ve used this has never been a problem. Other possible problems could be the...
  6. Re: B&W Reversal trouble-shooting (bleaching in particular)

    Yes, that bleach is unfamiliar to me also. Maybe it was depleted from exhaustion or age. With the dichromate bleach I’ve used this has never been a problem. Other possible problems could be the...
  7. Re: How many color-based folks are still out there

    I did some color work today. Printed Fuji Crystal Archive from 6x7 negatives. I was very happy with the results. I mix my own chemicals the day I process. I think it might be easier and cheaper...
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    I love the shade that the green filter render for the foliage Tuco. Which green filter did you use?
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    Re: Making glass plate negative holder ideas.

    The my wooden Elwood negative carriers are really meant for plates. Likewise antique contact frames never had glass in them. Just drop the plate in carefully.
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Thanks for sharing your spinach anthotype process. First description I have seen of the process. Interesting that it is a positive process.
  11. Re: Shutter Speed... Flash... What Difference Does It Make?

    Another effect is extremely slow shutter speeds at night with the moving light of cars and such. The close subject lit by the flash will be clear and everything else blurs.
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    Re: Central Camera, Chicago

    Plan to change trains in Chicago next Tuesday and hope the shop is open.
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    Re: Post yer 35mm shots!

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/52000013379_db3f53dd14_z.jpgLeft Behind by Timothy Gordish, on Flickr
  14. Re: ‘Pure’ Landscape Photography Versus Including the Human Element

    Is this landscape?
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/52000011334_5a7709efef_z.jpgLost Horizon by Timothy Gordish, on Flickr
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    Re: Post yer 35mm shots!

    Lost Horizon
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/52000011334_5a7709efef_z.jpgLost Horizon by Timothy Gordish, on Flickr
  16. Re: Are print drums a more practical way to print big in a bathroom?

    Yes. I believe that would be a good solution. Even if you had the space, the only disadvantage to the drums would that you cannot see the magic of the image appearing as it develops. You can wash a...
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    Re: Journey to build a new darkroom - Build log

    Congratulations on your completed project. I love the whiteboard solution! I have a tiny board in mine. It’s time for a larger one.
  18. Re: Using up all my film, paper and chemicals----------not me

    I have never been able to hoard up a supply of film and paper. I just seems to get gone. But then I try to keep my photo materials budget to $150 a month.
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    Re: About signing prints

    I only sign my Ziatypes. They are contact prints so I write the title and date on the edge of the negative in very fine pen. This then prints through and can be seen. I then write my mark in the...
  20. Thread: Self Portraits

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    Re: Self Portraits

    Love the yurt! We don’t live in one, but enjoy staying in them when we can. I am also contemplating the convertible Symmar 180mm so good see an example with another Symmar convertable.
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    Re: Post yer 35mm shots!

    Nice action shot! I am contemplating getting a new set with digital lane controls, lap counters etc. for my basement. Just rearranged it today and it looks like I could find a good spot to set it...
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    Re: Beeranol Results

    I am suspicious of the results of good tasting beer. The laboratory plant which produces Bud probably adds a special ingredient to help it develop the film.
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    Beeranol Results

    Curiosity got me. I had to try beeranol developer and post my results so others might know what happened.

    I followed precisely the formula from Digital Truth with Budweiser, washing soda, and...
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    Re: Returning to the dark (room).

    Welcome, and join the fun.
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    Re: My work in Cluster London art fair.

    Thanks Popdoc!
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    Re: My work in Cluster London art fair.

    Here is a shot of the display.
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    Re: Austin Granger Interview

    Congratulations! I love your philosophy and work.
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    Re: My work in Cluster London art fair.

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    My work in Cluster London art fair.

    My work went on a sort of public display for the first time since 1986. I was invited to participate in an art fair at Oxo tower in London. As I looked at some of the other work, I don't really...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Robert. Good luck with your submission. Very nice work.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    I suspect that the bearded members are the more faithful large format users. Looks like fun.
  32. Re: Ottawa Feb 11 & Feb 16 '22 Truckers Freedom Convoy

    This is particularly difficult lighting and subject…and in color! Important work. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Film development according to Kodak

    With all the science of this subject, it is still a subjective subject. Personally, (subjectively) I enjoy looking at photographs with midtones that appear rich and lavish. I have found that when I...
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    Re: Developer Formulas for C-41 film?

    Here is a good reference I use: https://www.bonavolta.ch/hobby/en/photo/c41_ra4_chemicals.htm. I have been experimenting with these for about a year. I use the divided bleach and fix formula for...
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    Re: Post yer 35mm shots!

    Alan. Yes, a 35 f2.5 on my 35.
  36. Re: How many film holders do you bring for a day out?

    My practice is to take 2-3 holders. That way I can process all in one batch. My b&w tank holds six. I made a pouch which I sling over my shoulder so that I have quick access to them when my camera...
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    Re: Post yer 35mm shots!

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51833959432_43e2becc98_k.jpgEntwined by Timothy Gordish, on Flickr

    Nikonos III with 35mm lens. FP4 printed on Multigrade.
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    Re: No Rectangles No Edge Prints?

    An old fashion way to more natural boarders was the oval vignette.
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    Re: Anyone else printing smaller?

    Sometimes I feel that prints larger than 11x14 tend to become mere interior design elements in a room. I do enjoy the atmosphere they bring, but just not the way I see while working with a camera. ...
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    Re: Journey to build a new darkroom - Build log

    Thanks for sharing. I built my darkroom about a year ago. I used a elevated drain also, but was able to raise my sink a bit to be at the level of the drain. Instead of a drain pump you could save...
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