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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    https://grandes-images.com/fr/Patrimoine_%26_Restauration.html#11
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    Re: Large Format Interiors

    Le Grand Café de la Terrasse, Morlaix

    http://grandes-images.com/en/Architecture.html#7
  3. Re: Greetings from East Anglia, UK (Assistance with a Documentary appreciated)

    He's not local but, IMO, John Brewer would take some beating for depth of knowledge on wet plate

    http://www.johnbrewerphotography.com/wetplate-collodion-workshops
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    Re: Hello from France!

    Moi aussi. (22310) :)
  5. Re: Ebony asymmetrical is it worth paying for?

    Yes, the annoying thing is that there is no duty on digital camera bodies :-( The VAT is worked out in a peculiar way: first, you take the basic price and work out the duty on that. Then you add the...
  6. Re: Ebony asymmetrical is it worth paying for?

    Why not save even more and have it shipped? Even with the duty 6.7%, delivery at $50 and VAT, it's usually still cheaper and you don't have to take any risks.

    At the current rate, a SV45Te from...
  7. Re: Ebony asymmetrical is it worth paying for?

    Hi Tim

    Wherever the marks on the screen are, it still stands that the axis of asymmetric tilt on an Ebony is not on the plane of focus, so you will still get variance in where the actual point of...
  8. Re: Ebony asymmetrical is it worth paying for?

    I think you may have hit on the crux of the matter, in that any kind of axis tilt will apear revolutionary when someone has only ever learned base tilts.



    Certainly, in my experience, there are...
  9. Re: Ebony asymmetrical is it worth paying for?

    Having an SV45Te myself and having tried out a friends 45SU, I would say no, it is not worth it. You already have symmetric tilt due to the axis tilt on the lensboard. This means that you can choose...
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    Re: Mobile Style is installed

    Hi Tom

    Just to let you know that the mobile style is still not "sticking" on navigation to subsequent pages.

    Also, trying to edit a reply in the "Quick Reply" is nigh on impossible, especially...
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    Re: Mobile Style is installed

    Hi Tom

    Sorry but the mobile skin doesn't "stick". Every page that you go to reverts to the default style :(

    I did persist in following through, resetting the mobile style on every page, in...
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    Re: Delta 100 reciprocity values

    Whatever you do, ignore Ilford's official table. It's the same as for a lot of their films and, from experience, the reciprocity failure curve is nowhere near as steep. You can easily do a couple of...
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    Re: Now this is LARGE format

    I may never be satisfied with 4x5 again :eek: ;)
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    Re: Calculating DIY Lens Shade Dimensions

    If you are going to DIY, then look at something more like "barn door" shades, similar to those used for lighting.

    Tubes will tend to vignette a lot sooner than a rectangular shade.
  15. Re: Building a Photoshop machine for editing BIG files

    Unlike Windows, OS X supports both 32bit and 64bit drivers and programs at the same time.

    I switched to MAcs about 4 years ago and would never switch back to Windows.
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    Re: Windows via Bootcamp on a Mac

    Boot Camp is definitely a total waste of time; you can't do anything to interact between the Windows and Mac environments.

    I am primarily a software developer and have been using Parallels for...
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    Re: 10x8 B+W developing in UK

    Try MPS Imaging in Liverpool.
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    Re: Exposure latitude with 4x5

    Whatever you do, don't take Ilford's reciprocity chart for Delta 100 too seriously, it appears to be the same chart as for FP4 and several other films.

    The truth is that many films have very...
  19. Re: Some advices about changing the Ebony GG with a Maxwell

    If it looks too bright outdoors, you could always close down the aperture a bit :D

    IMO, you can never have too much light on a GG screen; the Maxwell is a superb choice. Buy it, fit it and enjoy.
  20. Re: Some advices about changing the Ebony GG with a Maxwell

    Aha! Sorry, I was assuming "small format" :rolleyes:

    Anyway, have a great Christmas.
  21. Re: Some advices about changing the Ebony GG with a Maxwell

    It's not difficult, as long as you are careful not to touch the surfaces of the Maxwell screen with your bare fingers. I have replaced the screen on both an SV45Te and a 45S; they both have two...
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    Re: Assigning RAM to Photoshop

    That'll be because earlier versions of PS could only use 3GB maximum. What version are you using?
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    Re: Hello from old Europe

    Salut Manet. As-tu entendu du site Galerie Photo et ses forums ? Là, on peut trouver des "chambrists", des "argentists" mais, surtout, des bons amis. Et tu parles l'anglais meilleur que je parle le...
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    Re: Using an Epson v700 for documents

    Sounds like it could be a good idea. The only proviso I would make is that scanning lots of paper before scanning negs might just introduce dust into the scanner body, which is not exactly sealed...
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    Re: Newbie with a SV45TE

    An excellent choice :)


    Take a look at the Calumet "Changing Room"


    Ask the lab if they have a spare 3-part box, for the first couple of times; after that, you should have accumulated some...
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    Re: Purple line through my scanned negative

    If it were an Epson scanner, I would immediately say, "check the prescan calibration area of the glass for dirt". Does the Microtek have anything similar?
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    Re: Lens hoods advice

    Yes, as has been mentioned, that is what the cut corners on the GG screen are for. Simply peer through each corner towards the stopped down iris on the lens;if you see anything other than a full...
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    Re: Lens hoods advice

    :D ;)
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    Re: Lens hoods advice

    Inernal reflections, internal reflections…

    The more ridges in the shade, the more chance of eliminating them.
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    Re: Lens hoods advice

    Indeed. Having seen the Sinar setup, they are obviously interested in getting the very best out of the camera, providing for being able to use bellows as a compendium shade and providing adjustable...
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    Re: Lens hoods advice

    I saw that article some time ago and found it interesting and the results are certainly demonstrably better than no hood. In theory such a short hood doesn't quite give the protection that a longer...
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    Re: Lens hoods advice

    Yes, from personal experience. Even with a Lee Hood, which is only really long enough for a 90mm lens, the difference in contrast is noticeable even on a 210mm lens.

    I also attended a masterclass,...
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    Re: Lens hoods advice

    The big difference between the Lee hoods and the others, is that, with the Lee hoods, you get a compendium hood that can be adjusted to suit the focal length of the lens.

    You do realise that...
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    Re: Lens hoods advice

    Yes, but once you have the Lee system, it will work on all your lenses; all you would need is one adapter per different lens filter screw size.
  35. Re: Building a computer for photoshop, need some advice please...

    I hate to be a party pooper but, are you aware that it is against the EULA for OS X to install it on anything other than Apple hardware? The reason is that, without the version that comes with every...
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    Re: Hello from Southport, UK

    Hi from Southport, well Birkdale actually :D
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    Re: Strange goings on with V700???

    The end with the two protrusions provides an area where there is no image and that is used to calibrate the scanner before it goes on to scan the film. If that small gap is missing, the scanner...
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    Re: Strange goings on with V700???

    You must make sure that the "prescan" area is in the same position as the standard holders; i.e. closest to the hinge.
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    Re: Pome, (with appologies to W.S. Gilbert)

    Bill, you gave me a smile this morning :) It is so true of so many people who own such cameras (I won't refer to them as photographers)
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    Re: Ilford 4x5 Pinhole Camera

    The cameras are made by Mike Walker http://www.walkercameras.com/index.html, so you know they've got to be good :)
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