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  1. Thread: Ruins

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    Re: Ruins

    I like this one very much, too, slavatokar. The infrared film really makes it. It makes me want to try using it some time.
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    Re: Using slide-in filters mounted on lens

    I have no special knowledge in this area but I don't buy it. Modern lenses at least are very robustly engineered, and the weight of a filter and lens hood isn't going to affect it at all. Although if...
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    Re: Post your (intimate) woodland scenes

    Lichens and fungi enjoying the most Fall weather a couple of weeks ago. I think the large one
    at the bottom is called "false reindeer moss" Cladonia subtenuis.
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  4. Re: Crazy Horse on the subject of portrait photography

    Very much agreed.

    When I want to "go shooting", I take one of my guns to the range and make holes in paper targets (or rarely, aged laptops).

    When I go out with my camera, I am "photographing",...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Very nice, David.

    Those are hemlock trees, are they not? Around here most of the hemlocks are under attack from the wooly adelgid (Adelges tsuga) and are in decline, which
    is a great shame.
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Thanks, gentlemen.
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    Re: Citric and acetic acid as stop (bath)

    Agree with Doremus, citric acid should be discarded at the end of the session (but it is good for quite a few sheets of film or paper).

    Aside from being odorless, it is very cheap if you buy it in...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Yesterday afternoon, during a pause in the drizzle.

    https://www.josephoharaphotography.com/img/s/v-10/p3682025049.jpg

    Goshen.
  9. Re: Gear that comes from non-photography sources

    If you aren't in a pig-raising part of the country, you can do a similar thing with seedling mats. They are intended to go under flats of, you know, seedlings to help them germinate faster.

    I...
  10. Re: Adobe is going to only sell subscription based Photoshop

    Interesting. I installed CS3 on my IMac some years ago, when it was current, and not long thereafter disconnected the IMac from the internet.
    Every time I fire up PS, it tells me that it can't...
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    Re: Aspect ratio of 10x8 and 5x4?

    I was wondering how this thread went on for six pages.

    Now I know.
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    Re: Need assist from admins

    Sorry, had a senior moment there, you're right of course. Thanks for your response.
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    Need assist from admins

    Gents,

    Trying to respond to a For Sale posting, I get:

    "Joe O'Hara, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:

    Your user account may...
  14. Re: I take back every bad word I have said about Kodak...

    I print on Ilford MG Warmtone FB using a cold-tone developer. I like the results. Since the Warmtone is noticeably softer than the regular MG Classic FB, I can develop the negatives a bit more, which...
  15. Re: I take back every bad word I have said about Kodak...

    I love TMAX 400 and don't use anything else, even though it is painfully expensive even in 4x5. The mind reels at what 8x10 costs.

    In addition to what was said above, it has a great ability to...
  16. Thread: Ruins

    by Joe O'Hara
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    Re: Ruins

    Wow. Great picture! And strange. I like it very much.
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    Re: Fire extinguisher recommendation

    I agree with MartinP. The usual big-box residential-type extinguishers that you have to show you have to get a certificate of occupancy around here are all powder-type.
    They will leave a mess of the...
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    Re: Hi from Boston!!

    Welcome, Claire. You have a very appropriate name for a photographer.
  19. Re: Photography and Plagiarism - A Personal Story

    Honestly speaking, I prefer yours very much.

    Thanks for not "retiring" it.
  20. Re: Photography and Plagiarism - A Personal Story

    I would have photographed that too!

    Not saying I would have printed it, though...
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    Re: Retain highlights with Tmax 100

    At the risk of stepping into, as an unbeliever, what might be a religious war :rolleyes:, I find that in all but
    the most extreme high contrast situations, Tmax 400 developed in D-23 1:4 with...
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    Re: Basic Landscape Composition Formulas..

    I don't necessarily disagree with what anyone said above. In fact I would strongly urge anyone who wants to make better pictures to look at many, many successful pictures by others. Both paintings,...
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    Re: In Memory of Bruce Barlow

    Evan's message is touching and deep. It reflects well on him and his late father. My condolences to Bruce's friends and loved ones.
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    Poll: Re: Poll: Stop Bath

    I like 1.5% citric acid solution. Odorless, and food suppliers on the internet sell it cheap. I never had a problem using
    acid fixer with Kodak film and I've been doing this a long time.

    I use an...
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    Re: Remembering OLIVER GAGLIANI

    Incredibly I had never heard of this man before. His work is haunting and memorable. Thanks to the OP for this remembrance.

    A trip to NYC to see the prints may be in order.
  26. Thread: Americana

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    Re: Americana

    That's a wonderful photograph, Thad.

    I am enjoying all of the work in this thread. Photography is so well suited to help us to remember these evanescent things.
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    Re: Selenium Toner question

    Thanks Doremus, it sounds like as usual you've thought this through very well.

    When I finally decide to start over with a new batch of KRST, I dump it into the same bucket that I dump
    my used...
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    Re: Tere from Estonia

    Your first photograph posted here is beautiful.

    We look forward to more.
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Perfect balance of artificial and natural light. You nailed it.

    Interesting to think how if we were to walk on board, it would seem so much brighter there, but the photograph
    tells us not so much.
  30. Re: My father's Clarinet teacher & Edward Weston

    Ken Lee said: "It strikes me as harder to make beautiful images in real black and white: a bit like doing a high-wire act without a net".

    That's more challenging than playing tennis without a net,...
  31. Re: My father's Clarinet teacher & Edward Weston

    Wow. That's a beauty.
  32. Thread: Red Rose

    by Joe O'Hara
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    Re: Red Rose

    I like your choice of the silver vase, with its patina. It is a nice complement to the flower.

    Do you know the name of that variety? I like roses.
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Thank you Louis. It was a beautiful morning. Spring is nice.
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    Re: Tere from Estonia

    Welcome indeed. There is nothing humble about Estonia as far as I'm concerned-- your countrymen outlived the evil of Communism in the 20th century with little or no help from the West. As well as...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    https://www.josephoharaphotography.com/img/s/v-10/p3402837379-5.jpg

    Wading River West Branch.
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    Re: My first 4x5

    Agree with Two23. Or a Wista, or a Canham... the point is, if you are into landscape, a field camera may be a better starting point than a monorail camera,
    if only because they are easier to pack...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Vaughn: I am quite fond of the vertical one as well.
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    Re: Stains on c41 film

    Benchat, FWIW, I had a similar problem trying to develop Ektar 100 in a Jobo tank in a controlled temperature bath, without the processing machine. The development step is so short (3:15) that it is...
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    Re: Having the most fun...

    That's where I hope to be tomorrow, and many other tomorrows.

    Nice photograph, I hope you can share it here some time in final form.
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    Re: Where/how to get rid of an enlarger?

    Randy Moe: "A working head is very important to most."

    I used to think that when I was younger. Nowadays, not so much.

    In fact...
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