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    Re: New 8x10 for under $500? Interest levels?

    Talk to Intrepid first.
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    Re: Film Drying, Best Practices

    Glad it worked for you Kirk. Hurrah!
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    Re: View Camera has ceased publication

    I might add as a side note, a few people I know had told me that they stopped subscribing to View Camera several years ago, yet were still recieving copies, I wonder how many unpaid subscriptions...
  4. Re: Fast Wides vs "slow" wides and night photography

    Thanks Bob!
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    Re: View Camera has ceased publication

    I posted this in the other thread but...

    That's a shame. So what happens to those who've already paid for their subscription?

    Not to beat a dead horse, but to be honest, I subscribed and have...
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    Re: View Camera magazine ceasing publication

    That's a shame. So what happens to those who've already paid for their subscription?

    Not to beat a dead horse, but to be honest, I subscribed and have only had 3 issues delivered so far, but I was...
  7. Re: Fast Wides vs "slow" wides and night photography

    Thanks Bob, I mean, why? As in the science behind it.

    Also, how far out does it actually affect? Like, the 150 covers 11x14, but if you use an 8x10 or 4x5 will it matter more or less?

    But more...
  8. Re: Fast Wides vs "slow" wides and night photography

    There's tech info and there's artistic choice. The ideals of each don't always line up.

    My statement above was supposed to be helpful, meaning, you can be given all the info, but you can't be...
  9. Re: Fast Wides vs "slow" wides and night photography

    You can lead a horse to water...

    Can't we all just get along?
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    Re: Film Drying, Best Practices

    I'll second Edgar, excellent service and no dust, can't hurt to call him and ask.
  11. Re: Fast Wides vs "slow" wides and night photography

    Listen to Bob mostly and ignore the rest is my suggestion.

    However from personal experience f/16 with 100 speed film will only give faint trails, either 400 speed film or f/11 or f/8 would be...
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    Re: Writing down the details

    I make notes in my phone's note area, then it's always accessible to me through the cloud wherever I am and I don't lose it.
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    Re: Incoming Saltzman!

    Operational yes of sorts, in use, no. The darkroom itself isn't finished, the last wall isn't ok, the sink isn't in, the plumbing isn't in, the electrical box that needs moving to be to code isn't...
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    Re: Incoming Saltzman!

    Gotcha Randy, that sounds lighter, hope you can lift it with 3. I have a smaller model, but my post was attached to the base when we lifted it into the trailer.

    I was told it would be difficult to...
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    Re: Incoming Saltzman!

    What pictures? The OP hasn't posted any.



    Yea, the huge condensers get tossed for the cold light systems over the years, I also have the condenser and housing. The light source "holder" can...
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    Re: Show Me Your Night Shots!

    You mean using tungsten film? Or you mean using tungsten compensating filter?

    Reciprocity makes sense.
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    Re: Show Me Your Night Shots!

    Why specifically is Provia100f the best for that? Best how? Thanks!
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    Re: Film Drying, Best Practices

    FWIW I reuse my fixer multiple times until the fixer check stuff turns white.

    I use chlorinated water from the tap that IS filtered but it's just a filter under the sink for normal drinking water...
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    Re: Film Drying, Best Practices

    Hope it works.

    They have handheld ones that range from $40-$75 like this one.
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    Film Drying, Best Practices

    Kirk,

    I'm going to second the "I steam up my bathroom before hanging my film" sentient.

    I've also found that this method of the steam enveloping the dust particles and then drags them to the...
  21. Poll: Re: Poll: Tmax400 (TMY-2) vs Tri-X Pro (320TXP), which do you favor more?

    Wow thanks for those details! Awesome read! Sorry about the non-credit that's frustrating. Glad that machine is still working and continuing to be utilized so well.
  22. Poll: Re: Poll: Tmax400 (TMY-2) vs Tri-X Pro (320TXP), which do you favor more?

    Sorry Bob, I was going off what I thought Oren had said.

    Why can't a LightJet / Lambda expose any kind of light sensitive material? Isn't it just basically a projector like any other enlarger...
  23. Poll: Poll: Tmax400 (TMY-2) vs Tri-X Pro (320TXP), which do you favor more?

    He said they used a LightJet drew. So the PS file was grouped as a 4 image shot and then exposed onto the 8x10 as a single exposure.
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    Re: 8x10 US Olympics Team photos

    Cool
  25. Poll: Re: Who is shooting what format? Your reply requested.

    So, not so professional? ;)

    Just kidding around, but yes put 4x5
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    Re: Why can't I stay logged in?

    Does your cache regularly delete/clear?
  27. Poll: Re: Who is shooting what format? Your reply requested.

    4x5, 8x10, 14x17 wish we could poll more than 10 sizes, this doesn't help as much with any concrete data if all the sizes aren't accounted for.

    Maybe have separate polls for the smaller sizes and...
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    Re: Lets see how you store your gear!

    Pelican rolling case or Photobackpacker backpack.
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    Re: Buying 8x10 film in Brussels?

    You might be better off looking for a PERSON who might potentially have some spare boxes than a store that carries stock.

    If you have no-luck here, check out the ilford darkroom project, it was...
  30. Re: Rodenstock Apo Sironar S 210mm 5,6 Copal 1 help

    Why does a Kodak lens board cost a lot to mount? What am I missing?

    I only use Technika and Sinar boards, but I've never payed someone else to mount them, mounting is a piece of cake, I hope...
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    Re: Jobo 3005 tank and Beseler Motor Base

    Mine always did a partial rotation one way, but a different amount of rotation the other direction, so eventually through a few back-and-forth rotations, eventually you get all the film rotated so...
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    Re: Scanning Wet Mount Fluid

    Is there a place to buy the Kami fluid besides direct from the manufacturer, they want like $30 for shipping a tiny bottle. It's a little ridiculous.
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    Re: Feedback on moderation

    I did say I used to be guilty of some on a previous post and that I am continuing to work on that.

    Also again, the entire point seems to have been overlooked and focussed on the incidental...
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    Re: Feedback on moderation

    I've said enough, don't worry about who is who, the point seems to have been misunderstood.

    Good luck everyone in whatever you do.
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    Feedback on moderation

    pjd and Jmarmck,

    You're not one of the people I'm referring to either, I mean people with little world experience who claim to be, people who tell tall tales to make themselves sound like they are...
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    How to clean LF glass?

    Doremus, no I don't disassemble the actual shutter, just the lens elements, so not inside the actual shutter mechanism, just the surface.

    The alcohol is mostly for nasty Photpgrapher finger...
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    Re: How to clean LF glass?

    I use alcohol to clean the entire lens and shutter, only on modern lenses/shutters, then use water after to clear the streaking, then use a micro-fiber cloth, then blow it all out and re-assemble.
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  38. Re: lens that will fit inside closed horseman 45hd

    How about this?

    http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160716/fa095c66f69657fa4be8ef73d366e0c9.jpg

    http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160716/4cdb5b0e5f6661e7cf1db54de340a584.jpg

    It's about 127mm I...
  39. Re: DIY 1 to 1 fixed focus 14x17 box portrait camera questions

    Oh I hear you on that front! Good luck! Wish I had one!
  40. DIY 1 to 1 fixed focus 14x17 box portrait camera questions

    Hey Randy.

    I did something much simpler to make it a true fixed focus box camera (it's a cardboard box) and is much lighter.

    You could probably just remove the front and rear frames from the...
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