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    Re: ?? Gummy residue on Bregger film??

    KEITH - thanks for the suggestion

    Francis
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    ?? Gummy residue on Bregger film??

    I just started using a box of 20 x 24 Bregger film

    Film Panchro ISO 200

    Support: Polyester 175

    No. Emulsion 7312

    No date on the film but I am guessing it is from the 1980's or 1990's
  3. Re: Educational Resource Lost..... Bruce Barlow

    Richard,

    My copy of Finely Focused just arrived. Highly recommended. This is a GREAT resource and a nice way to benefit the Vermont Center of Photography.

    Best,

    Francis Fullam
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    Re: Ritter 11x14 Feedback

    I have the Ritter 20x24 - which I believe is the same basic design as the 11 x14.

    I have shot with the camera for several years now in the studio and in the field and I can testify to how well...
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    Re: Very large lens filters ??

    Jody and Steve,

    Thanks for the advice and direction

    Francis
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    Very large lens filters ??

    I have a couple of large lenses for b&w shooting and I do not want to buy filters for each one. I thought that if I just got the largest size, I could use it for the different lenses. They range...
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual film order

    My local camera store said they had been contacted by Ilford about the Special Order this year. The store asked if I was interested in the Special Order for 2020. This would suggest that it would be...
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    Re: Front mounted Sinar Copal

    Greg, thanks for sharing your experience. I will be sure to take care of this when I am out shooting next.
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    Front mounted Sinar Copal

    In sorting out the various elements of using my Ritter 20 x 24, I was not getting the consistency I needed with a lens cap shutter (30 inch Red Dot Artar). Looked a various options and taking into...
  10. Re: Which State is the Best State for Landscape Photographers to Live?

    Clearly the most pointless and interesting thread I have read in a while.

    And the answer is simple. It is not a state, it is an island. Monhegan
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    Re: Human sized camera

    Sounds like you need a pretty large lens.

    Scroll through this link and on the second page you will find a landscape image (the only one I believe) taken with the custom made Fuu-Diing-Chen lens...
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    Re: Anyone Use Shanghai GP3 Film in 4x5 and 8x10

    Bought a box of ten 20 x 24 sheets last year and just got around to trying it last weekend. Shot 4 so far and seems OK....except for obvious manufacturing defect on one sheet. A clear dot in...
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    Re: Hello From Wisconsin

    Welcome !

    Since you are in the area I wanted to suggest joining the Midwest Large Format Asylum. It is free and a great way to connect with nice people with similar interests. The facebook page...
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    Re: How to get into ULF?

    I agree there is much repetition in the field but I would suggest that these men are not "bored" but grizzled :) You comment did inspire me to actually try flowers in ULF. Will see if I can do...
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    Re: How to get into ULF?

    "Anything worth doing is worth doing badly."

    I would agree that trying your hand at 4 x 5 would be worth your time to understand the work flow and process. Then you can jump to ULF if you wish. ...
  16. Re: Three Views of Manzanar: Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange and Toyo Miyatake

    Thank you so much for sharing. I was only aware of Ansel Adams' work. This is an important documentary to the larger context - and the power of photgraphy to tell a story.
  17. Re: "Ansel Adams and Richard Wasserman: From The Mountains To The Prairies"

    Looking forward .....see you there. Let me know when the opening is.
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    New Reversal Product - Roba Apposta??

    Does anyone have any expereince with this new Italian 2 bath product, Roba Apposta, to reverse film or paper? Made by Branco Ottico

    http://www.brancoottico.fineartlabo.com/
  19. Re: Midwest Large Format Asylum Print Show January 27th

    Looking forward to seeing old friends and meeting new ones. This is the most friendly and receptive of all the photogroups I have attended, especially to new people.

    Francis Fullam
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  20. Re: MWLFA LF Print Show January 25, Chesterton, Indiana

    I encourge others to attend. This is the best of all the photo events I have attended. Remarkable work and supportive group of the likeminded.
  21. Re: Any darkrooms in New England with 8x10 Enlargers?

    Check https://www.cameracommons.com/index.html
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    Re: Shipping Container Camera

    ...not quite sure of the benefits...

    I agree and I spend more time than should thinking about this issue. Big is not automatically good but what are instances where the size, skill and subject...
  23. Re: Mat conservation for a vintage Laura Gilpin print ??

    Thanks for all the helpful thoughts about options. I ended up going to see Brian Flax at his framing shop on Wabash Ave in Chicago. The glass was broken so I replaced it with a UV protection glass....
  24. Re: Mat conservation for a vintage Laura Gilpin print ??

    Thanks for all the helpful suggestions. I even took the suggestion to contact Martha Sandweiss. She suggested the double matting approach. I will check in with the Chicago Art Institute before...
  25. Mat conservation for a vintage Laura Gilpin print ??

    I recently found a 1940 print of my uncle by Laura Gilpin in the attic. The print was not stored under ideal conditions. Print may be platinum - about 8 inch by 9 inch. It is in perfect condition. ...
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    Re: Show off your ULF camera

    Mark, yes it is a Sampson. Thanks for advice about legs..I will watch them. Here are some samples of things I have taken and contact printed 20x24. Sorry for the iphone pix....it is a digital as I...
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    Re: Show off your ULF camera

    Dan,
    The lens was commissioned a few years ago for a camera much bigger than mine. The lens was available. It was not within capacity to resist buying the lens. I though I would be able to get...
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    Re: Show off your ULF camera

    My first 20 x 24 was like an 8th grade science project - foam board and duct tape. The big box camera was easy and quick to make. It was the foam board film holder that was hard to make. It worked...
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    Re: Hi from the Northwest Suburbs (Chicago)

    Welcome, I think you will find this group the welcoming, supportive and well informed for all you online needs. There are local groups to meet up with in person when you have interests. I recommend...
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    Re: Central Camera Chicago & Ilford NEWS

    Chiago is such a great town for photography. Central Camera is kind of a epicenter. Gallery scene is pretty great too.

    15 min walk from Central Camera there is the Peter Lik Gallery. ...
  31. Thread: Allen Hess ??

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    Allen Hess ??

    Allen Hess is a supergreat b&w photographer with work in important collections. I am trying to acquire a copy of his image of Mt. St Hellens that was in View Camera magizine. Am trying to track him...
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    Re: Central Camera Chicago & Ilford NEWS

    Central Camera is the real deal. The kind of place that has almost vanished. But CC and staff are totally committed to what they do and helping. Great new digital stuff stuff, mind boggling vintage...
  33. Re: 7th Annual Large and Ultra Large Format Meet and Greet

    Thanks for the preview shots..Look forward to lots more of the actual event. Thee is a lot of interest among those of us who can't make it. I am aiming for next year.
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    2019 Ilford Special Order period now open

    Anyone have an idea about the 2019 speical order period?

    Moderator's note: the 2019 special order period is now open, see post #6 below.
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    Re: Suggestions for April LF photo trips?

    Monhegan Island off the coast of ME is a perfect kind of place. Your camera will beg you take more pictures

    http://monheganwelcome.com/

    Just made a trip to Bisbee AZ for the first time. A...
  36. Re: 3rd Annual Southern California Large and Ultra-Large Format Photographers’ “Meet

    I have been following this event for years and will try to make it this year to connect with others ULFers. Illinois is far but I think I can do it as a day trip.
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    Finding Allen Hess ??

    A few years ago I saw a work by large format photographer Allen Hess in Vew Camera magizine. A beautiful work of Mt. St. Helens.
    I have listings of his works in museums

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  38. Re: MIdwest Large Format Asylum 1/26- anyone going?

    Check the facebook page

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/275113417230/
  39. Re: MIdwest Large Format Asylum 1/26- anyone going?

    Last year was the first year I went to this long standing annual event. For me it was very much an ideal gathering. Friendly people...wonderful talent...very comfortable gathering and sharing. I...
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    Jan 26, 2019 LF Meet Up Chesterton IN

    Annual Inspirational Saturday/Print Review of the Midwest Large Format Asylum is coming up Jan 26 in Chesterton Indiana

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/275113417230/

    It has been going for years...
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