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    Re: Epson V750 and V850

    Good info to know.
    Thanks Richard
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    Re: Epson V750 and V850

    Alan, thanks for that link. In the overall scale of things , that is really not a bad price.
    Wilderness, thanks for the thoughts and idea. Most likely when I order the scanner I will get the...
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    Re: Epson V750 and V850

    Ahhh! The Bell, I think I saw that someplace before. I own a small machine shop so I may be able to make a glass 5x7 carrier with a bit o’ luck.
    Thank you Pere.
    Cheers Richard
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    Re: Epson V750 and V850

    Chester, thanks for chiming in! I’m hoping I can get the resolution to print at least to 24” on the short, 5” side of the neg. Sure hope so.

    Pere, you wrote, “...as the LR lens is focused on the...
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    Epson V750 and V850

    Hey Folks,
    Been toying with the idea of getting one of these scanners for 5x7 film. I understand that the claimed scan resolution for these scanners are 6200 or 6400 ppl but I understand that this...
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    Re: TMY, XTOL, and a Scanner...

    Great thread....thanks too all
    Cheers Richard
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    Re: Trouble viewing photographs

    Thanks...Even mine that I posted here years ago are missing...Oh well know I know more than ever why we should shoot more film.
    Thanks and cheers, Richard
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    Trouble viewing photographs

    Hi Hope you folks can solve the problem. Title says it all. The text displays just fine, but no photos, not even an empty square. Help!
    Cheers Richard
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    Re: Does Xtol expire

    Pere, thanks for that simple appearing test.
    Cheers Richard
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    Re: Does Xtol expire

    Roger that!
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    Re: My Dream lens.

    Dreamy looking photographs with your lens Mr. Tran, sort of an Orten look. Nice!
    Cheers Richard
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    Re: Does Xtol expire

    I’ll give it a try Eric...I sure won’t throw it away.
    Thanks and cheers,Richard
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    Does Xtol expire

    Hi Folks,
    I found a bag of Xtol, actually two bags A&B that mix together to make five liters. I think I bought it around 2010 along with some Rapid fix. Do you think it may still be good. I most...
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    Re: DSLR Scanner: Light Sources

    Great! Thanks Peter.
    Cheers, Richard
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    Re: DSLR Scanner: Light Sources

    Thanks for that link Peter. I could not find the length and width dimensions though. How do you find the distribution of light across the panel?
    Cheers Richard

    PS, Peter, where can I find the...
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    Re: DSLR Scanner: Light Sources

    i Have not read the entire thread, so please excuse me if it has been previously mentioned. What about using a Wacom Tablet with a diffuser made from translucent white plexiglass over the screen of...
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    Re: Special order 5x7 film from Kodak

    hi, i'm down for 100 sheets,

    regards, Richard
  18. Re: Q.T. Luong in the latest issue of "rangefinder" magazine.

    I think this will get you there. http://www.rangefindermag.com/storage/articles/RF0610_Loung_Burnham.pdf
  19. Q.T. Luong in the latest issue of "rangefinder" magazine.

    Nice writeup with a few nice LF photos with his 5x7.

    Regards, Richard
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Joel....Just beautiful.

    Richard
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    Re: post your trees!

    Thanks for the kind words Sascha. It was an easy target...No lugging camera gear, truck was 10 feet from my tripod location. If you, or anyone gets the oppurtunity to do a "swamp walk" with Clyde...
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    Re: post your trees!

    Taken at Clyde Butcher's back yard. 5x7, fp4+, diafine, 150 Sironar S., Orange filter. 30 seconds and windy.

    Regards, Richard
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    Re: Wet Mount Scanning Fluid

    Thanks Ian.

    Regards, Richard
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    Re: Wet Mount Scanning Fluid

    Thank you for all the informative replies. I'm off tomorrow for a trip west to, hopefully, do a lot of photography.
    Thanky.

    Regards, Richard
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    Re: Wet Mount Scanning Fluid

    Ian,

    Thank you for your informative reply. I never doubted Bruces ability. He has, as you, some lovely images and knows his way, according to his website, about scanning, but a more in depth...
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    Re: Wet Mount Scanning Fluid

    You missed, or maybe not, the point regarding the debacle with Perrier a number of years ago. And from experience, getting things through the FDA approval process is more how facts and paper work is...
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    Re: Wet Mount Scanning Fluid

    This is Azteks MSDS on their mounting fluid.

    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/pdf/msds/kami_scanner_fluids/Kami_Scanner_Mounting_Fluid.pdf

    Regards, Richard
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    Re: Wet Mount Scanning Fluid

    Just because a household "chemical" is bottled in a container to clean toilet bowls does not mean you can't use that same chemical to brush your teeth, if that same "chemical" happens to be a major...
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    Re: Wet Mount Scanning Fluid

    Hi Shilesh,

    Please tell us more. What, if you do, mix it with? In what proportion?

    Inquiring minds want to know.

    Thanks for the input.

    Regards, Richard
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    Wet Mount Scanning Fluid

    I recall reading somewhere that some brand/s of scanning fluid is 10% mineral oil and 90% Naptha. I have used light mineral oil in the past but it is a pain to clean. Used mild dishwashing detergent,...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Preston,
    Very nice indeed.

    Regards, Richard
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Ken, Thanks again for the tips I worked on the clouds and details some more.

    Regards, Richard
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Hi,
    In this last image (I promise) I darkened the L & R foreground hill-sides and the UL corner of the sky. The BG mountain was lightend a bit. Thanks again for the help.
    Regards, Richard
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Hi Ken,

    Thank you for the critique. I darkened the top of the sky abit along with the darkening of the foreground trees. I think views better. I enjoy your work and appriciate your ideas and...
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Salmon Glacier, taken in SE Alaska. Just north of the town of Hyder, AK. Salmon Glacier maybe just across the border into British Columbia though.

    Richard
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    I like the ratio of the 5x7. I really need to shoot more 5x7 and help keep film in the supply chain. This was shot with my Shen Hao 5x7 it is a bit on the heavy side that is why I'm looking for a 5x7...
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    Re: wide angle lens

    Hi John,

    Great photos..I hope to get over to your gallery soon.

    Regards, Richard
    Florida Keys
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    Re: Orange Mask of Color Negative Film

    Hi,
    After reading the above posts a thoght came to me, (they are rarely occuring phenomina though). I wonder if one could scan in, say, 48 bit color positive then read the RGB values and somehow use...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Jiri, That is just lovely..

    Regards, Richard
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Wow! What great photographs. Here's one from Hyder, AK. Salmon glacier. 5x7, Ilford fp4+, 210mm Apo Symmar, polarizer. Diafine. microtek 1800f.

    Regards, Richard
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