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    Re: Photo Era Favorite & Why

    Heh, heh, heh.... We be typists and sh...stuff.
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    Re: Photo Era Favorite & Why

    I'd vote for the EPA era. Some outstanding work came out of a lot of photographers who might not have otherwise reached the heights they did.
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    Re: Horseman L45 With Wide Angle

    I have an L45 and a 75mm Rodenstock. Without a recessed lens board,it doesn't quite reach infinity, but stopped down, the DOF sorta-kinda gets you there. You're best off with a recessed lens board...
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    Re: LPL masking attachment

    In case anyone is interested...I went ahead and bid on that Omega masking attachment. It does NOT fit the LPL, however it slides into my Beseler 45MX like it was made for it. So I'll use it...just...
  5. Re: 2022 Your Favorite Image of You No rules

    I'm guessing the chute opened.
  6. Re: 2022 Your Favorite Image of You No rules

    A few years back, I edited a book of short stories for a small publishing house. I learned that one of the authors I'd selected lived in a nursing home down in Massachusetts. At the time, I lived in...
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    Re: Progress on Film Drying Cabinet

    I agree with Neil on the fan. I have a California Stainless with a built in fan. The only time I EVER get dust on my negatives is if I use it to force dry the film. I don't always get it, but it's...
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    Re: Expired Certificate Error

    Set up a separate launcher for your browser just for LFF and add --ignore-certificate-errors at the end of the command line. Works in Linux and Mac. Not sure about Windows. DON'T use it for general...
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    LPL masking attachment

    I have an LPL4550 enlarger and have been scouting around for the masking attachment for quite some time with no luck. This past week I came across one for the Omega D5 that looks, feels, smells and...
  10. Re: Monalog photography group looking for new members

    Good for you, young man!!! Let him know that we don't tolerate ageism on this site.
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    Re: New darkroom sink options

    https://deltaphotosupplies.com/darkroom---abs-sinks.html
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    Re: Field Tripod for Horseman 8x10

    No kidding. The furnace repair man just left my house an hour ago. A 2-year old Goodman furnace blew its inducer motor (whatever the #$%## THAT is). We had to wait four days to get the part in,...
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    Re: Field Tripod for Horseman 8x10

    I have that same camera...well, not the EXACT same one, but on just like it. Great camera, but heavy. The lightest tripod I own that handles it reasonably well is a Berlebach 3042. According to...
  14. Re: Is Horseman Camera Misleading Us?

    Me, too. Yes, they are. Don't care. Love it.

    Hope I replied to those in the right order.
  15. Re: Does a Photograph's medium change your opinion of it?

    I completely disagree with this statement, on two levels. First of all, I don't see how you come to the conclusion that it is not a medium. If you're looking for a physical substrate to make it a...
  16. Re: What is the Most Difficult Large Format Photography

    Weddings. The only person harder to please than the bride, is the bride's mother.
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    Re: purpose of sheet mirror?

    Bet that improved the archival qualities of the paper immensely!
  18. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Yeah...I type 126 mistakkes per minute.
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    County Liners' Lounge, Flemington, MO.

    Got this just before they dozed it over to put up a prefab building for the town offices.

    Mamiya 7, 90mm on Tri-X film developed in Rodinal.
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    Re: New Book by Merg Ross

    It's a gorgeous book. And I greatly appreciated the individualized signature.
  21. Re: Do you use a test strip or a test sheet when you print in darkroom?

    I use a test strip along a specifically chose area of the print to get close, and then do a full sheet with about 50% up and down from what looks like the correct exposure. On the print, I use two...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    I recently stumbled across a converter that allows me to use my Hasselblad lenses on my Nikon cameras. My first impulse was, "But WHY???!!!???" Then again, it was so cheap, I decided to give it a...
  23. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Last weekend we were driving around the vicinity of Taney County down near the Missouri-Asrkansas border, where "Winter's Bone" was filmed. Came across this.
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    There's a fellow on YouTube that calls himself "The Naked Photographer" who has done a whole series of videos comparing different films. One of the things he points out is color sensitivity of film. ...
  25. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    I had the opportunity to play with a Bronica GS-1 over the weekend. A fellow I know is trying to sell it to me, but I'm already heavily invested in RB67 gear and don't have a lot of cash to throw...
  26. Re: Leaving Kodak for Ilford

    It isn't just Kodak. I've had to have the last two orders of 130 paper developer I purchased from Photographer's formulary replaced because on adding the last ingredient to the mix from their lot, it...
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    Re: Trees & limbs fallen from the skies

    My dog did it.
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    Re: Can you recommend a darkroom workshop?

    The Photographer's Formulary does outstanding workshops as well. You have to go to them...but they have nice accommodations in the Montana mountains and get outstanding instructors. Their website for...
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    Re: Pet Pictures, Any Format.

    We lost quite a few trees in a windstorm recently. I was out scouting around to see what we might salvage, and our dog Willow decided to give me a scale of reference.

    Mamiya Press 23, HP5...
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    Re: Bergger Film Developer?

    That pinkish residue is most likely the antihalation coating. That drove me nuts at first. Two things I learned from Berrger is that you must used a pre-rinse of about two minutes, and you must fix...
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    Re: Bergger Film Developer?

    One thing about the Bergger Panchro 100 is that it requires a pre-rinse. I have discovered that about half a teaspoon of baking soda into the pre-rinse reduces the base-fog density a bit. I've tried...
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    A Missouri Escape

    Mamiya Press 23 with 100mm 3.5. HP5 developed in HC-110, Dil. E.
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    Re: Pet Pictures, Any Format.

    My kitty likes to help me with everything.
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    Re: Your 10 Most Influential Photographers

    Wright Morris
    Eugene Atget
    Walker Evans
    Ansel Adams
    Edward Weston
    David Plowden
    Austin Granger
    Berenice Abbot
    Dorothea Lange
    Imogen Cunningham
  35. Thread: Cougars

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    Re: Cougars

    I was going to post my photo of a cougar, but her husband threatened to sue me if I did.
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    Re: Pet Pictures, Any Format.

    Great shot. You must miss Rocko immensely.
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    Some old fishing tackle my dad left behind.
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    Gas pump at a closed store in Missouri.



    http://www.mwgraves.com/core/web_images/GasPump2-PS.jpg
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    Reverse Osmosis System

    My wife had been begging me for a filtration system for our water for quite some time. We are on well water which comes out of an artesian well deep in a limestone bedrock. There must be some iron...
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    Re: Studio lights for a hack

    I have used some 1200-LED units for filming video and they were quite good. Watch your light balance when you're buying. It seems to vary all over the place. The ones I used were switchable between...
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