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    Re: Water seal for jobo 3010

    yes the bottom can be removed for a smoother repair. As with cowanw, the bottom on my 3006 fell off naturally. I have yet to “properly” fix it. Though hot glue has worked for the meantime. The...
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    Re: what went wrong -- LIGHT LEAK !

    Looks like it leaked on the top of your film holder where the dark slides in the holder. Could be because it wasn’t seated correctly on the camera back or you could have a bad seal on the top of...
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    Re: Images of mistakes - good or bad..

    Couldnít remember if this film was exposed or not and ended up creating another double negative. I think I have my process down now as not to have too many more of these mistakes. But hey, I didnít...
  4. Re: Does anyone use a Lee Filter System on a 4x5?

    Stuffy, I suggest if you already have a nd grad that you plan on using, to try a few shots with one attached to the lens before going through the trouble to make an attachment. This guy used a couple...
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    Re: Post your signs

    Finally got out of the house yesterday to go shoot some LF film. I was literally on the edge of a cliff to my right with cars/motorcycles zooming by at, you guessed it, 40+ miles per hour on the road...
  6. Re: I'm ready to shoot my first LF negatives -- help!

    +1 on the video link above. I have found that video very helpful getting my focusing down throughout the scene.
    Mikey
  7. Re: I'm ready to shoot my first LF negatives -- help!

    Have a process, as others have stated, you will make mistakes. It is a learning process. Couple key points that I would forget sometimes.
    Factor in the bellows extension or you will get thin...
  8. Re: Advice on how to get correct E6/C41 temperature on Jobo CPP3?

    My bucket heater just continues to heats up to about 160įf. The heating element in my cpp2 still functions, so once it reaches temp the machine will hold that temp on its own. The Sous Vide would be...
  9. Re: Advice on how to get correct E6/C41 temperature on Jobo CPP3?

    I have incorporated a bucket heater to get my jobo to temp within 30min from a cold start to develop e-6.
    The Sous Vide device looks promising as it has a thermostat that would shut the heater off...
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    Re: Harris Tent Storage

    My Harrison PUP has lasted me over 5 years, but has become sticky due to storage in the bag. It along with my Jumbo Harrison tent (bought for $30 like new) now stay assembled and hanging on the wall...
  11. Re: what is your quick way (Need tips!) to scann 4x5 with the full edge markings?

    I scan my 5x7 negatives just as you say. Right on the glass. I put another piece of glass (ANTI NEWTON RING GLASS) over the top. In a bind, I have used just a sheet of plain glass, but that would...
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    My wife and I practicing social distancing with our face masks on

    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=203099&d=1588100197

    4x5 B&W
    Scanned on v700...
  13. Re: Does anyone use a Lee Filter System on a 4x5?

    I have just started to experiment with this. Using my Lee Seven5 system with my 300mm with a 52mm filter thread. Not as small as your lens though. Haven’t developed the shots yet to compare, but...
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    Re: Organizing Film Holders

    I too use a notch system on my holders. I bought my 5x7 holders with them filed in (only thing I don’t like is that it’s numbered as A&B sides) It simplifies tracing down light leaks and I use it in...
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    Re: Focusing Cloth r

    not exactly a permanent solution and maybe a bit too late for this thread, but I have successfully used a heavy fabric skirt/dress.
    I measured the circumference of my camera back (then a 4x5) and...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Thanks Jim, I agree, but it just sucks that the trip was so limited due to the fire. I had a few more shots planned out in the Valley, unfortunately the smoke changed the scene/lighting so...
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    Re: Around the house?

    Here’s a shot of an Adirondack chair on the patio of the cabin.
    One of my first images made with the Imagon on a Compound 5 shutter
    196589

    Deardroff 5x7
    300mm Imagon
    Shot wide open f/5.8...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Here is a shot I had time to squeeze off before the Yosemite Valley became over come by smoke from the Briceburg Fire last Tuesday. Only LF shot I was able to get that day.

    -Mikey

    196516...
  19. Thread: Americana

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    Re: Americana

    Will Rogers State Park
    4x5
    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=191759&d=1558923792
  20. Thread: Americana

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    Re: Americana

    Here is the Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox that I shot on 4x5 when on a trip up the West Coast a few years back up through the Redwoods.
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    Re: Americana

    this looks like the same guy that was out by the golf course holding a club off the 405 in SoCal. Today he's sporting a race suit now holding a checkered flag at the Porsche Track.
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    Re: Still Life 2019

    Not actually taken in 2019 , here are my Nut Krackers during Christmas time shot on 4x5

    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=191747&d=1558906845
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    Re: bellows factor app

    Iím with Peter on this one. I made a simple string with segments that I hang on the rear of the camera. When stretched out to measure the bellows, it tells me how many 1/3 stops that I need to...
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Palos Verdes Cliffs
    Shot with a Deardroff 5x7 and a Nikkor 300-M f/9
    on expired Fuji RTP II

    http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i206/MIKEY1TWO/CC54D728-A844-4429-B922-9A2368752338.jpg
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    Re: Jobo CPP2 Motor Malfunction

    I think I see what’s going on. According to Jobos website there were motor upgrades throughout its production. I’m assuming you have either the beginning production model or the 1st upgrade model....
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    Re: May Portrait 2019

    http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i206/MIKEY1TWO/6BC21AD8-8FF9-499E-BED8-463C134FF516.jpg
    Shot on expired Fuji RTP II (2010) with a 5x7 Deardroff with a 300mm Nikkor-M shot @ f/9 with a 85b filter...
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    Re: Jobo CPP2 Motor Malfunction

    The motor describe above doesn’t look like it would be a straight swap for my CPP2.
    Curious to how you got that fitted. Did you canablize the motor and use just the guts?
    The open cpp2 that I...
  28. Re: Jobo CPP2 motor is not turning on. How to repair?

    Jim, if you are having the same problem that I have on one of my cpp2.
    In my case, the switch under my motor speed knob had broke. When I purchased it, the motor worked great at all speeds, but...
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