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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Ha! Thank you. Here is my circus wagon. I built the cabinet to hold lenses and film holders and all the hardware. The cabinet straddles the tail of the camera.

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    8x10 Ansco Studio No. 5 + 16" Wollensak Vitax.

    Cameron Cornell
    Washington State
    analogportraiture.com
    instagram.com/papacornell
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Thank, Darr. Let's hope they like each other since they're about to get married!
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    8x10 Kodak Master Camera + 10 Wollensak Vitax.

    Cameron Cornell
    Washington State
    analogportraiture.com
    instagram.com/papacornell
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Harold, I'm really happy that you've found this thread beneficial. I find the work of the practitioners in this community really inspiring.

    Cameron Cornell
    Washington State
    analogportraiture.com
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Thank you, Randy. I’m not fully satisfied with either portrait, but I had fun making them.
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    Normandy, last July (10 Vitax on an 8x10 Kodak Master Camera).

    Cameron Cornell
    Washington State
    www.analogportraiture.com
    www.instagram.com/papacornell
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    Paris, last July (10” Vitax on an 8x10 Kodak Master Camera).

    Cameron Cornell
    Washington State
    www.analogportraiture.com
    www.instagram.com/papacornell
  9. Re: With a large format camera documentary Humanities

    This work is as strong as any I've seen.
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    Re: Vintage Glass Plate Negatives

    Those are terrific. I love the candid shot in the camp.
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    Re: Vintage Glass Plate Negatives

    Here's a 4x5 glass plate negative that I bought last spring and just got around to printing:

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    The fellow is posing with his stereoscope. The book next to him on the table is titled,...
  12. Re: 5x7 Conley Stereoscopic Camera (Model XVIII)

    Oops!

    He just sent me better photos of the camera. It is a Rochester Optical Stereo Poco.

    This one:

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    So, I guess my question is instead, does anyone have one of these, and, if so,...
  13. 5x7 Conley Stereoscopic Camera (Model XVIII)

    Does anyone have one of these?

    A fellow is offering to sell me one for a good price, but it is apparently missing the divider to split the image on the film. Otherwise, he says that it is...
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    Nope. That’s an option, of course. But since the days run to 13 or 14 hours, I knew I would probably get more out of it if I was working with a decent night’s sleep in a bed and a hot shower under my...
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    I made these at John Coffer’s all-around wet-plate workshop last week. This was my first foray into wet-plate photography. It was fun. The first is a 4x5 ambrotype on purple glass. The second is a...
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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    That’s right! It was a teaching game my son had been playing with a visitor to the tent. If you know the game, you can see that neither side is playing brilliantly :)
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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    Thank you kindly, John.
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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    Not at all! I know the whole thing is a little bit nuts, but I’m 44 years old and I can do this now and I know that won’t always be the case. I figure the next decade or two is my time to go big on...
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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    Thank you for your kind words, gents.

    In previous years, I would shoot portraits for free and charge for prints if people wanted them. The problem was, I would spend weeks scanning negatives and...
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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    It was the fourth year I’ve made portraits at this festival. It was three days of shooting and just under 150 sheets of 8 x 10 film. I’ll post some of the results this fall and winter. Now to...
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    Re: Vintage Glass Plate Negatives

    I’m glad you like the thread, Will. Thanks for the information on those plates- I really appreciate it. Here is a portrait from a studio in Nebraska. It’s a 5x7 glass plate that I printed in June....
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    Here are a few final snapshots of the camera in action.

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    Backyard in Dublin
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    This is the inside of the Halliburton carry-on case, packed for the airplane.

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    This is everything I traveled with packed for flying.

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    Here are a few photos of the packed cases.

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    This is the backpack and tripod case completely packed for shooting in the field.

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    This is the inside of the tripod case.

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    Re: Portable Studio Portraits

    Greetings! One week from tomorrow, I’ll once again have the north-light, portable portrait studio up and running at the Subdued Stringband Jamboree. If any of you on this forum by some coincidence...
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    The trip is just about finished. We fly home to Washington State tomorrow. I have four sheets of film left that Ill shoot today in the garden of the house where were staying in Dublin.

    The kit...
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    I love this. It really shows how these cameras can transform a somewhat prosaic reality into a new thing.
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    Re: Portraits July 2019

    I love this portrait. The pose is strange and compelling. The technical execution is excellent. Good work!
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    That Atget project sounds fantastic. Who gave you the grant? He was quite prolific. How many of his images do you plan to attempt? I suppose much of what he shot no longer exists.

    Here are a few...
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    Too bad! It would have been fantastic to have a coffee and compare notes!

    Four days in Chamonix has passed and now were staying in a farmhouse on the coast in Normandy with a view toward...
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    Thanks for asking. It’s been great so far. We’ve been in n Paris for a week. Today, we take the TGV to Geneva, rent a car, and drive to Chamonix. The trip is going beautifully, aside from some...
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    Re: Lens caps? Bought or made?

    Reach out to Anton Orlov. He has a fellow in the Ukraine who makes beautiful, custom caps for a reasonable price. I have them for the front and back of each of my best lenses.

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  34. Re: John Coffer Camp Tintype Experiences

    Im going to the Aug 21-23 all around wet plate workshop at his farm in Dundee. Ill let you know how it goes, Randy. I wrote last fall to secure my spot (only four spots available). Im pretty sure...
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    That’s really interesting, Don! This girl’s a player; actually, she’s a really talented player, so my guess would be that it’s correct, but I only play the piano, so I wouldn’t know. Look at the...
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    Looks like beautiful work on the DIY camera. That must be satisfying to use.

    I’m not qualified to offer critical feedback on landscapes, but I see the contrast between the wild and controlled that...
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    Re: Vintage Glass Plate Negatives

    Here's a 4x5 glass plate negative that I printed last Sunday. I bought it on eBay from a seller in Austin, TX.

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  38. Re: What camera to shoot with out in the field when using HEAVY lenses?

    It’s $13 in materials from the hardware store and a piece cut off the top of an old oak chair that I found broken on the side of the road.

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    Here is a 10 Wollensak Vitax on an 8x10 Kodak Master View. The camera is solid as a rock.

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    Here is a 13 Wollensak Vitax on a 7x11 Eastman View No. 2. This setup works fine,...
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    Well seen and instantiated, Bryan! The lengths we go to, right?

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