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  1. Re: Pics of Spruce Goose, if you have them...

    No pictures, but I did tour it in the early 1980s when on display in Long Beach harbor. As a then-employee of Hughes Aircraft Company, I copied down part numbers stenciled on the props. At work the...
  2. Re: How different are Tessars from different companies?

    "Someone" might have "decided" to remake it, but the outcome wasn't positive:


    https://petapixel.com/2018/08/21/how-meyer-optik-gorlitz-won-at-kickstarter-but-failed-at-life/
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    Re: Canson Platine - edges discoloring

    Neutrals are tricky. I've evaluated a number of inkjet papers for that configuration and found only one combination where the 3/8-inch white reveal is compatible with the overmat. Granted, I...
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    Re: The new Tri-X 8x10 film

    The only Michael I see in this thread (even after having "viewed posts" by an ignored member) is the OP, Michael S from Washington state. Are you referring to the late Michael Smith of Pennsylvania?...
  5. Re: Identifying film coating faults vs. handling / process problems.

    Ask your question and post those samples at PHOTRIO. Direct them specifically to Ron Mowery ("Photo Engineer"). He's retired from Kodak Research Lab, spent many years working on coating of various...
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    Re: What Makes a sellable photograph?

    Yup.

    The related truism:

    "What makes something art?"

    Answer: someone willing to call it that. :)
  7. Re: Identifying film coating faults vs. handling / process problems.

    Or, more likely, standing waves in the emulsion during coating by the manufacturer.
  8. Re: Identifying film coating faults vs. handling / process problems.

    My late grandfather once shared the wisdom with me that "you're not wealthy enough to afford cheap stuff." :)

    Why struggle with such issues when Kodak and HARMAN still offer top quality products?
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    Re: New Ultra-Light Chamonix 810 Camera

    In post #39 you, as the poster, should be presented with an "edit" button. Much easier to use it than immediately replying with another post. :)
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    Re: alternative to jogging stroller....

    Since most of the links in this thread are dead, here's another alternative to jogging strollers:


    https://www.zuca.com/control/product/~product_id=12942

    Not for wilderness-like terrain, but...
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    Re: Clarification of FS/WTB bumping rules

    Interesting "observation" from someone who hasn't been here in a year.

    Methinks you dost protest too much. :)
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    Re: How was a Kodak Colorama made?

    Keep shoveling, Drew. :)



    He did no such thing. And I don't have "a position." The thread topic/title is "How was a Kodak Colorama made?" "Colorama" was Kodak's name for the 565 18x60-foot...
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    Re: How was a Kodak Colorama made?

    Huh? Drew, when shown to be wrong, you deflect about as well and with as much intensity as does a well-known temporary resident of D.C. :)

    I denied nothing. The subject/title of this thread is...
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    Re: How was a Kodak Colorama made?

    I enjoyed this video:


    https://youtu.be/63foCn79nG8

    Now that's a backstory worth knowing. :)
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    Re: How was a Kodak Colorama made?

    Ah, to know everything about everything. :)

    "Colorama" was what Kodak called its 18x60-foot back-illuminated transparencies that were displayed high on the wall of Grand Central Terminal from...
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    Re: How was a Kodak Colorama made?

    Nope. A total of 565, replaced every three to five weeks from 1950 through 1990:


    https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/0be9/f1a07fefa4449e85274f9fb20b71bbde8824.pdf



    Nope. Colorama displays...
  17. Re: I take back every bad word I have said about Kodak...

    Price reduction at B&H. Currently "only" $8.50 per sheet:


    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/533811-USA/Kodak_1930106_TMY_8_x_10.html

    39 10-sheet boxes available as I type this.
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    Re: How many foot candles do I need?

    I was going to reply "eight." One between each pair of adjacent toes on each foot. They're foot-candles, after all, not hand-candles. :)
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    Re: XTOL Replenished Facts vs Fables

    I knew that, Phillip. I was being a wise guy to Mike. Thus the smiley.
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    Re: XTOL Replenished Facts vs Fables

    What is this "APUG" thing, Mike? :)
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    Re: Atlas BackPacks for 4x5

    Unfortunately, Kelty discontinued the Cache Hauler. I purchased one of these:


    https://www.tatonka.com/en/product/lastenkraxe/

    It does the same job, has a harness that's even more...
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    Re: A new lens cleaning experience

    At least in normal household use, the fragrance dissipates in a few hours, and it's not strong to begin with. I detect no color or other residue when cleaning white ceramic tile with this product.
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    Re: The Lightest 810 Film Holder?

    How well sealed are the chambers that hold helium? Any estimate on how long before the gas leaks out? :D
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    Re: New Cooke XVa Lens Questions

    As someone who was there a couple of weeks ago, I'd add "and it's not visibility-restricted due to smog." :(
  25. Re: Performance Between Apo Symmar and Apo Symmar-L?

    I doubt (but am not certain) that radioactive constituents were still used during Apo Symmar manufacture. It seems more likely that lead was what new environmental rules banned and forced Schnieder...
  26. Re: Video of Ansel Adams' Story of Visualization Breakthrough

    That adjective, like its root noun, has no meaning in any situation. "Art" is whatever anyone wants it to be. Thus, the words convey nothing.
  27. Re: Video of Ansel Adams' Story of Visualization Breakthrough

    I recently re-read my copy of Mary Alinder's AA biography 23 years after the first time through it. Most glaring in that video is how Michael Adams refers to his father as "Ansel" rather than "Dad."...
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    Re: 8x10 Film Choice Paralysis

    Unless you're equipped and planning to enlarge substantially, I'd not hesitate about going with HP5 Plus. FP4 Plus is slow. Delta's sharpness is wasted in 8x10. Develop the HP5 Plus using XTOL...
  29. Re: CBS Sunday News Macro Coin Photography Large Format

    You might consider using an appropriate emoticon when making such subtle jokes. :)
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    Re: New Cooke XVa Lens Questions

    Thanks for that clarification. Images of a shutter-mounted XVa I've been able to find on line did not make it obvious. With your first-hand information, it's clear that either a Nikon or other...
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    Re: New Cooke XVa Lens Questions

    Nikon's custom versions of Copal shutters have scales incorporated directly into the outer housings, unlike other like-vintage Copal shutters, which accept four screws to fasten a pair of separate...
  32. Re: Contact printing “how-to” but as a final product, not a proof.

    There appears to be difficulty in photographers communicating about this subject. "Density range" is frequently cited as a chloride contact printing paper advantage. But what does the phrase mean?...
  33. Re: Contact printing “how-to” but as a final product, not a proof.

    No truer words have ever been written. :)
  34. Re: Do you see with your eyes or with your brain?

    Ain't no "perhaps" about it. Reality is. Perceptions differ.
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    Re: Availability of ABS pipe

    It's been a long time since I sold my 1978 VW Rabbit, but Internet pictures of the Golf look like it's configured similarly. I transported several long items in the Rabbit. Fold down (or recline...
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    Re: Bergger releasing new film soon

    Why would anyone who doesn't know any more hesitate to post something anyway? :)
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    Re: Yosemite Historic Names RESTORED!

    How unfortunate that Delaware North received even a penny. It should have been held responsible for the government's legal fees during this mess that it created.
  38. Re: Behind the Film - Inside the ILFORD factory

    Works for me.
  39. Re: Behind the Film - Inside the ILFORD factory

    I wonder if the scale model was one created by Argonaught Holdings (HARMAN's landlord) for its failed attempt to obtain approval of the Mobberley site redevelopment. :)
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Unfortunately, according to this


    https://rockfordbuzz.com/event/bruce-wehman-photography-sale-to-benefit-rpl-13179

    he died last year.
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