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    Re: What will happen to your negatives in "the end"?

    I don't know what issue you ran into, but it should be resolvable. It's likely that almost all media organisations and photojournalists using Windows 10 are also using Photo Mechanic. Also, I just...
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    Re: What will happen to your negatives in "the end"?

    I think the trick is to identify a person or organisation that's interested in one's photographs, cull ruthlessly and then make it as simple as possible for that person or organisation to sort them,...
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    Re: What film to use for first test shots

    I've been thinking about trying the Ilford/Harman paper myself since seen the video below. What do you think of it? Will you continue using it after you start using film?

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    Sticky: Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    My understanding is that subscription to YouTube Premium includes the ability to download videos. Without Premium, downloading other people's videos violates YouTube's terms of service. If you want...
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    Re: What will happen to your negatives in "the end"?

    Maybe it's just me, but I got a chuckle from that :)
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    Re: My 20x24 Camera Build

    Hi Francesco,

    I've added your YouTube channel to a sticky thread in the Resources sub-forum called Large Format Channels on YouTube. There's a link to your channel in post #1 under U.S....
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    Sticky: Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Francesco Fragomeni has been a member of this forum since 2010. He started a new YouTube channel, Absolutely Analog, eight months ago.

    His latest video, published today, is about a 20x24 camera...
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    Re: What film to use for first test shots

    Film Photography Project is not being secretive about the film. It says right on their website that it's "formulated from our Cine16 BW Motion Picture Film emulsion". See the screen capture below. I...
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    Re: What film to use for first test shots

    I'd suggest that Mitchell buy a $30 box of Frankenstein 200. Of the 25 sheets, expose a couple to light and use them to practice loading his film holder(s). Turn the steps for making an exposure into...
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    Re: What will happen to your negatives in "the end"?

    You think that I've lived for many years in New York and Newfoundland, and have an active interest in the history of those places and the work of my local historical societies, as part of checking...
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    Re: Pleasure of creative expression.

    I think that concerts, stage performances and films are collaborations and that conductors and musicians, and directors, actors, cinematographers and sound designers, are not just a composer's or...
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    Re: What will happen to your negatives in "the end"?

    As I've said in post #22, when I make photographs I often have in mind two historical societies, one in New York and one in rural Newfoundland. This became a factor when I discovered that there is...
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    Re: What will happen to your negatives in "the end"?

    One advantage of using a phone to make photos of analogue photographs, or of the scene when making an analogue photograph, is that you can use IPTC's format to input information about the shot and...
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    Re: What will happen to your negatives in "the end"?

    I'm just one of the many, many millions of people who have maintained digital music and films for a couple of decades, including ripping them from their original hard disk formats as storage came...
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    Re: What film to use for first test shots

    The Frankenstein 200 that he's talking about, at US$30 for 25 sheets, is 25% cheaper than Arista. Mat Marrash's video... He's very keen on the film. Marrash recommends that it not be processed in...
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    Re: What will happen to your negatives in "the end"?

    I think that you've put your finger on something that some photographers should be thinking about. I'm involved in two communities that have active historical societies that are very interested in...
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    Re: LF PHOTOGRAPHERS IN ICELAND

    I'm jealous :) Have a great trip!
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    Re: Macro Photography Setup Calculator

    @marcookie is a citizen of Italy who was working in the US but returned to Italy several months ago. Before the move, he sold most, if not all, of his large format gear through the "For Sale"...
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    Re: LF PHOTOGRAPHERS IN ICELAND

    For people who live in "the south", those hours are likely to be a bit of a shock. If my own experiences in the far north are anything to go by, there's also a biological clock issue to deal with...
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    Re: LF PHOTOGRAPHERS IN ICELAND

    In their video series on shooting in Iceland in June (post #6), David Grover and Paul Reiffer say that visiting photographers were not taking advantage of 20+ hours of light. At busy places,...
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    Re: Ilford Film Airports

    That's the point. That's also the case with UPS, which has its own fleet of cargo planes. Why? What's different, if anything, between the use of X-rays with dedicated cargo planes and trucks versus...
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    Re: Ilford Film Airports

    That's supposition, and it doesn't address post office intentions. It also doesn't address the issue of cargo scanning with respect to either planes or trucks. I think that the fundamental problem is...
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    Re: LF PHOTOGRAPHERS IN ICELAND

    Starting four weeks ago, Capture One's head of training, David Grover, and Capture One "Ambassador" Paul Reiffer held six live streams on their trip to Iceland. They left for Iceland on June 6th and...
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    Re: Ilford Film Airports

    Thanks, from the link:


    Is Mail X-Rayed?

    Some of the mail that is sent through the United States Postal Service will pass through an X-Ray machine. There are no specific guidelines as to what...
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    Re: Ilford Film Airports

    If that applies to film, every roll or sheet of film that people buy that has been transported by plane, if not truck, has been x-rayed at least once before the retailer receives it, and again when...
  26. Re: Video on Guy Bellingham's Process for Making Tintype Photographs

    There's a brief view of some of the letters on the 360mm f/3 lens that suggests that it may be a Hugo Meyer Atelier Schnell-Arbeiter. If so, according to that thread it weighs 3.5kg (7.7lb).
  27. Video on Guy Bellingham's Process for Making Tintype Photographs

    I've added Guy Bellingham to the list of photographers in post #1 of the Resources thread Large Format Channels on YouTube. There are two posts about him in the thread at...
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    Sticky: Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Curious about Bellingham's channel, I did a little searching. The woman in his "Ultra Large Format" videos is Kesha Pullum. She's a member of Bash Street Theatre, a Cornwall theatre company that was...
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    Re: Suggest Me Some Monitors For Photo Editing

    Eizo is in the process of launching new 2K (ColorEdge CG2700S) and 4K (ColorEdge CG2700X) monitors: https://www.eizoglobal.com/products/coloredge/sp_cg2700xs/
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    Sticky: Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Guy Bellingham is a UK portrait photographer and Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society (FRPS). He apparently builds some of his own large format cameras, and he also works with vintage lenses and...
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    Re: Ilford Film Airports

    Or conclude that it's an attempt to prevent them from doing their job :)
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    Re: Apple's New Mac Studio Computer

    On Sunday, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, who is pretty credible on the subject of Apple, wrote a piece on the company's roadmap. Fits right in with what several people here want to see. Gurman suggests in...
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    Re: Ilford Film Airports

    Does anyone know if shipping film to your destination is at this point a way to avoid x-ray scanning? There doesn't appear be a problem with retailers shipping film, at least not domestically in the...
  34. Re: "Railroad Landscapes" Center for Railroad Art Presentation

    I thoroughly enjoyed it too. The Center says that it will post John's presentation to its YouTube channel next week: https://www.youtube.com/user/railphotoart
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    Re: Alec Soth on Filmmaking and Photography

    On Filmmaking and Photography #2 (Sequencing)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6gGF0nAORc
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    Alec Soth on Filmmaking and Photography

    This may interest people who use both mediums in particular. I've split the videos over two posts because only one video link can be included in a post. Amusing to learn that Soth is now on TikTok...
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    This is becoming a big issue in cinematography. The conventional position is that "cinema cameras" continue to be manual focus by design and that autofocus is inferior. Give it another five years,...
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    Is that what they used to use in the old days before smartphones?

    :)


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    Re: Which diameter filter

    Luckily, when I was deciding to purchase the Schneider Kreuznach lens and centre filter that I mentioned in post #60, NiSi/B&H decided to sell that 112mm polariser for half price for 24 hours.
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    Re: Which diameter filter

    Example... There's nothing about this polariser that's unique to Nikon's Z 14-24mm f/2.8S lens, it's just that that lens is the market for it:

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