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  1. Re: Historical Research: Film stocks used by Arthur Fellig AKA WEEGEE

    I’d also guess Super Pancro Pess type B and DK-50 developer. This was a popular combination for press work. DK50 was really good for full film speed and tank / replenishment use. The combination...
  2. Re: Photos with Super-Angulon XL 58 vs. 72 mm Lenses?

    I owned a 72, 58 and 47 XL’s. All three were fantastic but I found the 72 to be the most useful but really used my 90 Nikkor SW more than the three put together. Some people visualize in an ultra...
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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Shot in the early 70's but don't remember which camera, lens and film. Probably on my Crown Graphic 4x5 with the 90 f8 Super Angolan and 135 Xenar.
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    Re: Aircraft

    Don't think I've seen a Collodion image here. I did it in 2013 if I remember correctly and think it was half plate shot on black glass with an Ajax Petzval using my own formulation for the emulsion.
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    Re: Americana

    Here's 4 more images form the past. Again in the early 70's except for the junk yard which was around 2003.
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    Re: Americana

    Can we consider people as americana especially if they contributed to American music. Anyway here are some of the legends of American bluegrass, Bill Monroe, Lester Flat, Ralph Stanley and Don Reno....
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    Re: Americana

    A few more images from the hear of coal mining country in the Cumberland Mountains of East TN.
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    Re: Americana

    We can expand it to "North Americana".
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    Re: Americana

    Here are a few more images from the early 70's.
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    I thought it might be fun to post some of my earliest portraits when I was in the 3rd grade in 1955. My school, Elm Grove, was in Oak Ridge TN and since has been torn down. I received a new Kodak...
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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Here are a few from my archive of old images. Big Don's dates to the mid 70's as does Mount Olive gas station and Get Right. All were shot with my early 1930's 8x10 Deardorff and the gas station and...
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    Notice the spelling,”Chiper.” James passes away several years ago. I think he was in his 90’s but could be wrong. Pretty much all his carvings were done with a Case pocket knife. I need to pull up...
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    Thank you!
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    I’d have to go back and look in my records for the name of the mandolin player. I shot it around 2008 in Cocke Co TN in what’s called the old 15th. Shot with my 501cm and 60 CF on fuji 100 in HC110B....
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    While Iím at it here are a couple more. I love sharing a little glimpse into ďold AppalachiaĒ.
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    The first photo is Arthur Bullington with his trained mule. Arthur is a muleskinner, farms with mules, in Cocke co Tn. Arthur trained this mule to laugh on command. Photo from 2008 with a 501cm...
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    Thanks!!! Iíll have to dig more out. People are the most enjoyable subject for me. I tell folks Iíve never met anyone that wasnít interesting. And whenever possible I like to get to know something...
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Don’t know Cormac but was good friends with his brother Dennis and wife Judy. Cormac bought a lot of land in NM and Dennis and Judy moved into a house in Cormac's compound. He’s back in K town ever...
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    I guess since I’m on a roll I’ll post 4 more vintage images.

    It’s really rare that I shoot color like this.

    I miss the days of chromes.
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    The images Iíve posted here date from the late 60ís to the 90ís.
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    And a few more portraits.
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    A few of my Appalachian portraits.
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    Thought it might be fun to post some of my fathers portraits from WWII in Belgium and France.

    The first image is a selfie of my father returning from the war on a Victory ship.
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Thank you! These were shot near Del Rio.

    Things have changed quite a bit in the last 10 years though. I still have several friends there and periodically visit a very good friend that still...
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    The gas station was shot in 1969 probably on my 5x7 Sinar Norma with a 210 convertible Symmar. Would have to look up the negs to see what film. The second image of the old gentleman was with my 5x7...
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Shot in Cocke County TN in the heart of Appalachia around 2008. Without looking at the negs Iím going to say there shot on HP5 and processed in HC110B. Iím pretty sure I shot them with my Sinar Norma...
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    Re: Street, Candid, Journalism

    Hereís a photo I shot in the mid 70ís with a Pacemaker Crown 4x5 my dad gave me in 1964. It has a Schneider 135mm Xenar. It was my first really good camera and I still have it and occasionally use...
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    Re: Graflex 1000 Specs

    I worked for the Department of Energy in 74-75. We shot almost everything on 4x5 Super Speeds. These are very problematic cameras. We used flash bulbs, unfortunately, and the trigger wires running...
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    Re: Americana

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    Here are a few images from the carnival in the md 70ís. Shot with Leica M2 and a variety of Leica glass on TX.
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    Re: Americana

    A few more. The first image of the girl was from 1069 shot with an M2 Leica and 90 Elmarit and the film was TX. The mill and office were with my Technika 70 and 100 Planar and 53 f4 Super Angulon. ...
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    Re: Americana

    A couple more from the 70's. The tattoo and boys are from Petros TN near the TN maximum security prison where James Earl Ray was housed. For those that don't know the name he killed Martin Luther...
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    Americana

    Since there's an Americana thread in LF let's do a smaller format version.

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    The peanut stand was shot in 1999 but the others date from the 70's and were 35mm shot with...
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    Re: Americana

    Thanks very much!

    I'll start another Americana thread in the smaller format section. I have several thousand images and would love to share some. Some date back 65 years and many date to the 60's...
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    Re: Americana

    Here are a few I shot in the mid 70’s. These were with my first 1930’s bearer 8x10 Deardorff and triple convertible B&L Protar. Wish I’d kept the Protar. Most likely the film and developer were TXP...
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    oops and my apology!!! Looking at the higher res image what I thought was the top of the mouthpiece is actually the lower part of her arm. The ligature is one designed with the thumb screws on the...
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Back in the early 70’s I apprenticed under a master commercial photographer. We had an assignment from a major fiberglass insulation manufacturer to do a photo illustration for an ad of rolls if...
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    Re: Copal 1 shutter repair

    Schneider / Century Optical in California is or was the distributor. I had them repair a train wreck 121 SA and replace the shutter. They were going to repair the shutter but it was warped. A couple...
  38. Re: Thoughts on the Nikkor T 360/500/720 set?

    I owned the 360/500/720 set and had a 360 Schneider Tele Arton for many years. Actually had two different Tele Arton 360's. The Nkkor 460 is very sharp but I found the 500 and 720 to be a little...
  39. Re: anyone know what kind of bulbs these are?

    I worked in a camera store for a few months in the early 70's and sold these. It is for certain a projection lamp most likely for a movie projector. Similar bulbs we're used in old fresnel spot...
  40. Re: GITZO G1372 Tripod head for 8x10", any experience?

    I have a 1372M and wouldn't use it with an 8x10. You might be able to get away with it but I think it would be awkward. The handles on the 1372M are pretty short and a 10 pound camera sitting on top...
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