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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Marvel BNSF Trail Engine GP by rrunnertexas, on Flickr


    Putnam Marvel (Scovill) 5 x 8, Waterbury lens on J. Lane plate

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    I expose the plates via a 1905 5x7 SEROCO. The original lens and shutter work well, but the shutter is a little fast on one and two seconds. Yes, seconds. The lens is a convertible RR. Plate holders are also original. I have made several plates with modern lenses, but prefer the old one as the images seem t be more complete as far as tonality.

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    Marvel 67 Ford Pickup GP by rrunnertexas, on Flickr

    Neighbor's driveway with a cool 1967 Ford Pickup - Putnam Marvel 5 x 8, Waterbury lens at f/15 on J. Lane dry plate.

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Hoard X by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Korona Compact GMC Wrecker GP by rrunnertexas, on Flickr

    Gundlach Korona Compact, full plate with Heliar lens on J. Lane plate.

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    The truck came out nicely.


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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    I've been wanting to try these out (and eventually wet plate). In part so I can also 3D print some glass plate carriers for various enlargers, but also so I can try this out for myself.

    Curious though, what are folks using to store their plates? Seems a bit more involved than just sliding a 4x5 sheet of film into a PrintFile but I'm not sure what the best practice may be?

    Also I guess part of the draw, apart from the cool dreamy and hand-coated look, is grain and sharpness similar to wet plate?

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    It's similar to wet plate, depending on the skill of the person doing it. I store glass negatives with a piece of glassine between them.


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