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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Saying goodbye to my grandmother.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Schroeder View Post
    Well I "upgraded" to a MarkII....haha Canon 5D, super takumar 50, Photoshop
    Utah May 2019

    Very nice!

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    Nice choice of subject and time, magnificent presentation.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Thanks for the comments fellas.
    Maximo, as you can see there weren't many people around. ��

    It looks like I had to use a shim or two in order to put the tak on the Mark II. That's just so I can shoot to infinity. That wasn't necessary on the original 5D.
    I do have a supertak 24/3.5 that requires quite a few shims on the original. I haven't tried it on the Mark II yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Schroeder View Post
    Thanks for the comments fellas.
    Maximo, as you can see there weren't many people around. ��
    Yes I missed it. .. Thank You Sir.
    putting the idea in my mental file/note ..find locations where maximized views minimal foot traffic can be found.

    Quote Originally Posted by continued above
    It looks like I had to use a shim or two in order to put the tak on the Mark II. That's just so I can shoot to infinity. That wasn't necessary on the original 5D.
    I do have a supertak 24/3.5 that requires quite a few shims on the original. I haven't tried it on the Mark II yet.


    OK.. technical note very useful thumbs up. It was just a thought, since the image looked wider if my recollection is right,for a takumar lens.

    Yes. .. the image is superb.....

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    Boston, May 2019

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Lee View Post

    Boston, May 2019

    Mr. Lee, If I went compact and do a develop as you go in the bathroom i.e. its ephemeral,
    hence with 54 and developing using a tank SP 445, I use:

    developer
    fixer
    stop bath/Photo Flo

    (Are these three or four items enough to do compact developing?)

    I do have the Anchell/Troop film cookbook and darkroom cookbook.
    I am jumping into developing.
    So I ask is it possible to do a compact bw developing within a constrained clean as you go method and no actual mainstay darkroom.
    (Within the aforementioned dev/fix/stopbath/flo) ?

    I know I have to read Anchell/Troop but I am just curious.. Also I am trying to read up on using gloves, since I use to get some form of rash break out.
    So if I wear gloves, I should be ok.

    For filters I understand using yellow/green/red will work if I have to go at sunny 16 (or at any other time of day)
    , if I cannot afford the early morning late afternoons sunlight when its less bleached.
    And I have to find the polarizer for the half plate I have.

    When you get the time..
    Kind
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximo View Post
    Mr. Lee, If I went compact and do a develop as you go in the bathroom i.e. its ephemeral,
    hence with 54 and developing using a tank SP 445, I use:

    developer
    fixer
    stop bath/Photo Flo

    (Are these three or four items enough to do compact developing?)

    I do have the Anchell/Troop film cookbook and darkroom cookbook.
    I am jumping into developing.
    So I ask is it possible to do a compact bw developing within a constrained clean as you go method and no actual mainstay darkroom.
    (Within the aforementioned dev/fix/stopbath/flo) ?

    I know I have to read Anchell/Troop but I am just curious.. Also I am trying to read up on using gloves, since I use to get some form of rash break out.
    So if I wear gloves, I should be ok.

    For filters I understand using yellow/green/red will work if I have to go at sunny 16 (or at any other time of day)
    , if I cannot afford the early morning late afternoons sunlight when its less bleached.
    And I have to find the polarizer for the half plate I have.
    Hi Max -

    You do not need a darkroom - only a darkened room. I used a spare bathroom for many years.

    If you want to make things as simple as possible you can use plain water for stop bath or a mild dilution of Citric Acid if you like. See this short article

    Every time of day has a feeling and many subjects look better in morning and afternoon light. Filters can he helpful but they cannot transform mid-day lighting into something more appealing.

    Best wishes,

    Ken

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    KML, always inspiring.
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