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by Les McLean Published on 12-06-2006 03:25 AM
DEALING WITH DRY DOWN

Fine black and white prints should “sing” when matted and presented for an exhibition or when offered for sale in a gallery.....
by dr bob Published on 12-06-2006 03:22 AM
By R, Eugene Smith (Dr. Bob)

. INTRODUCTION

All serious photographers using classical materials have at some time found it desirable to produce....
by Donald Miller Published on 12-06-2006 03:18 AM
The use of unsharp masking procedures used in the production of a print brings with it certain distinct advantages. These benefits are not available.....
by Deniz Published on 12-06-2006 03:16 AM
So here i am being a cheap skate and instead of purchasing a $350 4x5 reducing back for my 8x10 tachihara, i decide to build one. Why? cause it will.....
by Laurent Published on 12-06-2006 02:42 AM
Is it such a good idea to build your own view camera ?

Disclaimers:

I do no want to prevent you from building your camera, but just share...
by Claire Senft Published on 12-06-2006 02:41 AM
Many people find themselves disappointed to find that the have subtle fogging caused by too bright a safe light or defective filters etc.

When one....
by Canuck Published on 12-06-2006 02:38 AM
Standardizing the Photographic Process ? Or Ramblings of a Photo Nut.

In my pursuit of the photographic arts, I have met many inspiring...
by Sean Published on 12-06-2006 02:36 AM
“Pintoid” Camera /Film Processor

by Jonathan King

Altoid tin pinhole cameras

Altoid pinhole cameras, or “Pintoids”, have been covered on the....
by Melisa Taylor Published on 12-06-2006 02:17 AM
I wrote an article on this for Toycamera.com (along with another toycamera-fan) and figured some folks here would like to know about it as well....
by Melisa Taylor Published on 12-06-2006 02:14 AM
Getting Started....You will need to use Polaroid 669 or 690 (depending on your camera's film size) film for this process. The colors are slightly...
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