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  1. shutterboy's Avatar
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    Your problem is the wife (?)
  2. mckay3d's Avatar
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    I have been reading David Vestal's "The Craft of Photography" that was written in the 1970's (way before the "Digital Revolution")
    I find it clear, concise, and the illustrations are very well done. There are copies on www.used.addall.com for a few dollars. I have a lot of books on photography and darkroom work but this one is closer to what we might be able to do now. I also enjoy re-reading "Collecting and Using Classic Cameras" by Ivor Matanle. It's well illustrated with picture taken with the cameras and good descriptions of the cameras listed.
    And there is a lot of darkroom equipment available on eBay and local Craig's lists.
    Maurice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Osgood
    Hope you post it

    I posted this because I thought it looked sort of retro cool.
    No shots of the rainbow, though. The light seal in the camera is deteriorating and all of the negatives came out with tons of artifacts on them (read: black spots) so that nothing was really usable.

    Next time
    Updated 12-08-2014 at 01:24 PM by OptiKen
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  6. wildbillbugman's Avatar
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    You CANNOT look as weird as me with a Full Plate camera in strong wind. But I used to be a Weird YOUNG man.
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    As long as you were fully clothed, you could claim that you were practising as a catcher at the next big game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Osgood
    Hope you post it
    Will do....4 shots to go before I develop
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    Hope you post it
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    On the subject of focusing cloths - It is worth getting a dress maker's tape sewn along one edge. When you do macro photography, you will always have a tape to hand to measure bellows extension, and if you use John Cook's method, no excuses.
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