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  1. Goodbye my darling Polaroid

    by , 06-12-2008 at 03:00 AM
    Yesterday I had the oppertunity to work with a photografer, taking portraits. We shoot all the portraits on 8x10" polaroid and did transfers to cotton with them. It is always fun to work with Polaroids, but as we all know it will soon be over. This morning I checked with all the pro photo shops here in Denmark and all have sold out of 8x10" Polaroid film and the distributor can not get any more. Now I will have to look around on the internet to see if there are any left somewhere. But ...
  2. A show

    by , 06-04-2008 at 06:12 PM
    How exciting! Someone saw my panorimics online and invited me to participate in a group show!

    Theme of show:Suitcases.

    Creative juices apparently haven't all dried up (as I have currently been fearing). Ideas are smashing in.
  3. Teaching

    by , 06-03-2008 at 06:33 AM
    The previous weekend, I did a little wet-plate demo for some interested folks at Artomatic, the big exhibit at which I've got some work hanging. Well, one of the students at my demo went back to tell his college instructor about my demo, and now I've got an invite to repeat it for the college class at Northern Virginia Community College. I might also be teaching/demo-ing platinum/palladium for them. This is really great, as it helps to redeem some of the sting from getting rejected from grad schools ...
  4. Grain, tonality, format size and all that

    by , 06-01-2008 at 01:29 PM
    How much is grain per detail (and tonal smoothness) a function of format size?

    First, the film grain per area is a constant of format size. This is important.

    We can estimate grain increase per one stop increase in required film sensitivity as ~2x. In other words, if you shoot a film at ISO 200 then there will be ~2x more grain per detail than the same shot at ISO 100.

    Obviously this is a very rough approximation and a rather pessimistic one at that. ...
  5. Mamiya RB Back Question..?

    by , 05-30-2008 at 02:17 PM
    I currently shot with several different medium format camera systems and have for over 35 years. One would think, I would know or have found the answer to this question by my by now.

    Does anyone know for a fact, if the RH12/24 singer or grayflex film backs will mount to the RB Pro, Pro S, or Pro SD System camera and actually be a usable entity? I would like to be able to do 6x6 format on this system thus eliminating a couple of other complete camera systems I have been totting around ...



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