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    Quote Originally Posted by aj-images
    When I was behind the Casino, I ran into another Apugger. Must be another friend of Art!

    This was shot/processed using the Zone system theory. I'm learning and I'm happy with the tonal range. I'm anxious to see other's photos, so please post them. - Jim
    I've been trying to get into the dark to soup my stuff (and Alex's 4X5 shots) all week. I have a client meeting tonight, but with any luck, I'll be able to run them tomorrow evening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aj-images
    When I was behind the Casino, I ran into another Apugger. Must be another friend of Art!

    Jim
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    I think I saw him too, he was loading a bag with cotton swab tips and alcohol.

    Don't know what happened to him after that.

    PS: It is a very well done portrait.

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    Hey Alex, you old large format expert...

    OK, this should REALLY be done as a PM or an email, but I wanted to share this with the guys...

    I just souped your first 4X5 negatives - they look great! They're hanging to dry as I type.

    OK, off to soup some of my 5X7...
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    Bob, thanks again for showing me the door to wonderful large format photography.

    Yep, I am going to count some holder tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highpeak
    Bob, thanks again for showing me the door to wonderful large format photography.

    Yep, I am going to count some holder tonight.
    I'm glad I ran your 4X5 stuff before my first batch of 5X7. Your negs are fine, but the first of two batches of 5X7 I ran this evening... well... let's just say that if you are going to process in Microdol-X 1:3, it helps to ADD the Microdol-X to the water. Yup, I "developed" four sheets of 5X7 in plain old water... Oh well, at least my last four sheets are fine (I just posted a scan of one negative).


    BTW - I souped your Plus-X in Ilfosol-S 1:9, I find that's a very good combo.
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    Guess the water didn't work well then. Sorry for the negs.

    Here is a couple of shots I made that day on APX100 and kodak HIE.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails File0297.jpg   File0306d.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    ...another friend of Art's whose name escapes me, ....
    That's Chris who was shooting with a brand new D2X, which I won't hold against him (I have one too). He was intrigued with the 4x5s though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobfowler
    One thing that happend Saturday that blew me away was the guy who was passing by and "just happened to have" rubbing alcohol and Q-tips in his backpack so Art could clean the rollers of his Polaroid holder!
    When serendipity meets fate...is what I call it! That was a lot of gunk on my Polaroid back! Never been cleaned in a couple of years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aj-images
    When I was behind the Casino, I ran into another Apugger. Must be another friend of Art!
    LOL!

    I do have friends everywhere....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr82bart
    That's Chris who was shooting with a brand new D2X, which I won't hold against him (I have one too). He was intrigued with the 4x5s though.

    Art.
    Chris was nice enough to let me fool around with it. He had an 85 f1/4 mounted on it. He was prepared to have me call it heavy, but compared to my Leica R8 with 80mm f1.4 I thought that the package was fairly light.

    The autofocus (with more sensors than I could count) was nice too, though I much prefer the viewfinder, controls and focusing screen of my Leica SLR. We both have what we want, I suppose...
    Take care,
    Tom

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