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    The spring-back film holder and camera back. I must admit it may not be the same high constitution standard that many builders of Jon Grepstad's cameras have obtained.. but a coat of hammered metal paint will hide a multitude of sins.


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    Laurent and Steve many thanks for the extra info.

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    That's the focusing screen done! Next job the front stand.


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    What a beauty! Nice job, I hope to see more of your projects posted here, and maybe some pics form that camera as well?
    Anyone can make a Digital print, but only a photographer can make a photograph.

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    Thanks Paul I will be posting many more of the production images.. and when the camera is finished..I will be out 'n about photographing views of Albany.. stay tuned

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    The front stand is taking shape.


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    I've never done any LF photography but I love the way you guys just seem to throw these things together and come up with so many gorgeous-looking instruments. I'm so impressed with how at ease you all are with the whole LF genre. "Think I'll knock up a 4x5 today." Amazing! One of these days I'm going to have a go.

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    Iesm large format can be so easy. I knocked up a 5x7 pin hole camera in just a couple of hours and it cost under $20 using foam core board.



    This is the camera



    image taken with it ..5x7 paper negative

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    Gorgeous cameras - When is the exhibition of their work coming to SW Western Australia?

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    Thanks jba. "When is the exhibition of their work coming to SW Western Australia?" that would be nice. although all going well the camera may be in the local craft/art exhibition next year.

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