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    you could always get slotted film holders
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    "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."— Dorothea Lange
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    RIP Kodachrome

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    Bethe,

    Denise Ross over at http://www.thelightfarm.com/ is going to be doing an online tutorial on making dry plates. She did one on Gas Light Paper in January and, if I remember correctly, she will be doing dry plate later this month.

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    Bethe;

    Mark Osterman at George Eastman House teaches both wet and dry plate. He has all of the chemistry and equipment to do both.

    PE

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    Dan and PE, thank you both very much! I'll definitely keep both of those in mind. I do also have regular film holders for this camera. The only problem is that the curtain doesn't move right when you push the lever to expose the film. If I can get it to just be at the open position (haven't tried too hard, yet) and stay there, I can at least do the lens cap method.

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    You need to get the camera functional, can't suggest anyone in the US, I've fixed a few Graflex cameras but not for others and it's not too difficult.

    Meanwhile who need to find the T setting. not so hard if the shutter will fire.


    ian

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