Thanks Bethe, but that looks like too much work cutting down, plus I would never need that many sheets, 50 for $10 is fine for playing with, having to cut 25 sheets into 100 sheets for $20 isn't as much fun... haha but good to know.
Originally Posted by winger
Originally Posted by StoneNYC
you crack me up too ...
if you don't have a library nearby that has THE BOOK
this might be helpful
Originally Posted by jnanian
or THE Book? haha which is that?
And thanks, yea we'll see... just waiting for the mail man to bring my lens board... hurry up mail man!
THE BOOK = " the view camera book "
its a steve simmons production ( as in view camera magazine )
i think the ansel adams "the camera" also deals with a view camera if you can find that
its part of " the trifecta " ( camera print negative )
a library might have both or either or or all 3 or 4
As someone who has done this, I agree. Below is a shot from earlier this year on Kodalith Ortho Type 3 that expired in 1994. The film base is indeed much thinner than with normal film, but it slides right into my 4x5 holders without trimming. It took some experimenting with very dilute developer and shortened processing times to find a method that pulls some tonality out of this very contrasty film. If you can get it cheap, I say go for it.
Originally Posted by DREW WILEY
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Cool thanks. Maybe once I've perfected using the 4x5
Originally Posted by jcoldslabs
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