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    I remembered that the other person was Stephen Shuart but he seems to have closed his website.

    Try placing a wanted advert here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    ...visit LFPF. They're a bunch of opinionated eclectic eccentric characters, some threads go on for pages while off topic. I think the mods have given up...
    It's ironic that someone would post on APUG referring to members of another bulletin board as opinionated, eccentric characters. It doesn't get any more eccentric than this. Note that I don't consider eccentric a bad thing; APUG is a good place.

    The Large Format Photography Forum's moderators haven't "given up" at all. As volunteers who can't read every post made, they must rely on member reports of rules violations. Whenever so notified (or if they discover a transgression while participating themselves), enforcement is swift and severe, especially recently. As a member there for more than one dozen years, I'm both protective of that community and extremely pleased with how it's run.

    Whatever forum one visits, be it APUG, LFPF or another, the contributors are humans. Each human has one anus and at least one opinion. Opinion(s) will be stated. It's part and parcel of social intercourse. The best venue for participating in electronic discussions where others' opinions don't conflict with one's own would be to enter a document in MS Word or equivalent. Close document. Open document and enter a response. Nirvana.

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    Thanks for the info. If I post here, what do I call those pieces?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    I remembered that the other person was Stephen Shuart but he seems to have closed his website.

    Try placing a wanted advert here.

    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by tryals15 View Post
    Thanks for the info. If I post here, what do I call those pieces?
    George.
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    Huh. George didn't work.

    What did work was my camera! I was able to successfully load two film holders last night, take 4 pictures today, and tray develop them in my bathroom this evening. They are hanging to dry in the shower at this very moment. I had so much fun!

    Stay tuned for pictures -- although my scanner is only good to MF... hmmmm...

    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    George.

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    So I had to make 3 scans and stitch them, but here's the very first negative from my Graflex!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails FB-.jpg  

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    Nice photo and stitching job, tryals. What scanner did you use?

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    Thanks! I have an Epson V500... I realized after the fact that I could do two scans if I turned the negative the other way... =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by tryals15 View Post
    Thanks for the info. If I post here, what do I call those pieces?
    In my "Service Part Manuel for Pacemaker Speed/Crown" thoses pieces seem to be called "Yoke Guide" (easy to brake if you drop the bed without putting back the rail into the camera)
    /Bertil

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    Thanks for the info! I appreciate it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bertil View Post
    In my "Service Part Manuel for Pacemaker Speed/Crown" thoses pieces seem to be called "Yoke Guide" (easy to brake if you drop the bed without putting back the rail into the camera)
    /Bertil

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