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    Unless on some long photography trip (like used to happen before the full time job, house, child, etc.) a 100 sheet box will last a year.

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    180 sheets of 4x5 Acros. On an exceptional day, I've gone through 18 sheets. Lots of hiking in between, mind you.

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    I usually use 100 sheets of 8x10 Ilford FP4-HP5, but at the moment I've just use 50 sheets in two weeks, so I hope to use more that 200 sheets of 8x10 and 80-100 of 8x20 the next years..... Lots of work has to do!!!!!!

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    Just finished filing my 2007 LF & ULF negatives, proofs, etc. Total 8x10 for 2007 (so far) = 198 sheets. 7x17 = 48 sheets, 4x5 = 20 sheets and 5x7 = 12 sheets. Not too bad, but I hope to expose at least 50% more in 2008. I think Richard Ritter's new Lightweight 4x5/5x7/8x10 will give me more than enough inspiration to accomplish my goal.
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    Since I got my 8x10 about 3 months ago it sat idle for about a month until some film arrived and I've shot about 50 since then - arriving in a week is 150 sheets more 8x10 and 35 sheets 11x14 (to force me to build the 11x14 rear standard) - maybe its new camera excitement, but I *really enjoy it* so I'm expecting per year to be 200+ easily...

    It seems that I have a schedule that goes 1 day shoot (8 pics or so), one day develop, 3 days printing, 1~2days off ... then back into it - not in any particular order though. After today I'll have a back log of 16 or so to develop and print (Pt/Pd) ...

    So with that in mind a rough estimate would be 8x52 = 416

    I plan on using Ektachrome also, that might reduce usage as I'll plot/scheme photos a lot more carefully after looking at the developing costs.
    Cleared the bowel problem, working on the consonants...

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    I'm averaging between 4-8 sheets (2-4 locations, duplicate shot of each, just in case) of 8x10 every Sunday morning (deep in the heart of Phoenix), depending on how close my locations are to each other, so about 400 sheets of 8x10 a year. And probably 80-100 4x5 Readyloads/Quickloads also.
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    4x5: twenty to twenty-five sheets B&W per year; about the same E-6. The past couple of years has allowed less time for shooting than in the past, but hopefully the future will allow more.

    Much more 120!
    Last edited by BrianShaw; 12-08-2007 at 09:49 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: finally finished writing the sentence.

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    4x5 5x7 and 8x10 all mixed together about 250 - 300 sheets (B&W) this last year.
    4x5 is getting less use than the other two formats but i use it for color, 30-50 sheets of color in addition to the B&W.


    jan

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    I got my 12x20 camera less than a year ago and Im on my 7th box of 25 sheets.
    So I guess thats 200 sheets of film a year.

    Please, oh please, if any of you are inclined to sadistically/masochitically work out the financial math on that, refrain from informing me.

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    [QUOTE][Please, oh please, if any of you are inclined to sadistically/masochitically work out the financial math on that, refrain from informing me.
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    Promise.. As long as you continue to inspire and make beautiful prints


    jan

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