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    Quote Originally Posted by Donmck View Post
    Get lots of pictures of bushes and trees using the
    zone system---- there seems to be a shortage of those.
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    Hi Donmck,

    I'm not familiar with the zone system.
    I'll be using the Points System.
    I'm going to points it here, and then points it there.
    No shortage of those, either.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jscott View Post
    Good possibilities in the smaller, less touristy ranges: Pioneers, Gallatin, Crazies, Tobacco Roots, Bridger, Flint Creeks, Beaverhead Range... and the Beartooths (gorgeous).

    For towns, there's only one place to go for groaty character: Butte
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    Hi JScott,

    Welcome to APUG !


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    Don't miss the "ghost town" at Garnet. It is quite a drive, or at least was in days past. They may have paved the road by now, but garnet is something to see, indeed. The old hotel and store are a wonder indeed. I've been twice and the store was better the second time. the old cabins are worth seeing, too. The whole thing is worth the trip. And of course, you need to spend some good time in Glacier Park. Watch out for the bears. They are not to be played with at all. They are grizzlies and do drive the bus. Don't even consider getting your picture taken with one. You might wind up making a nice meal for one. Not to be fooled with. Mind what the Rangers say and tell you about them. The scenery there is not to be beaten anywhere else and is perfect for your 4x5 and any film you choose to take. I take TriX when I go. PlusX if you can get it. Efke 100, FP4 or whatever you especially like. Just enjoy some of America's best scenery!
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    While Yellowstone is nice, Glacier National Park is far better for photo ops. The St. Mary's Falls trail (about 2 miles) is unbelievable.

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    Thanks Logan,

    For the 4X5 I'm thinking about using some ERA 100 B&W, Ektar 100,
    and some "AnyChrome?" 100.
    I got a pack of ERA 100 last year, $12.00 for 25 sheets. I'll probably
    start shooting a few sheets this weekend so that I can get familiar with it.
    I just need to get the developing times for ERA 100 4X5 using D-76.
    It's not listed on the Massive Chart for using D-76.


    P.S. : JNanian; what are the B's ???


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    don't forget the b's

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    If the ERA 100 4X5 works well, I might want shoot 100 sheets.

    Where can I find developing info. using D-76 ?
    which is all I have at the moment, and actually
    the only developer that I have ever used.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    What out for the jackalopes! Jackalopes are the result of very long and hard winters combining with some really bored animals.

    http://www.jackalopejunction.com/


    Steve

    Steve is kidding you, the jackalopes are a myth. You should, however, bring a smaller format camera also. It's tough to get a picture of Sasquatch with a 4x5.

    Devil's Tower (Wyoming) is also well worth a visit.

    Harris
    "Far more critical than what we know or do not know is what we do not want to know." - Eric Hoffer

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgb74 View Post
    Steve is kidding you, the jackalopes are a myth. You should, however, bring a smaller format camera also. It's tough to get a picture of Sasquatch with a 4x5.

    Devil's Tower (Wyoming) is also well worth a visit.

    Harris
    Hey, what do you mean a myth? I remember seeing one with my own eyes every day for years! My dad had a mounted jackalope head on the wall of his restaurant for years- right above the juke box. He used to throw people off sometimes by calling it an antelabbit.
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgb74 View Post
    Steve is kidding you, the jackalopes are a myth. You should, however, bring a smaller format camera also. It's tough to get a picture of Sasquatch with a 4x5.

    Devil's Tower (Wyoming) is also well worth a visit.

    Harris
    I am not kidding they are real. The females are often mistaken for rabbits. Go to that website and you will see that you can buy stuff and mounted jackalope bucks and does.

    They are real it tell you. Just like the Velvetine Rabbit.

    Steve
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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