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    Welcome.

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    Currently I'm using 4x5, 35mm, and 120mm film.
    Remember that whilst you are in the UK, it's 5x4!!!


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    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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    [QUOTE=Ron LarFor4X5;1159039].
    Welcome Home Alysia !

    I've visited New Jersey, and gotten lost for several hours, a few times ...


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    Welcome to this great site.

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    Welcome Alysia!

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    Welcome Alysia. There's a lot of quality information here and quality people willing to help you along your way. Good luck with your studies.

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    Hello and welcome from the Heart of England,
    Hows the 5x4 going? Just got into it myself :S

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    Thank you all for the warm welcome! (:

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron LarFor4X5 View Post
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    Welcome Home Alysia !

    I've visited New Jersey, and gotten lost for several hours, a few times ...


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    I think it's something of a rite of passage... for such a small state it's incredibly easy to become hopelessly lost. My favourite was Newark at 2AM.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Welcome.



    Remember that whilst you are in the UK, it's 5x4!!!


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    Y'know, I say 5x4, but doing research online (especially when I was looking for colour) I noticed it's always written 4x5. I'm glad there's a reason and that I'm not nuts. I'll keep that in mind for the future. ;D


    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggysk8 View Post
    Hello and welcome from the Heart of England,
    Hows the 5x4 going? Just got into it myself :S

    Paul
    I haven't actually used a proper camera with it (I built a pin-hole), but I really enjoy the results. It's what I've been shooting most often with.

    Are you using a large format camera? I watched an introduction for a Walker Titan 5x4 and it seems entirely out of my league. Hah.

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    Whitley Bay? Hey, you've even got a hockey team so that you don't feel too homesick!

    http://www.whitleywarriors.net/

    Now if you're really interested in 5x4, there is a UK LF group and it just so happens they're having a workshop/meet at Saltburn in Cleveland in a couple of weeks time. Maybe worth your while joining the site and asking if you can go along and meet them?

    http://www.lf-photo.org.uk/forum/vie...php?f=5&t=2392

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    Quote Originally Posted by limnides View Post
    especially when I was looking for colour
    Good to see you're adopting our proper way of spelling too!


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    Yeah I have a Sinar P, I am really loving it. It's really not out of your league it just takes time. You should go buy a camera they are dirt cheap, go on be good to yourself

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