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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan McIntosh
    That is like putting plastic rims on a Mercedes Benz! Its just not a good combo.
    Owned a 200E and a 230E and both had plastic rims over steel wheels as factory fitted

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    Quote Originally Posted by noseoil
    Morton, is this a film / developer combination you have used in the past for enlarging on the same type of paper?
    No, I have no previous enlargement history.. And are basically selfstudied from books and sources like APUG I'm Just a computer geek slowly turing to a analog photo geek.. :rolleyes:

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan McIntosh
    Well, there is your problem! Why are you shooting 8x10 camera, and making prints on plastic RC paper?!

    That is like putting plastic rims on a Mercedes Benz! Its just not a good combo.
    Point taken!! I will find some 8x10 fiber paper, in the meantime I will test a section with some 5x7 fiber paper I have.

    Thanks!!
    Morten :-)


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    Is your printing bulb electronically dimmed? That could change the color temperature(more yellow?) and reduce contrast in the VC paper. Just a thought...
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    Quote Originally Posted by blix@broadpark.no
    Is your printing bulb electronically dimmed? That could change the color temperature(more yellow?) and reduce contrast in the VC paper. Just a thought...
    Yes, it surely is... Hmmm.. I will do some test with a un-dimmed bulb at a larger distance.

    Takk for godt råd Amund!! Ps ble dere mange forrige søndag i Oslo?
    Morten :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdef
    The easiest way to make a glowing print is to .........<plenty of good advice>.... . Good luck, and don't get discouraged.

    Jay
    No way, just more trial and error (hmm fun :-)
    Morten :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by morkolv
    Yes, it surely is... Hmmm.. I will do some test with a un-dimmed bulb at a larger distance.

    Takk for godt råd Amund!! Ps ble dere mange forrige søndag i Oslo?
    Vi ble hele tre stykker. Det var bikkjekaldt, så det ble ikke så mye foto, men plenty kaffe og hygge..
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    Quote Originally Posted by blix@broadpark.no
    Vi ble hele tre stykker. Det var bikkjekaldt, så det ble ikke så mye foto, men plenty kaffe og hygge..
    Det var kulda som ikke fristet meg, etter storformat kurs i vigelandsparken med minus 15 grader for litt over ett år siden.. Kommer tilbake sterke når det blir varmere i været. :-)
    Morten :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by blix@broadpark.no
    Vi ble hele tre stykker. Det var bikkjekaldt, så det ble ikke så mye foto, men plenty kaffe og hygge..
    Nå er jeg nesten glad jeg ikke var der
    Så var jeg da ikke i Vigelandsparken den gangen heller - dro heller hjem til mildvær vestpå!
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    Visste inte att det var Norsk-monopol har. Som svensk kanner jag mig lite osidosatt... Bara po skoj, forstos.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

    "Make good art!" - Neil Gaiman

    "...the heart and mind are the true lens of the camera". - Yousuf Karsh

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    Quote Originally Posted by huggyviking
    Visste inte att det var Norsk-monopol har. Som svensk kanner jag mig lite osidosatt... Bara po skoj, forstos.
    Det er bra, fortsett med det!! Spesiellt i disse OS tider hvor Sverige nå leder på antall medaljer forran Norge.

    Burde vi foreslått ett eget Scandinavian forum til Sean mon tro??
    Morten :-)


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