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    rather not, huh? Hey, it was just a suggestion, take what you will and leave the rest. I don't have anyway to scan but that is how I would do it. Maybe I can get Jeremy to re-scan some stuff later.

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    Sorry - too many rules....
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    Sorry - too many rules....
    Truly, dr bob.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    What rules do you dislike?

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    I personally do not find your rules limiting or unreasonalbe. It is after all VIEW Camera magazine. I would love to participate.
    Francesco

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    One of my cameras is a 6x8 format with most the movements of it's larger kin. Does this mean it's negs are excluded?
    Stop trying to get into my mind, There is nothing there!

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    Instead of doing a "view camera" gallery, why not do a "camera arts" gallery that does not exclude anyone?

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    We will drop the requirement for the borders and 6x8 with movements is acceptable.

    steve simmons

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve simmons
    We will drop the requirement for the borders and 6x8 with movements is acceptable.

    steve simmons
    Thank you! Now to find an appropriate image...

    The reason I don't want to contact print (my 4x5" negatives) is that I feel it doesn't give me enough control in the burning/dodging stage. I have negatives that don't need it, but none that can't be improved by a little burning. The situation might be different if I used 8x10" or even larger, but I still stop at 5x7". Prints from 5x7" could actually be made with a little border, as my negative holder is for 13x18cm...

    No, I'll stop that discussion right now: Some prefer contact printing, some prefer a little space between the negative and the paper. Some will even make "enlaged" prints at 1:1 to make the burn&dodge easier
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    what about prints made from dry plates or paper negatives that were shot in a large format camera (4x5 - 8x10)?

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    The camera must be 6x9 or larger.

    If you shoot with a 4x5 camera isn't that larger than 6x9 (now 6x8)?

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