Quote Originally Posted by Konical View Post
Good Evening,

Ian--Your comments about the reduced-size prints are interesting. On the few occasions I've done that with 4 x 5 or 6 x 7 negatives, it's been an awkward process getting the small size and being able to maintain focus; I seem to recall having to put something under the easel to make things work out. I guess a longer enlarger lens would help.

Konical

hey konical!

good evening to you too
if you have an omega D enlarger,
they make an "aux. focusing bellows" which is
basically a lens cone that is a L-O-N-G bellows used for making "jewel prints and reductions"
it also comes in handy to allow you not to need to buy any lens cones &c seeing omegas
always need those pesky cones and rails !

best
john