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Body lift
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Geoffrey Crawley`s FX-55 Formula.
In article <hq2dnfDsC-e2vtnUnZ2dnUVZ_h6dnZ2d(a)>, "Richard Knoppow" <dickburk(a)> wrote: Another reason is the continuing shift of Usenet users to private mailing lists. This is partly to avoid spam and partly because many Usenet lists became pretty uncivilized. Mailing lis... 15 Dec 2008 14:29
Cold Tone B&W Paper Developers.
Does anyone know of any true `cold-tone` paper developer recipes, either MQ or PQ? -- Keith Tapscott. ... 19 Aug 2008 22:30
perceptol formula?
Does anyone out there have the perceptol formula? If you do, could you send to my e-mail. thanks.... Larry ... 31 Jul 2008 09:18
Tetenal Ultrafin Plus is there an ryo equivalent?
Is there a published formula for an equivalent to Tetenal Ultrafin Plus? TIA. -- -Lew The workers took the robot for Maria. ... 22 Jul 2008 19:54
development recipes
Hello, sorry, it's been a long time since I read this group. I need a book of film and paper chemistry recipes. I believe there was a book (out of print) called "the Photographer's formulary". does anyone know of this book or a similar book??? Please email me with a reply as I don't check these posting regul... 21 Jun 2008 21:58
Electric shutter circuit question - ready for timer?
I have an electric shutter. The circuit works the shutter when testing with a simple switch, but because I know nothing about electrics, it puzzles me. Here is a drawing of it: I am dangerously ignorant of electrics so I'm asking: How does it work that one AC pole go... 19 Jun 2008 00:02
What kind of dry-mount press?
Saw a type of dry-mount press I'd never seen before at my local recycled-goods place. It's definitely not a Seal, Inc. press, which is the only type I've seen until now. This one has a larger frame, and in addition to the heated platen and bed, there's an intermediate part with a plastic sheet held between two ... 28 Jan 2008 10:13
Did I mess up big time? (Ilford MC filtering)
I'm on the edge of beating myself up. I got a very clean Ilford 400 enlarging head. It mounted properly to my enlarger. Tomorrow I will get some more paper with the intent of using it. But the filters are Yellow and Magenta. Are these not the filters used for Ilford MC? I ask because a friend suggested they... 22 Jan 2008 20:45
Enlarger question
I've been poking around on Ebay and Craigslist and there are some reasonble enlargers available at the moment, several Beseler 23c series. What's the most basic enlarger that I can do 35mm, 6x4.5, and 6x6 negatives, and up to 11x14 prints? Thanks, Greg -- Obscurity in the low desert: http://lodesertproto... 10 Jan 2008 06:29
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