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by thoughtfactory
22 Feb 2015, 21:54
Forum: Things
Topic: Tree roots
Replies: 7
Views: 1917

Re: Tree roots

a Morton Bay Fig?
by thoughtfactory
22 Feb 2015, 17:12
Forum: The Negative
Topic: Film pricing
Replies: 10
Views: 2356

Re: Film pricing

Why not buy it from B+H in New York? It takes around 5 days to arrive to a capital city in Australia
by thoughtfactory
22 Feb 2015, 17:09
Forum: The Negative
Topic: On the subject of film...
Replies: 3
Views: 919

Re: On the subject of film...

You can try Total Photographics in Kent Town, Adelaide. I order mine from B+H in New York.
by thoughtfactory
22 Feb 2015, 17:00
Forum: People
Topic: Port River people
Replies: 0
Views: 681

Port River people

Port River estuary, Adelaide, South Australia. This picture was made using a Cambo 5x7 monorail with a Schneider-Kreuznach Super Angulon 121mm f8 lens and Ilford FP4 film.It was tray processed in Kodak D-76 then scanned into a digital file using an Epson V700 scanner.
by thoughtfactory
22 Feb 2015, 13:27
Forum: Things
Topic: Port River things
Replies: 1
Views: 762

Port River things

Excelsior, Mutton Cove Conservation Reserve, Port River estuary, Adelaide, South Australia. This picture was made with a Cambo 5x7 monorail with a Schneider-Kreuznach Super Angulon 121mm f8 lens and Ilford FP4 film.It was tray processed in Kodak D-76 then scanned into a digital file using an Epson V...
by thoughtfactory
22 Feb 2015, 11:52
Forum: Places
Topic: Edgeland
Replies: 3
Views: 1086

Re: Edgeland

My apologies Maris. The title of the picture was shorthand for me to identify on the computer hard drive It's the Eastern Mt Lofty Ranges near Mt Pleasant. This is rain shadow country.
by thoughtfactory
21 Feb 2015, 19:40
Forum: Events
Topic: Edgeland--Canberra
Replies: 2
Views: 1554

Edgeland--Canberra

I had an exhibition at Manning Clark House in Canberra, ACT in November 2014. Some of the pictures were made with a large format cameras---ie., Cambo 5x7 monorail and a Linhof Technika IV. The latter was used for this 2014 picture of the Port Augusta Power Station, in South Australia. The lens used ...
by thoughtfactory
21 Feb 2015, 18:36
Forum: Community Chat
Topic: Thank Goodness the Forum came back!!!
Replies: 13
Views: 2743

Re: Thank Goodness the Forum came back!!!

Alastair, It takes ages for a 1500x1500 file to upload. Then I got this message: 413 Request Entity Too Large nginx/1.6.2 I am posting as an attachment in a post is that right? Would that be the problem? I cannot see how I can upload an image direct from my computer. Oh, I see. I cannot upload an im...
by thoughtfactory
21 Feb 2015, 18:16
Forum: Community Chat
Topic: Thank Goodness the Forum came back!!!
Replies: 13
Views: 2743

Re: Thank Goodness the Forum came back!!!

Alastair---that is a real puzzle. My files were being rejected at 1500 by 1500. I was only able to upload when at 650 by 650. The message says only 500 KiB allowed but I could only upload around 250-260KiB --whatever that is. Are administrators given more space?
by thoughtfactory
21 Feb 2015, 16:35
Forum: Community Chat
Topic: Thank Goodness the Forum came back!!!
Replies: 13
Views: 2743

Re: Thank Goodness the Forum came back!!!

I'll try and post some images and see how it goes. I notice that there is limit on the size of an uploaded file. It's taking me ages to figure out the size that is allowed.

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