4x10 Pano on 8x10 Large Format - Darkroom Discussions
In my "Darkroom Discussions" video today, I review how I modified my 8x10 large format film holder to allow me to create two 4x10 pano images on a single piece of film. Watch the video, and be sure to share your comments, or ask questions in the section below.
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You mention you can only take one sheet with this technique. I presume that is only if you want to use the dark slide that you've sacrificed a slide from. If you take that slide out with another 8x10 holder you can use both sheets. I must admit I bought a Chamonix 8x10 DDS and also an extra 4x10 slide. The Chamonix DDSs are just fantastic and light. Anyway - great video - just thought I'd drop the question.
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