Joe Moche

Lives in United States Woodland Hills, CA, United States
Works as a Retired
Has a website at www.jmochephoto.com
Joined on Jan 12, 2010

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  • I have the 32-64, the 23, the 45, and the 100-200.  I also have a large collection of adapted lenses that I use for special circumstances.   It's been 2 years since I used the 23 and even longer ...
  • I have a Pro-100, an Epson 3880, and the ET-8550.  Since getting the 8550, the Pro 100 gets very little use.  The 3880 is used only for matte prints that are being sold in editions.  The 8550 ...
  • We were in London back in May/June for a couple of weeks.  For my money, it's the most photogenic city.  Your photos of Camden Town bring back lovely memories.  Shoot... it may be close to time to ...
  • I'll add my KEH story to the mix.  I've made probably 5-6 purchased of lenses and cameras from them over the past 3 years or so.  Some have been EX and some BGN.  I've been happy with all my ...
  • Well, Greg, I think you need to better define "fun." I have a small collection of lenses that I've purchased adaptors for. I never got rid of my AE-1 or the FD lenses I collected for it. I also ...
  • This happened to me with LR Classic probably 2 years worth of updates ago.  In my case, I did the updates in reverse order (though I can't remember what that order was) and the connection between ...
  • Thanks everyone for all the suggestions.  I don't know why I never use the continuous focus mode instead of S, but I guess habits are hard to break.  And I always use the GFX in single shot mode ...
  • Created discussion thread GFX100s Focus Point Accuracy
    I just went through about 30 images that I shot yesterday at the Santa Monica Pier.  Most of them were of my 5 year old grandson and his friend playing on the pier and on some of the rides on the ...
  • So the first one was a poorly done assignment for a studio lighting class.  The second one is the reflection on the far right of the mouse of my classmate who was holding a white card for me.  ...
  • Kolari converted my GFX and sent it back to me two days after they received it.  Total time, including mailing both ways was less than a week.  The camera looks great (they even did a cleaning job ...
  • Not the news I wanted to hear... :)  Is the reverse also true?  Hotspots without conversion but fine on a converted camera?  I have the GF 45 and it spends a lot of time on my GFX100s, so I'll ...
  • I played around a bit with IR with the unconverted 50r.  I found that the 45mm did well with no hot spots.  I also have some vintage Minolta and Canon glass that seems to work pretty well, but ...
  • I find this fascinating.  I just completed a project where I printed some cyanotypes on teabag paper, and then framed them with a piece of glow-in-the-dark vinyl (designed for using with a Cricut) ...
  • Created discussion thread New Life for GFX50r
    Not long after buying my 50r, the 100s came out.  Looking at the overall sharpness of my 50r images, it became clear that as I've aged, my ability to get decent handheld results has waned ...
  • I've seen something similar when I've not been careful enough when unloading the film from my camera.  If the film is not wrapped tight around the take up reel, light can leak in.  The same thing ...
  • Replied in KEH Review
    I've never sold anything to KEH, but I've bought a few items from them.  Each time, the item was rated as "Bargain."  Translated to Ebay-speak, that would be Near Mint.  The Bargain Xpro1 I got ...
  • This looks like an interesting process.  Is the image you posted just the photography you took of the exposed and glowing film?  Do you think it would scan or would the light from the scanner act ...
  • I actually own one of these things.  It works fine for printing 5x7, and in a pinch you can manage 8x10 prints.  The prints come out of the fix and get dropped into a large tray of water.  Once an ...
  • If the issues are on the shiny side of the film, you might be able to get them off.  First, try some PEC-12.  It's not cheap, and it will do a number on your brain cells if you use it without ...
  • I conducted just such a test (just B&W) recently as a project for a photo class.  Most of my classmates agreed that the differences between a darkroom print and a digital print were minimal.  The ...
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