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Peter Schrager

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Does anyone have link or email address for Mr. Bruebaker; the gentleman who makes wooden film holders? I tried google but came up emptyhanded.
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Thanks Mr Whittaker! I appreciate the info
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WarEaglemtn said:
Who makes wooden film?


I think it is the same company that made the "stone" film for the Flintstones.
You know , the camera with the critter inside that would chisel out the image after the photographer clicked the shutter.
 

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A friend of mine make prints on thick plywood (15 to 20 mm thick, roughly an inch...) using liquid photographic emulsion.
She calls the 15 mm "single weight" and the 20 double weight... The base color and defects give a real strange look to prints made this way.
Main advantage : you save the mounting and framing hassle !
 
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