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Old 02-05-2012   #1481
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big weekend accomplishment: scanning bw400cn and ultramax processd by walgreens. i like my scans much better than walgreens' scans.
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The weather is fine again in Pensacola. We had fog early in the morning, but I was too sleepy to go out for yet more fog photos with fishing boats. I uploaded scans from the CD's to an external drive, so that further work on the scans is faster when working with the drive.
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I was out shooting in -25C sunny midwinter day. I used my trusty Nikon FM which worked perfectly in the cold.
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Shot a few frames (Minox 35) over breakfast at a local diner. I was also thinking to do some developing today but my wife has a bad headache and can't tolerate strong smells. I think I'll just break out the screwdrivers again.
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Ending the photography weekend on a high note. I managed to remove the rotted bellows from my GS645, with remote help from fellow RFF member jnoir in Spain who will be fabricating a new one for me. Read all about it over in 120 RF folders.

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Beeing several smaller lakes freezed completely and secured by the authorities, I will try to get that sort of impressions on film this weekend.
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I will take things as they happen this weekend. Usually there is nothing special happening here, so I take some photos of the family.
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false spring is over here. high today of 38F, wind at 25mph, so a nasty wind chill. we'll be inside, at the sectional wrestling tournament. a cam will be with me, but unless the overcast flees and a clear sky offers some interesting light, i will watch wrestling ...
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We may have low 30's tonight, Paul. Bundle up and stay home .... brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
The one good thing is getting beautiful sunrises and sunsets with deep blue water on such cold days.
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Ugh...same here. Just sitting here with a cup of Starbucks Veranda coffee contemplating ...
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Very cold but sunny here in Freiburg, Germany. Will take my Leica IIIf and my new Skopar 25/4 and shoot some more slide film. Still not decided if I stay in town or take the train up to the black forest for some snowy landscape stuff ...
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Very cold but sunny here in Freiburg, Germany. Will take my Leica IIIf and my new Skopar 25/4 and shoot some more slide film. Still not decided if I stay in town or take the train up to the black forest for some snowy landscape stuff ...
NeeZee, I would love to see some of your slides from the IIIf Skopar rig!
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Dave, I posted some of my first roll yesterday:
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Just got back from shooting with a SLR, a Bessa L and a Leica III... Now drinking some hot coco, it's cold here!
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Very cold but sunny here in Freiburg, Germany. Will take my Leica IIIf and my new Skopar 25/4 and shoot some more slide film. Still not decided if I stay in town or take the train up to the black forest for some snowy landscape stuff ...
I have the same lens on my Leica III, great combo!
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Poor light here today. We had a tiny bit of snow before but it's already disappearing so everything is drab. A very un-photogenic winter we've had.
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I was in Jacksonville (Florida) this weekend. My photography was limited to using an Olympus half-frame camera plus my cell phone camera. The posted image was taken with a HTC EVO4 cell phone in B&W mode with ISO100 and max contrast setting.
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I made good progress on the M3 repair today. I was able to get the shell off (it has a dent I need to fix) and remove the RF unit (separated prism). How to get the prism out still has me puzzled...

Also waiting for the correct back door to arrive from forum member buzzardkid.
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It is weekend again, and we have colder weather than usual. A few days ago it was 77 F and now it is 48 F.

I will try out my "new" CZJ 5cm 2.8 T Tessar to see how good it is. I found a suitable lens hood for it last night, so I am ready.

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I may just sit back and watch the mud wrestling match that's going on over in the Leica M subforum, about DAG.

Meanwhile, I'm doing my own M3 repair. Outcome as yet unknown but it's fun
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Just got my Harman pinhole camera. I'll try that out later today.

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finished a roll of hp5 in my f2 this morning in some lovely, liquid light ...
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oddly enuff - the little Canon S90 digital for process-documentation (setup) for the DC Rollergirls. then on to shots of the event itself with the F5 and 35/1.4 plus 105/1.8 combo, prob pushed HP5+
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No active picture-taking this time around, but (1) tweaking and printing from film scans, including a few prints I'm offering as prizes at tomorrow's RFF meet-up & camera pageant (our twisted little version of the Academy Awards...wish we could get Miss Piggy to show up), and (2) figuring out where and how a stray hair wound up in my Nikon P6000 (inside the lens, not on the sensor, and it's driving me a little nuts). And just plain chilling out.


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Try and finish the roll of Neopan 400 in my FM2 and then develop two rolls of Neopan 400 and scan them. If I don't finish the roll then just one roll will be developed scanned this weekend.
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Took the X100 for a spin on a family walk today, may go out to the Fens north of Cambridge tomorrow to carry on with a long term project I'm working on.
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Will probably walk around in Montparnasse, walk through streets I haven't seen or head to a museum if it starts raining. In Paris at the moment.
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Meanwhile, I'm doing my own M3 repair. Outcome as yet unknown but it's fun
Don sent me a long email in which he explained the facts about Talbot's claims. That guy was not telling the truth, and Don was going out of his way to provide professional services to him.
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RFF meet at Manuel's this morning after stopping by Showcase to try out the Nikon D7000 (I absolutely hated it!). Picked up a $30 Coolpix leather case for $5 to put my cell phone in! They must have a couple hundred of these in bins and they are very nice! Also, they have 14 mp Coolpix cameras S80 and S1100, I think, both new for $125.

Picked up a roll of Acros 100.

Shot a bit with the R4 at the Paris on Ponce antique mall. That is about all so far.
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Very windy out today but got some shots on the Norfolk Southern line using my Canon AE-1program, Tokina 135mm lens, & Ektar 100.
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Very windy out today but got some shots on the Norfolk Southern line using my Canon AE-1program, Tokina 135mm lens, & Ektar 100.
Windy here, too! Jackets needed for sure even though the sun was shining. I would like to see your results with that 135!
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Used the F5 and 50 1.4 to take some shots of my friend's Nicky and Chris's week old newborn girl, Tsavo.
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I used the 5cm tessar T on my M6 for window lit photos of my daughters.
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Today I brought out the 4x5, shot a roll of Acros 100 with a 6x7 back, it's in the Fixer as I type...
Shot with 4 different lenses...I was doing some testing with exposure...
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Today I brought out the 4x5, shot a roll of Acros 100 with a 6x7 back, it's in the Fixer as I type...
Shot with 4 different lenses...I was doing some testing with exposure...
You inspire me to use my Linhof.

I have a Linhof 4x5 with a 6x7 back that I have never used! It is a heavy monster camera, but I could use it carefully by "driving" the camera to location, and then place it on a heavy tripod. I have one Schneider convertible lens for the camera.
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I had no plan to shoot today, but a couple of friends invited me and my wife for a walk in the countryside around here. The day was windy and clear and I was feeling a little bit nostalgic: I took my first "serious" camera and put an expired negative color film in it.
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I am looking forward to seeing some results from that walk, Robert.
We just got back from having dinner, and I used the Summicron 35mm at 1/15 wide open. It works well for me.
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scanned the f2a/hp5 negs and posted a couple of shots in the gallery. went to the hospital to see our dear friend chester poe. took the x100 and made some shots with iso 800/green filter settings, f2. posted 3 of those. very productive photo weekend ...
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