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Large Format 3 3.23%
Medium Format RF 10 10.75%
35mm RF 60 64.52%
35mm SLR 15 16.13%
Digital Camera 15 16.13%
Other type of camera 14 15.05%
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Old 01-17-2009   #51
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Hasselblad yesterday, trying a 150/4 lens. Rolleiflex Automat today.
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Old 01-17-2009   #52
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Took pictures of our cats having gala dinner

I have used my Rolleiflex TLR, tripod, 2 Nikon SB-28 flashlights, a white umbrella, Ilford Delta 400, salmon (from a can of catfood) and some other delicious food, 2 of 3 cats (the third got shy when she saw the camera)
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It warmed up to a comfy 58F or so today. I drove to the beach with the girls, and I took two rolls of film there.
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Old 01-17-2009   #54
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Used the 'blad and 80 Planar this morning, took the M6 out with the Wife and kids to go shopping (with 'cron 50 and CV 28/2.0) both with Tri-X
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Old 01-17-2009   #55
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It's Nikon weekend

Sunday there will be a European vintage/exotic car show at Sacramento's version of Rodeo Drive. I will carry my Nikon S2 with 5cm f1.4 lens and C/V R2S with 25 and 85 lenses. I'll shoot color slide and b&w.
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It was raining this morning, but then the rain stopped. I took a roll of film at the fishing pier, with many birds resting there. It was a day for B&W.
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Old 01-18-2009   #57
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It was raining this morning, but then the rain stopped. I took a roll of film at the fishing pier, with many birds resting there. It was a day for B&W.
It was close to a b/w day for me, too, but the rain / snow just wouldn't stop so it turned into a day of developing a few of those abandoned rolls.
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Old 01-18-2009   #58
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On Saturday I just moved bench with my De Vere, so spent a couple of hours spring-cleaning it and re-truing.

I thought I wasn't going to make any photos this weekend, just prints, but ended up using a tiny d%$# point-and-shoot, braced on my knee, from the front row of a concert, in order to help out neighbours with pictures of their violin playing nine year-old. A tiny sensor, 1/20 sec shutter and 400asa does not make for stunning quality pics. Moderately atmospheric though.
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Old 01-18-2009   #59
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I'll be lying in bed hopped up on pain killers while i wait for my mouth to heal after having my wisdom teeth stripped of their knowledge.
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jbf: Sorry to learn about your teeth pains. Hopefully, things will improve soon.
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Old 01-23-2009   #61
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It is a sunny Friday here in Penscaola, with a forecast of 70F for today's high temperature. I am planning to do some photography, just like all weekends. In the spirit of "fairness" to my cameras, I will use what I have not used last weekend. Most likely, I will use some MF camera this time.

What are your weekend plans?
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Old 01-24-2009   #62
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You gotta have weekend plans!
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Old 01-24-2009   #63
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70 degrees..... lucky.

With the windchill here, it's more like -30.
Needless to say I'm not going outside.
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Old 01-25-2009   #64
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I'll be wandering around outside, trying to keep from freezing and shooting landscapes with my Kodak 3A Folding Brownie (cir. 1908).
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Old 01-25-2009   #65
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I feel for the "freezing crowd" here.
We drove to the beach yesterday, and I used my Canon P with the Summarit and 35mm/3.5 Summaron, plus a Canon FD 17mm lens on a Bessa L. Today still has possibilities...
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Old 01-27-2009   #66
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I was given some MF Porta NC 160, I might just go shoot that if there's _some color out there.

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Old 01-27-2009   #67
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Going from the snowy Northeast US tomorrow to the hot West of Puerto Rico this weekend.

FP4 for the snow. Velvia 50 for the Caribbean.
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Old 01-30-2009   #68
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It is always a pleasure to think about which lens to use on a given weekend.
I am inclined to use a MF camera, but we shall see!

What are your weekend plans? Don't tell me you have none.
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Old 01-30-2009   #69
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I have 12 exposures left on my first roll of Ektar 100. I'm going to finish it, get it developed and then scan it to check it out. A friend gave me a roll of ADOX 50 that I may shoot just to try it out and compare it to the PANF 50 I usually shoot. I have 3 rolls of TRI-X that I want to develop if I can get around to it.
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Old 01-30-2009   #70
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I have one day out with the family this weekend and will probably take the rf and a 35 with a couple of rolls of someting. Adox 25 if it's bright 100 if it's not and either portra or ektar for a roll of colour.

Otherwise a dslr and a 50.

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I ended up using the Bessa L with the Canon FD 17mm 4.0 today. It was a super gorgeous day at the beach.
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Old 01-31-2009   #72
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Grapevine Camera Show (near Dallas TX), so it was a day of GAS for me. I only bought inexpensive items/gadgets. No serious damage to my budget:

Time-O-Lite darkroom timer
Several Flashbulbs (including a couple of "press" bulbs)
2 Kodak yellow-green filters for RF
A giant Kodak Wratten 23A filter
A "Frankenstein" push on yellow filter for my Summarit
A set of Walz Summarit color correction filters
Couple of darkroom tongs
Several 3 1/2 x 5 film holders and ground glass (for making pinhole camera)
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Shot some slides of our annual "Super Saturday" Streetcar trip in Philly. Cold it was...
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Old 02-01-2009   #74
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Today, I used the Bessa L with the Canon 7.5mm fisheye lens. I tried to minimize distortion as much as possible.
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Old 02-06-2009   #75
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Do you have any weekend photography plans? The cold front should be over by now in Canada and the USA. We will have great weather in Pensacola this weekend.
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