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Old 10-14-2011   #1
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gotta love the RC

Here are some shots from a few weeks ago of my daughter. I know there is some dust and watermarks. v700 scans.

I took the rc because i didnt want to get sand in something more expensive.

In the end i think it was just perfect the perfect camera for the afternoon.
That little lens is amazing for casual people photography.
I have an 35sp on the way.

















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Thanks for sharing 'em. I dig the one of just the kite and feel it works better with the dust than it would without.
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Lovely work. In some shots, like the kite, I think the dust adds to the image.
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I think the one of just the kite works better with the dust than it would without.
Beat me to it. Great minds from Texas think alike.
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from the same roll. Thanks for the comments. That Kite was the best $5 I have spent for a long while.
Dust used to be the ultimate no-no. those occasional horizontal lines are the edge of the glass i have sitting in the scanner tray film slots to keep the film flat.
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those occasional horizontal lines are the edge of the glass i have sitting in the scanner tray film slots to keep the film flat.
I was wondering about them. I thought maybe they were added to give the photos a bit of a distressed old print look. I like them too. Sometimes accidents are lucky.

I was going to carry a FSU camera with me to work, but now I think I'll carry my 35 rc instead. It will fit better in my cruiser's vest pocket.
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I like the combo of the RC for people and close in stuff, anything with action, and a Rollei 35 for anything at or close to infinity.
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