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View Poll Results: Which gear will you most likely be using?
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 3 Weeks Ago   #2881
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Which place is the exhibit at? Good Luck!
it was very private, only for friends with photos displayed in our living room !
You can see in the RFF gallery! It was good
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Working my way through developing a week's worth of busy photography. Two colour 120s and one Tmax 35mm to do, 3 pinholes (no idea about what happened to the 4th!) and one Tmax already done.
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it was very private, only for friends with photos displayed in our living room !
You can see in the RFF gallery! It was good
Excellent... and Congratulations.
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Trying to project several lifetimes of Kodachrome 8mm home movies. Projector has killed all power in the house twice now...better find another.
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WOW! Is the projector nuclear powered!?
Must be an old model projector.
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I will today try to do some more photography with my Nokton 50 1.5.
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Trying to project several lifetimes of Kodachrome 8mm home movies. Projector has killed all power in the house twice now...better find another.
Hope you'll manage to have it working...I still have my father's Bell&Howell 8mm projector, I have boxes of film but I'm afraid to use it...not sure in which condition the films are and i'm also afraid that the lamp in the projector will burn...it's the only one I have...
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In the end I gave up with the 1950s Specto projector and used a Eumig which looks '70s, ish.

After an initial smell of burning dust everything is fine and the colour and feel of projected Kodachrome is something I had forgotten. Just fantastic.

Just keep the film moving and it won't burn or melt. To be honest, if you lost half a dozen frames it probably wouldn't matter too much. Splicing is easy.
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It is Saturday here in Pensacola, USA. The weather has been hot but very good for photography if you can stand the heat. The light is very nice looking. We have been avoiding storms, and this results in good weather here.

What are you up to this weekend?

I am unsure what to do photographically this weekend. I just need to get the energy to leave our home and to take some photos.
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A bunch of artists are painting a mural on the back wall of a barbershop in my small town. I've been documenting the entire process. I'll probably drop by later today to see the latest. Take some pics too.

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I have been working the afternoon on various versions of my zine, polaroids from a road trip.
Tomorrow BBQ by a good friend...relax...
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I have a pack of Color SX-70 film in my oldest SX-70, my uncle's original one from 1974. So far, six exposures and all perfect exposures... The camera has never been serviced.

Not bad for a 45 year old camera!

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