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Old 08-25-2019   #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 !
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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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It is weekend again, and the sun is shining full force here on Pensacola. We have had broken heat records several times the past few days, but the sky looks great and if you can manage extreme heat, it is great photography weather.
I am debating what to do!

What are your weekend photography plans or actions so far?
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Well by contrast, it's snowing in Alberta. We usually get at least one cold-front driven storm that results in snow in August or September. I was dry-mounting prints last night. Tonight I'll print some more with some 1994 (French made) Zone VI Brilliant paper..... it's lovely stuff.... but need to punch it up a little with some benzotriazole.
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I went up to London to look at and photograph the recent Battle of Britain memorial, got caught up in a large demonstration of ex-army bikers, and then did some street photography in Soho. Upside was a clement day, downside was the realisation there are no loos in the Whitehall area. Not something that's mentioned much in street photography videos...

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Home, working on editing etc etc...
I have too many photos around...I need to find a more organized solution...and still working for the november Polaroid exhibition...
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Well by contrast, it's snowing in Alberta. We usually get at least one cold-front driven storm that results in snow in August or September...
Yes I know! Stuck in it right now in Banff/Canmore on a vacation trip. Not driving the right car & tires for this stuff. I gather this is the edge of a system much worse in the areas further SE. But out on foot in the cold getting some hopefully interesting photos..
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It is Friday!a
We have sunny weather and no rain forecast. It had been around a high of 94F for many days now. It is supposed to be fall. The Sunny 16 rule still applies!

I will try to set aside the Hologon so that I go back to using other lenses.

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I'l be photographing a bunch of artist dressed up like Van Gogh this morning, using Ektar 100 in my Canon VI-T rangefinder. Fall color season is also upon us, so will pull out some sort of camera and start taking fall color pics. BTW, freeze warnings for tonight, a far cry from your 90's.

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Good for you, Jim. I miss the fall colors.
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No fall colors here. Then again, this afternoon, the monsoon rain was flying horizontally...and I forgot to bring my rain poncho... This weekend, more in-house explorations.
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Off to the last meet of the year at the Bugatti Owners Club. Now, as always, faffing about camera and lens choice.
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Spent the day at a gardening market-exhibition, Como's lake. I took a few frames with the M10 to keep practicing...
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On sunday a walk in the moor I took a few photos with the M7 and a Lomography Purple Film...

By the way only very few photos form the gardening exhibitions of last friday satisfied me, the place was too crowded for my way to photograph!
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One weekend ago, I went on my annual photowalk during the football Grand Final day in Melbourne. When everyone else is glued to the television or in a pub watching the game, every year I visit camera shops, art galleries, and have a quiet meal away from the crowds. I started this in the 2000s and have been doing it for over 12 years. It's one of my favourite days of the year.
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It is Sunday. My weekend has been busy so far. Yesterday I took Lina to Pensacola Beach. She needed some clams for her science fair experiment on Oxygen uptake (metabolic rates) of clams under different temperature to test for differences that may arise with in creasing climate changes. We were at Pensacola Beach, so I took photos there.

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Just got back from a fall color tour. We needed to shop in a nearby town so I took along my Canon VI-T rangefinder and some Ektar. Took the long way home. Stunning colors this year, but it's also cold and wet (with some snow mixed in). I'll finish off the roll tomorrow, then process.

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It is Friday!
The weather has changed to autumn weather! It was about time to leave high temperatures in the 90's F. There may be some rain tonight and tomorrow.
We will have a family weekend, and I enjoy such weekends with wife and two daughters. If the weather is OK, I will take photos at some beaches.

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Headed to Filson headquarters in Seattle for a workshop on Re-waxing tin cloth! My Filson-Magnum bag is NOT waterproof anymore

Then maybe head over to Lake City Way to check out the new "Shot on Film" location and donate some unused gear
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We gave an extended weekend due to Monday being Veterans Day.
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I took some photos in downtown Pensacola. Nothing special.
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I the weekend I had the exhibition of my Polaroids work, with a selection from the last 20 years including our roadtrip to Norway!

Glad to say it was a positive expereince with very nice and interesting comments and conversations.

We cannot add photos in this thread but you can have a preview from my blog here.

Now some relax than back to my next project!
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Spent Friday evening setting up the Nodal Ninja 3 pano head with my new (2nd hand) 90mm APO. After some careful calibration and lots of test shots I managed to find the point of no parallax error so I'm now ready to take some high definition panoramas of Istanbul.

The tricky part will be to find the right location and lighting. The bosphoros certainly won't be an easy subject, particularly with the traffic and possible stitching issues across frames!
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