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12-07-2010, 07:11 AM   #16
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Ghl, even though your image was just "waving the camera around" it came out great. The highly scientific explanation was very interesting to me. Learned a lot from it.

Will have an entry for the B&W contest. Photo class ends tonight, freeing up the schedule. Still have plenty of time to enter.
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12-08-2010, 06:48 AM   #17
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I should be getting some for this one, myself. I just need to take the time to go out and take them. That, and I need to load some B&W film into an old Scale-focus camera and make sure I don't use anything I have to send out like last time.
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Unixrevolution, what kind of film did you use that had to be sent off for so long?
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12-10-2010, 07:46 AM   #20
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QuoteOriginally posted by barondla Quote
Unixrevolution, what kind of film did you use that had to be sent off for so long?
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My local minilabs can only do 35mm C-41, so any slide, true Black and White, or 120 film has to be sent out for processing. It can come back in a couple days, it may take two weeks.

I really need a darkroom, but have no money for supplies, or space.
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I've already lost to Mike Cash. Those are great shots.
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I didn't know whether these are supposed to be new photos - the 2nd two were taken on December 1st, the 1st is from last summer. All were taken with my pentax optio w60.




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You might want to revise your post, Erik. I think we both just lost.
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You might want to revise your post, Erik. I think we both just lost.
I dunno - I really like your 3rd.
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You might want to revise your post, Erik. I think we both just lost.
No revision is necessary. Yours will still be better than mine.

This is shaping up to be one of the best contests.
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...This is shaping up to be one of the best contests.
I agree. B&W brings out the best in people
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These are all very nice, hope to see more by the end of the contest :-).

Yeah Bart, Black and White is one of my favorites also, they make wonderful pictures.
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... But with nowadays techniques (digital, color pictures converted to B&W), the basis needs to be clean. You have to know what you're doing.
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