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01-11-2012, 12:25 PM - 1 Like   #31
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I'll try to oblige


For all the film fans, a photo from the last roll of film I have ever shot.
In May 2008 with a P&S film camera from my daughter: Minolta Vectis 40 APS


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01-11-2012, 01:15 PM   #32
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Nice and serene, Bart, film looks good!
01-11-2012, 01:24 PM   #33
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Thanks chubasco.

film is indeed hard to emulate
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Hurrah for the film shooters!

I have a Yashica Electro35 with 100-speed Provia loaded. Unfortunately not a lot I can do stuck at work late to shoot for the contest theme.

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QuoteOriginally posted by unixrevolution Quote
Hurrah for the film shooters!

I have a Yashica Electro35 with 100-speed Provia loaded. Unfortunately not a lot I can do stuck at work late to shoot for the contest theme.
I happen to like the look of film even tho i don't shoot it (i'm a bit lazy and digital requires less effort). You have time yet.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ivoire Quote
I happen to like the look of film even tho i don't shoot it (i'm a bit lazy and digital requires less effort). You have time yet.
I can be lazy myself, which is why I have 20 pounds of developed but unscanned negatives at home. I threw away all my Photo CDs, as the scans on them are so rubbish you can't even print a decent 4x6 with them. And yes, I have plenty of time to shoot, but I have to have time to get the film back too!
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Hello!

The subject itself leaves me in a kind of haze... Still I think I have a picture that fits the theme.


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Wow, great shot G.T

See you like to live dangerously

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All the images posted have some element of the theme. Still lots of time for more entries
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I was logging in to say "I got nothing" But figured, what the heck?

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Great entries, Catriona.

I particularly like the first one!
01-15-2012, 07:27 AM   #42
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bart Quote
Great entries, Catriona.

I particularly like the first one!
I was stuck waiting for a train to cross with nothing better to do... Than take pics of the train
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I absolutely love the train pic! Which camera took that one?
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I like the tractor line as well...
@Bart: it would have been better with a train, at the expense of a camera remember the lyrics of "up to my neck in you" from AC/DC ?

I'm afraid it's my latest entry. I can't see anything else fitting the theme.
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Image #2 for me, a statue showing progress in the mining industry.


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