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02-15-2011, 07:54 PM   #76
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Just seemed a little extreme is all. No offense taken....
that wasn’t meant to be hostile. sorry if it seemed that way.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ratmagiclady Quote
Ah, I'm assuming Seamuis is talking conventional B&W.
In that case the local labs are charging $5+ for 35 B&W...go figure...


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i didn't know the noritsu scanned at time of developing, that is intersting.
My understanding is that the Noritsu uses a ccd array to do an all-at-once image of the negative, so it is not technically a scan. The file sizes are large, but the real-world resolution sucks.


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HA! Real photography doesn't use no built in meters, you have to know your light... and no built in focusing devices, you have to know your distance... and no coatings on no lenses neither, you have to know the direction of your light... and real photographers don't expect but maybe 8 or 12 or 16 max photos per roll, if they are even using something rolled up like toilet paper




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HA! Real photography doesn't use no built in meters, you have to know your light... and no built in focusing devices, you have to know your distance... and no coatings on no lenses neither, you have to know the direction of your light... and real photographers don't expect but maybe 8 or 12 or 16 max photos per roll, if they are even using something rolled up like toilet paper




a recent shot with a 1923 6x9 folder, a Goerz Rollfilm Tenax with a Dogmar f/4.5 10cm lens.
real photographers capture their photos on glass plates, which they coated themselves.
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QuoteOriginally posted by séamuis Quote
real photographers capture their photos on glass plates, which they coated themselves.
haha nice one, but Jussi is headed that way every month the cameras get older sooner or later this is where he will arrive

form my perspective go big or go home (only 5 lbs 4 oz)

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