Who has Hurricane Sandy photos?

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  1. StoneNYC

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    I do!!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/23208896@N04/sets/72157631898896433/

    Check them out and post your own, I want to see!

    These are just the 35mm scans (and 3 digital...shhh, the digital got destroyed anyway). The 120's have to wait till I can but a real scanner, this one doesn't even have DICE technology and has chipped glass and fog (presumably from the smokers home before I owned it) and lots of dust, best I can do for the $20 it cost me.

    Go look and post your own!! :smile:


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    That was a hell of a storm! I wonder how many have flood insurance?

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    Walnut Beach?
     
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    Yes that's Walnut Beach.

    I have aftermath images but all on 120, decided its time to order an epson v750 and scan stuff with a good scanner.


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    Can you post the image in the forum? I "don't have permission to view this page"


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    You won't regret that.
     
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    Good cause I just plunked down $1,200 on the scanner and a few B+W filters and a Nikon circ pol II ... By by tax return!

    My digital is broken and instead of buying a new one I invest in my film stuff, hmm I can't decide if I'm smart or dumb yet... Lol


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    Most people might disagree, but I find the new Epson flatbeds remarkable for their price. I have made digital negatives from 6x7 scans up to 20x24 that came out beautifully.

    Back to film: it's a good plan you have there.
     
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    Ok, well its ordered and on its way from B&H ...

    Anyone else have photos? Am I the only crazy one who went out there?


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    How did you make out last night? Is there still a lot of flooding in the area?
     
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    Not so much flooding as just sand cleanup, stair/porch rebuilding, or whole house rebuilding.

    They had plows basically to plow the 4foot high sand covering some streets..

    It's sad.. If the houses hasn't been on VERY high posts they wouldn't have survived, they all had to build new staircases to get on the house because they were all washed away.


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    My grandmother used to have a house on Milford point which was built before they mandated the posts for new construction. That house made it through a number of hurricanes before it was finally torn down by the new owners.
     
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    Sad but probably a good move


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