I've got an LPL 7700 just sitting in my garage. My missus wants me to do a cleanout, so if your student wants to have it, they can contact me on email@example.com. $50.00. It hasn't been used since my dad died, but it's in very good nick and comes with 50mm, 75mm and a 90mm.
Mike, I've sent you a reply.
I've had a few things to do pushing photography out of my life. But now I'm back.
Disappointed I missed the March gathering but maybe next time.
Your ears must have been burning, yesterday using the Jobo to develop some 4x5" film, I was mentioning you to someone.
Um, Pete, this is a years old thread, better catch up with the times.
See you at bang N Stuff?
Well, didn't wanna start a whole new thread just for lil 'ole me.
I'll be at bang'n'stuff.
Glad to see your up and about Pete.
Mick's right - your ears really must have been burning. You were praised in an email I received recently regarding C41 film development :) I was wondering how you've been. It's great to see you back and about on the boards again.
Thank you all for your welcome.
I've still got several projects on the go but at least they are now for me, rather than other people so I'll be able to re-schedule when photo ops present themselves.
Welcome back Pete!! This reminds me, the last time we (Melbourne folk) tried to organise an outing it completely collapsed somehow!! Should we have another go everyone? The weather's freezing now, so... the perfect time :-)
Originally Posted by munz6869
You're in the wrong thread, Marc! This thread is 7 years old!!
LJH and me seem to have hit off in agreement Thurs/Fri speculating on spending maybe a weekend down at JamesR's cubby at Sandy Point. (See thread started by SteveR titled something about suggestions for getting his creative spark re-ignited, or somesuch...). Probably wouldn't suit you as no nearby coffee! You'd have to DIY (but if you're sweet and give me a camera to play with I'll bring my Nespresso and five vars of cawfie!) ;) The idea would be to explore Wilsons Prom, weather conditions permitting. Maybe even the dunes of Big Drift or the bigger dunes facing Darby River and the beach. Evening light down there would be a treat, assuming good conditions... if not good conditions, forget it.