Glad to hear that you are up and about, Scott. I sympathize with you in regards to the film backlog. I'm almost done with my whole plate backlog, but there is a mountain of 5x12 just waiting for me next month.
I also have a similar medium format film stock problem. Only my film is mostly Tech Pan and Maco IR. I am waiting for my Mamiya 7II to be repaired at the moment. I am shooting 6x6 in the meantime, but would like to shoot 6x7 again.
I don't think I need to convince them, most people ok with it. If they're not ok with having their photo online which depicts them as a charitable person then I will not take their photo. Signing model agreements for a project such as this is over the top and besides, I'm not making money off this and we're a little bit more relaxed over these things in Australia.
Thanks for your comment.
taking the photograph of a person even for a good cause is one thing, posting their portrait on the web is another. How do you convince people to let you post their pictures on line, do they sign a model agreement?
I thought you were busy in school, I injured myself almost 9 years ago and still have days where I can do only minor chores. There are up and down days and it's the biggest challenge I've had to face. You have to establish a new normal for yourself and go with it.
Good luck, great to hear from you.
Good to see you back! I somehow thought that you were away on a vacation / photo shoot, so sorry to hear your absence was injury related. Always a pleasure reading your posts!
Congrats on the recovery and hope you enjoy the Rolleiflex.
Can't wait till the next installment. Thank you
Someone thought you could drink Everclear? I guess my only experience with that might have been a little overboard though... (a Japanese tea cup full of Everclear is a LOT of alcohol)...
I don't remember the name of photographer who took 2 shoots per second with graflex...(double holder) He was shooting burning airship.