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  1. wildbillbugman's Avatar
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    I was speaking of commercial tatoo parlors. Not prisons. Maybe these digital tatoo guns could also be loaded with a tattoo eraser? Or switch to "suck" instead of "blow"? I'm getting too old ! The popularity of tatoos these days confounds me! Only ugly people used to get them. Now beautiful women get them !?$#@@#*****
    Updated 01-30-2012 at 03:11 PM by wildbillbugman
  2. wildbillbugman's Avatar
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    I wonder,
    Are Epson Inks aproved for TATOOS? I never had a desire to get a tatoo. But surely there is some standard for regulating toxicity levals of inks used for tatoos(?)
    Updated 01-30-2012 at 03:09 PM by wildbillbugman
  3. keithwms's Avatar
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    Hehe, yep, snapshots you can wear...
  4. Hexavalent's Avatar
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    Cripes... I can just imagine an 'app' for the various smartphones that converts pictures into tattoo-ready artwork.
  5. EASmithV's Avatar
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    Just don't shoot Fuji Film, it contains whales...
  6. keithwms's Avatar
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    Probably not much; poor chap didn't even know about daguerreotypes...
  7. Miskuss's Avatar
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    I wonder what Carl Von Clausewitz would have made out of it. Hmmm....
  8. ulysses's Avatar
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    I'd be interested in following your progress on this project. Something adaptable between 16mm (double-8) and super-8 would suit my needs well.

    Ulysses
  9. keithwms's Avatar
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    Somewhat related: here is an interesting Economist article addressing the question of why Kodak and Fuji seem to be headed in two very different directions:

    http://www.economist.com/node/21542796
  10. keithwms's Avatar
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    True, true, I also have several photos in my head that could take a long while to "find." But the "act" of taking a single photograph ... of composing on the spot... that is quite different from writing. At least for me. With writing there is no shutter released, no time interval of capture, which is what this little ditty was about. With writing I feel completely comfortable with coming back and revising over and over. In photography, once the shutter's released, that's it... for that specific moment at least.


 

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