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    Quote Originally Posted by JHannon
    Medform-norm, Thanks for the link. I am interested in this stuff too.
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    Glad to have been of use! Share & Njoy is my motto.

    cheers, medform-norm

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbarker
    I bought a '70s vintage camera that had a roll of film in it. Turns out, the film showed Jimmy Hoffa being picked up at the Machus Red Fox restaurant in Michigan, then being killed. Several men posed with the body before they dumped it into the foundation that was being poured for a building. The construction signs and street signs are fairly sharp in the negs, as are the faces of the men posing with the body.

    Does the film have any value?

    The film is obviously a hoax. Everybody knows that Hoffa is burried under the fifty yard line at the old Lion's stadium....

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    Surprised no one's posted this yet:

    Found Magazine
    http://www.foundmagazine.com/

    Click on the photos section.

    -KwM-

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    Found film.

    I have picked up a few cameras with film still inside but the images wern,t really anything to crow about. My greatest discovery was a roll of Kodak Pan 620 in the desk which had belonged to my late grandfather.That film kicked around for another 15 years before I realized that the sticker on the paper back said EXPOSED. My local camera shop said "We can,t process that its B+W".
    To make a long story short I cobbled together all the info. I could get on developing "old film" and gave it a shot.I practiced loading paper backed film with the lights on then loaded and processed the "old" roll. Blown away by the results.images of my grandparents,uncle and mother from around 1959-60.And still printable!
    Try that with a memory card after 40+ years.
    Film rules!
    Mike

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    Here is a link to the the guy that David was talking about on Photo.net

    Found Photos

    Lots of interesting stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHannon
    Here is a link to the the guy that David was talking about on Photo.net

    Found Photos

    Lots of interesting stuff...
    Yeah, that's the one. I find this one particularly amusing--

    http://westfordcomp.com/foundfilm/ko...coimperial.htm
    flickr--http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidagoldfarb/
    Photography (not as up to date as the flickr site)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com/photo
    Academic (Slavic and Comparative Literature)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com

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    In early February I went for a walk on a freakishly warm day and found the greatest found photo ever sitting on a snowbank.


    Gear: Camera, Brain, Light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    Yeah, that's the one. I find this one particularly amusing--

    http://westfordcomp.com/foundfilm/ko...coimperial.htm
    He developed the old roll of Kodacolor 620 in HC110 dil b?.. Looks like it worked well enough to get some decent images. If you go to his root directory, he has a section on the Quabbin Reservoir's history too.

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    I like these two, bought them at a used bookstore I used to work for:
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails chipofftheoldblock.jpg   munchkinboy.jpg  

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