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    It was great to see everyone again plus Fintan and TheFizz

    Had a fab weekend - its so nice just to spend time talking photography and seeing other peoples work

    Did anyone else hang around - the light in Snowdonia on Monday afternoon was just fabulous

    Whether I managed to catch any of it on a half decent neg is another matter

    I now have over 100 sheets of film to develop - it will keep me going for months

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Aislabie View Post
    It was great to see everyone again plus Fintan and TheFizz

    Had a fab weekend - its so nice just to spend time talking photography and seeing other peoples work

    Did anyone else hang around - the light in Snowdonia on Monday afternoon was just fabulous

    Whether I managed to catch any of it on a half decent neg is another matter

    I now have over 100 sheets of film to develop - it will keep me going for months

    Martin
    100 Sheets :o I'm impressed. Hope you've got some great images Martin.

    Barry

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    Sorry I missed out on meeting everyone this time round.. I really hope to get the chance to do so again..
    However I'm delighted to hear you all got on so well.. it sounds like a great spot you chose.. I really wish I could have been there..
    Síle

    If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarryWilkinson View Post
    100 Sheets :o I'm impressed. Hope you've got some great images Martin.

    Barry
    Barry, I am not sure impressed is the right word to describe how I felt when I counted up

    Overwhelmed is closed to the mark :o

    I can do 5 sheets an hour at best - so thats at least a minimum of 20 hrs in the darkroom just developing film.

    On a positive note, it gets dark earlier this time of year, so I can start at a better time than when I was doing it mid summer and couldn't start until 10 PM and had to be finished by 4AM
    One of the pleassures of not having a sufficiently dark darkroom to process film in

    Martin

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    I like my sleep ... I would have found some serious reasons to invest in an expert tank yonks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphine View Post
    I like my sleep ...
    Yes, we noticed that!
    The destination is important, but so is the journey

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    Hmm Hmm ....:rolleyes: there was a small technical problem with my alarm clock :rolleyes:

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    To those who were there,

    I'm envious and sorry I couldn't make it, despite the awful weather. Anglesey isn't always like that.

    How did you get on (photo-wise), what location(s) did you get to and what did you think of the place?

    And before you think of it, I don't want to hear about either beer or cheesecake, thanks

    Simon.

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    I thought I should log on and say thank you to all that attended for your excellent company, and conversation altogether a very enjoyable, for me last APUG weekend. Now all I have to do is to make time to develop my films that surely contain many masterpieces.
    Regards Dave.

    An English Eye


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Miller View Post
    for me last APUG weekend.
    Why should it be if I may ask?



 

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