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    Hello from Galway

    Hello all,

    I have just joined up from Galway and I do recognise some members
    from elswhere . . . you know who you are

    Anyway I have mostly used 35mm digital but used 35mm film along with 6x6 format Lo-Fi shooting with a Holga, Lubitel and Balda Baldixette.

    I have just started on a road to building a Mamiya 645 system so will be asking the most basic questions :rolleyes: at the start.

    Thanks

    Alan

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    Welcome Alan, glad you have joined us. Good luck with your shooting.

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    Hi Alan & welcome.
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    "you get your mouth off of my finger" Les McLean

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    Almost wary to post here, as it's the first post in 5 months. Nonetheless - hi! Just joined. Based in Dublin. Really started doing any kind of considered photography on digital. These days I find myself wanting to shoot medium format more often than not (have never ventured larger than 6x6- yet). Having developed my B&W at home for some time, I recently decided to start doing E6 and C41 at home also - and have been very happy with the results.

    David

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    Welcome to apug David.
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    "you get your mouth off of my finger" Les McLean

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    Welcome to APUG, David and Alan! You're part of a really great bunch here and the Irish crowd is the best of the best! Hope you can get involved in the activities there and hope I can join you guys some day soon!
    Michael McClellan
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    Hi, I am Bill living in Bray. Have just got a large Format Camera and starting to to learn. Got the inspiration from the John Blakemore workshop last year.

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    Hi Bill,

    Welcome to the forum. It's good to see you here.
    How is the large format working out for you?

    Darragh

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    Hi Bill, welcome to apug, delighted you have joined. Now all you have to do is get Joe to join also
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    Hi to David & Bill, welcome to the Irish Section of APUG. Hope we will meet you at one of our gatherings.



 

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