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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy Harcom
    Lovely picture Don!

    ~Kathy~
    Thanks Kathy!

    Here is a link to another one.

    http://www.apgphoto.org/about/portfo...1/bryant.shtml

    Don

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    'I think I understood all of the techno stuff but what is a faff?'

    Don,
    If you understood all the techno stuff you did better than I did.

    Ripping off the OED:
    faff v. & n. Brit. colloq.
    v.intr. (often foll. by about, around) fuss, dither.
    n. a fuss.
    [imitative]


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    Gee, thanks everyone. Very nice discussion.

    Helen, if I may be ignorant? Are you refering to shooting HIE in medium format? Since I am new to this film completely, I find that I cannot locate HIE in 120, but there are other options (Konica, Maco...). Do you know of a place to get HIE in 120 format?

    Perhaps if I intend to shoot 120, I should try the other options as well. Although, I may also be limited with just using a deep red filter instead of a true IR filter. In otherwords, I won't really be getting the full effect?

    Well, since I am of a doer sort of tendency- I will just spring forward with my one little roll of 35mm, and just see where it leads me. (likely to several more rolls! )

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    'Are you refering to shooting HIE in medium format?'

    I should have been clearer when I referred to an M7. Though I have a Mamiya 7, and sometimes use it with Maco 820 (there's a test shot in my gallery), in this case I was referring to the 'other M7': a Leica M7.

    Though I've never used it, you can get Kodak Aerographic IR film cut from 70 mm and respooled to 120 from www.davidromano.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen B
    'Are you refering to shooting HIE in medium format?'

    I should have been clearer when I referred to an M7. Though I have a Mamiya 7, and sometimes use it with Maco 820 (there's a test shot in my gallery), in this case I was referring to the 'other M7': a Leica M7.

    Though I've never used it, you can get Kodak Aerographic IR film cut from 70 mm and respooled to 120 from www.davidromano.com

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    Helen
    I'm not sure if my last post made it, but David also has Balck and White IR in 120. It's pretty good film, I've used both color and the black and white.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen B
    'Are you refering to shooting HIE in medium format?'

    I should have been clearer when I referred to an M7. Though I have a Mamiya 7, and sometimes use it with Maco 820 (there's a test shot in my gallery), in this case I was referring to the 'other M7': a Leica M7.

    Though I've never used it, you can get Kodak Aerographic IR film cut from 70 mm and respooled to 120 from www.davidromano.com

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    Helen
    Helen and all,

    I've never purchased film from David but I've gotten good reports from a couple of close friends about his rewinds, so I think you can purchase from him with confidence.

    Don Bryant

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