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    Lots of work to do...

    I just got home from a trip to the French West Indies. Shot 117 rolls, in 3 weeks (some for a client, but most for me). I've never had this much film to develop, but excited to get started.
    Thought I'd share, here, as most of my friends don't get it, but everyone here does.

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    Nice! I get it!! Did you see anything just with your eyes, or was everything you saw through the viewfinder?

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    Lord almighty, that's a lot of film!
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    Nice choice of films. What camera/s did you use?

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    I think I see better through a viewfinder. At least I concentrate more. But, I did get a lot of "natural" gazing in, too (as well as a lot of good food, wine, and the local homemade flavored rums).

    This was the view from my villa terrace. I spent a lot of time just watching the day begin, loitering over coffee:
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    I had a Fuji GW690II, a GSW690II, a Holga Pano, a Holga, and a Diana. The client wanted me to work with the Holgas/Diana. I used the GW the most, followed by the Pano, the GSW, and then the other two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie View Post
    I think I see better through a viewfinder. At least I concentrate more. But, I did get a lot of "natural" gazing in, too (as well as a lot of good food, wine, and the local homemade flavored rums).

    This was the view from my villa terrace. I spent a lot of time just watching the day begin, loitering over coffee:
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    Sheesh, how did you manage? Sounds horrendous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Klainmeister View Post
    Sheesh, how did you manage? Sounds horrendous!
    I muddled through...

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    its always nice to watch a box get more and more empty

    have fun eddie !
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    Sweet.. all MF film. I bet there some smokin images on those. What fun. How many rolls can you develop at once? What do you use?

    Todd

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