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    I was 17, not into photography, pouring lead soldiers and painting them. Playing war games. It took me another 9 years before I started photographing.

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    1988 was the year I got my MFA.

    Rollei 3000 system
    Rollei SLX system & TLR
    T-max film 120 & 35mm

    Minolta Mod III enlarger

    Uniroller base & "Thermos" type Drum with metal reels with T-max developer for film processing

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    Wasn't doing all that much photographically in '88. Mainly playing around with my Mamiya 645, a Contax 137 and a Fuji GS 645. No darkroom then, using some custom labs. Was more focused on raising two nice kids and a new marriage. Still have the nice kids, a great marriage, a darkroom and a lot more cameras & stuff!

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    In '88 I was shooting mostly a Minolta X-700 in an underwater housing, and shooting Fuji Velvia and Kodachrome.

    I now mostly shoot LF and MF, and mostly B&W, but am starting to play again with colour transparancy films.

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    I was 13 and using a Pentax S3. Not mine, and I could only afford a point and shoot which just did not do it for me, which kept me away from photography till 2003 when I bought a Zenit 212k

    I now own that very Pentax, after 25 years of disuse I got it fully rebuilt (new shutter even) and am using it currently. Nothing like the feel of a proper camera in perfect condition, every control is silky smooth!

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    My third book was published in 1988.
    During that year I was using Nikon FM2's,Fuji GSW690 and GW690, and a Fuji G617 Panorama.
    Fuji 50 120/220 and briefly Kodachrome 64 120 / 35mm

    Sent from my LG-P509 using Tapatalk 2

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    At this time I was shooting my AE1-Program and T90 cameras. The AE1-P is still there and working fine, after a CLA and "de-squeaking", the T90 is no more than a paper weight as the shutter is stuck...
    Laurent "Je suis Charlie"

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    Nikon F2A, Nikon FM. Kodak HIE & Trix. Printing on a Cathomag De vere 203 with Agfa Record Rapid in Neutol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skystrick View Post
    Just curious to see how much the last 25 years has changed the field of photography...

    Just for fun!

    Okay, back in 1988, what were you using for:
    (1) Top most-used camera?
    (2) Top most-used film?
    (3) Top most-used paper?
    (4) B&W enlarger, color enlarger, other printing equipment?


    If 1988's too specific, we can just say "the 1980s". :-)
    In the early 80's I used a brand spankin new Mamiya 645 complete with an array of lenses and accessories. I used Panatomic-X exclusively. The paper I used was Oriental Seagull grades 2&3. I printed using an Omega B600 enlarger fitted with a cold light head from Fred Picker made by Aristo. I used a 75mm Nikkor Lens.

    I was younger then.
    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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    Quote Originally Posted by skystrick View Post
    Just curious to see how much the last 25 years has changed the field of photography...

    Just for fun!

    Okay, back in 1988, what were you using for:
    (1) Top most-used camera?
    (2) Top most-used film?
    (3) Top most-used paper?
    (4) B&W enlarger, color enlarger, other printing equipment?


    If 1988's too specific, we can just say "the 1980s". :-)
    I stopped from about 87 to 98 but in 87
    Leica M4
    HP4 & Kchrome 25
    Cibachrome & Bromesko
    FSU suitcase mono (Bromesko & ciba), 8x10 tube, mono and colour step wedges



 

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