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    Dog ate my homework

    Ya think maybe some sort of H2O2 fuming latensification process will help bring out the delicate shadow tones of the shots on this roll? I mean it is Fuji NPH, it should be able to withstand a mere 15 minutes of canine abuse no?






    Ah...the joys of owning a puppy!

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    "Mmmmm. Tastes good."

    "No, less filling (flash required)"
    [COLOR=SlateGray]"You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus." -Mark Twain[/COLOR]

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    Quick update!

    Some of the delicate shadow tones did come out. The pup just yacked them up next to the fern in the livingroom.

    I guess it didn't taste too good afterall.

    It sure was less filling though.

    Stand by for tomorrow's poop report. I have high hopes for creamy mid-tones!

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    Looks like the rumors of "death to film" are true in your case.

    Perhaps feed the pup some of your favorite (non-lethal) developer...see what comes out.
    Matt's Photo Site
    "I invent nothing, I rediscover". Auguste Rodin

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    think!

    A can of Alpo is always a good investment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claire Senft
    A can of Alpo is always a good investment.
    Is that the new Alpo+? I hear it is actually made in Hungary by Forte and is a full stop slower than the old Alpo.... but much finer grained than Dr. Ballard's.

    Aparently, according to the pup, the best developer for it is in fact toilet water.

    Go figure!

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    This brings back bad youthful memories of bringing home a precious, (hard earned teenage dollars), package of Agfa Brovira, leaving it on a coffee table and returning to find it torn apart by my Mother's dog.
    Gawd, I hate pets. If I want to see an animal. I'll go to the zoo.

    "Animals are crapping in our houses and we're picking it up. Did we lose a war? That's not America!" - Homer Simpson
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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    Good idea

    What a smart dog. Toilet water would be the ideal precusor for the by product of development.



 

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