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    Moving to the darkside

    Yahoo!!!
    I just printed my first B&W-print tonight, it was fascinating to see the image appear in the developer.

    And it was lot easier than I thought, so I'm hooked on B&W now

    So, color and B&W slides move over, it's the darkside which are calling on me now!

    Sincerly Tom

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    Hilsen og tyl lykke. It only gets worse the more you do, the more you want to do.
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    Congratulations, Tom. I still recall my wonder at that first print, and that was 40 years ago. Great feeling, eh?
    [COLOR=SlateGray]"You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus." -Mark Twain[/COLOR]

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    NEVER gets old - its magic, I am fully convinced of it!

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    It is a great feeling!
    And very addictive feeling too....but I won't fight it

    Tom

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    Congrats! I remember pulling my first print in a class situation - and pulling my first print at home, after converting a small unused bedroom into my darkroom. It's an amazing sense of freedom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom A
    It is a great feeling!
    And very addictive feeling too....but I won't fight it

    Tom
    Con gratulations. Im happy the darkroom stuff is being used, and I look forward to see the results.
    Beware though, in a very short time the LF pushers will try to move you on to 8X10"
    BTW how is the Rodagon lens performing ?
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    Welcome to the Dark Side...

    ...resistance is futile...just go with it and enjoy!

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    QUOTE....in a very short time the LF pushers will try to move you on to 8X10"

    I know! If the LF folks at APUG don't convinces me, I will probably convince myself

    BTW it was the Componar I used, not the Rogonar! The Rogonar is only for 35mm, which is way too small now...!!

    QUOTE...Welcome to the Dark Side...

    ...resistance is futile...just go with it and enjoy!


    I will enjoy it!
    I can hardly wait until it is weekend, and I got time to experiment!


    Tom



 

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