Watch this J. Brunner youtube video!
I am trying to learn some of the basic without driving everybody here crazy with those very basic questions. I stumbled on J's video and laughed my ass off!
That was great! I laughed my butt off too!
It's already here on the APUG videos. Along with many more of his and mine and others.
"Wubba, wubba, wubba. Bing, bang, bong. Yuck, yuck, yuck and a fiddle-dee-dee." - The Yeti
I love the J Brunner videos. They were, in fact, the inspiration for my own recent analog technique YouTube effort. (I couldn't find a way to add it to the APUG videos though)
WOW, i am so late, i just got my LF NEW few days ago [i don't consider GG or CG as they are old and it was difficult for me to operate them properly], so i have to shoot something very soon, but i also reading all the web to find about processing LF sheets, it seems either i have to take a risk and develop in total darkness with trays [i don't have but i can borrow them from our photography club], or order one of those tanks [daylight tank for example] and give it a go, but simply i can send it to the lab, i use the lab always for my color films, they can process B&W of all formats up to 8x10, i think they can process even larger but they told me they do up to 8x10 for a reason, so maybe i give them a try first and if my sheets are all exposed fine and the results are great then i will know that i knew how to use LF and then next step is to worry about developing my sheets by myself.
I agree, i watched his videos and he is so funny inspiring instructor, i wish if i live there so i will request his workshop.
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Uh oh, dug up this old thing!
"A day not laughed is a day not lived" my daughter keeps reminding me once in a while.
So thank you for another day of living.
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I have watched it a million times and laugh and love it over and over again. Good dude!
Like watching Bill Cosby stuff, laugh every time, never gets old. The man has a terrific sense of humor, but he ain't got no couth (that's part of the humor).
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