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View Poll Results: Did You Shoot Any Film This Past Weekend?

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  • No, I spent all my time reading post to Brooks question about digital

    3 11.11%
  • No, I was worried about flags and such

    1 3.70%
  • Yes, then I read ALL of the post to Brooks question about digital

    6 22.22%
  • Yes, But I am too busy developing the film I shot this weekend to respond to this poll.

    17 62.96%
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    So Who Did Some Shooting This Past Weekend?

    There really isn't a reason for this poll, just thought we should take an inward look at post from this past weekend and maybe think about it and get out and shoot some film this coming weekend.....
    Mike C

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    Quote Originally Posted by photomc
    There really isn't a reason for this poll, just thought we should take an inward look at post from this past weekend and maybe think about it and get out and shoot some film this coming weekend.....
    I tried yesterday. I hiked about a half mile with the 5X7, got set up for a beautiful shot, only to find I couldn't get my ground glass or lenses to stop fogging up in the 90% humidity.

    I got REAL tired of sweating my posterior region off, so I called it a day and went home and made frozen Margaritas.
    Bob Fowler
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobfowler
    I tried yesterday. I hiked about a half mile with the 5X7, got set up for a beautiful shot, only to find I couldn't get my ground glass or lenses to stop fogging up in the 90% humidity.

    I got REAL tired of sweating my posterior region off, so I called it a day and went home and made frozen Margaritas.
    When to going gets tough, the tough go drinking...
    Bob Fowler
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    Yeah, broke out the 11x14 and tried some new lighting for portraits. Way too cool!

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    Yosemite was grand but there sure were a lot of people. Doing the 717's as we speak.
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    Not me: too busy wasting paper in the darkroom. Plus, it's been too hot and sunny to lug cameras about: roll on autumn and the accompanying low angled light and dawn at a more sensible time of day...

    Who said summer was for shooting and winter for the darkroom?: nuts...

    Bob.

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    Only shot around four frames with the RTS -- but processed two rolls of Tri-X.

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    Played around with a still life on my deck to try out my new BlackJacket dark cloth. What a great piece of gear it is!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Hawley
    Played around with a still life on my deck to try out my new BlackJacket dark cloth. What a great piece of gear it is!
    You are correct there Alex...don't have one (yet!!) but saw Jeremy's when we went out to shoot, congrats!

    Took the new (to me) 8x10 into the backyard and shoot a couple of shots, of a wicker chair from the patio...strange look I got from the wife when she came out and HER chair was sitting in the back yard...was checking the lens that came with the camera (no markings on the lens, just a Wollensak shutter).
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    ^%*&_*$%! Now see what you made me do. I was filling up the JOBO when I got sidetracked answering this poll and now the darkroom was about to float away! :o
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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