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    ER, thanks for posting these. From what you've said, it looks like Efke 25 would be a good choice to use in a currently available film. Plenty of contrast available and very fine grain. Appreciate your information and posts. Now if I can just wait for some "good" weather to happen... tim

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    Mike, I'll be in Eastern Canada (Newfoundland) in the next few weeks. Any tips about shooting there, getting there and places to stay of interest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noseoil
    "Arizona - the place where the only fog is on your negatives." Perhaps an extra phrase along with the first "or in your brain" tim

    P.S. Seriously, could someone post a shot which was difficult to meter and then explain what went into taking and printing it?
    Tim, If you do a Google search under Howard Bond Procession. This is a scene that depicts fog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    Some people use a blue filter to accentuate fog. Haven't tried it myself, but I don't seem to shoot many fog shots.
    I've heard that also, but I have not had the opportunity to try it. Infallibly, every time I see a great morning fog shot I'm on my way to work and I don't have time to set it up before some latte drinking suit on a cell phone swerves off the road while consulting at his palm pilot, allowing me to get that superb car undercarriage shot I've never wanted to get.

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    Thanks Donald. tim

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