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    Quote Originally Posted by colivet
    Yes, I know well because I grew up in Argentina where Christmas are snowless.
    Really!! I've always wanted to visit that part of the world. I guess the next time I'm on Maui I will have to look you up.

    BTW, it looks like we are in for a nasty storm this weekend. Hurricane Jova is supposed to get close to the Big Island by Friday. Button up over there!!
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    Color Film

    Anyone shoot transparencies in overcast winter weather? If so what film do you use? Colivet-any photo suggestions in the immediate Ushuaia area?

    Thanks to all who responded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trhull
    Anyone shoot transparencies in overcast winter weather? If so what film do you use? Colivet-any photo suggestions in the immediate Ushuaia area?

    Thanks to all who responded.
    Well, saturated films like Fuji Velvia 50 will bring more intense colors in overcast days. I don't shoot much color but my intuition tells me that is a good combo. The only problem is that low ASA on a very overcast day may require a tripod.
    There is a national park at the bottom of the island of Tierra del Fuego, sorry can't remember the name but it is quite interesting. The city of Ushuaia is quite photogenic too. I have only been there for a day so I did not do a lot of shooting but I know you'll feel compelled to make photographs. The city which is very small has an end of the world feeling to it.

    Have a great trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trhull
    In January I will be taking a ten day trip from Ushuaia, Argentina, and wonder if any Apugers can help me prepare. My interest is more in B&W to date, but wonder if this isn't really more of a color trip. I understand the exposure problem on bright white subjects in B&W , but am more interested in color balance, types of film, and any other advice is welcome. Thank you.
    Well, it's been a while and you should be back by now. I am interested in hearing your experience in Antarctica and how it went with your shooting.

    Christian

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