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    Welcome to APUG!
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    Welcome.
    I suggest planning your darkroom expansion in the direction of a Jobo processor, if space allows. Developing your slide by yourself will be an added enjoyment. (Not that it isn't possible without a rotative processor, but it's better with one).
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    Welcome to APUG! I don't have a RZ67 but I do have a RB67 with the same lenses as you do.

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    Hoi

    Du meinst bestimmt ARS Imago, kenne ich auch. Dir fehlt nur noch eine 4x5 inch und eine 8x10 inch Grossformat und dann bist für die Ewigkeit gut aufgestellt;--)))

    Warm welcome Armin
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    Welcome to APUG and congratulations on some very nice gear.
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    WELCOME

    If you wouldn't mind, I would like to use that phrase " Digital is like cooking in the microwave ". I'll use that the next time I am asked why I am using a film camera.

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    Welcome to APUG
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

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    Welcome to APUG Ghostman!
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    What a wonderful and welcoming community! Thank you everyone.

    Diapositivo - I have been contemplating a Jobo Processor for C41 or E6. I'm quite happy to get the colour and slide developed professionally. My locals do a great job and I can continue to support them. I am trying to focus on BW for my darkroom and technique, even though I do shoot a lot in colour and slide.

    JohnArs - ARS Imago stimmt! I warm my body by the slow-burning embers of the money I throw at photography. I have no doubt that I'll get into large format one day, I have a lot more to learn about photography before that happens though :-) I'm tempted all the time though and my Durst 1200 enlarger can take 4X5!

    RichardH - go for it. I used to be a pastry chef, which I loved because it was a combination of art and science. I realised that with digital photography I loved photography, but something was missing. The Magic ingredient, the cooking process. Digital was too easy, take meal out freezer, bung in microwave, nuke, eat, feel somehow unsatisfied. With cooking, I feel the love in real food, I love giving it to people and seeing what effect good food has one them. I get the same out of analogue photography, I go shopping for the ingredients, I plan my meal, I go through the whole process, I take and make a picture with love and then I give it to someone. When you give someone (or yourself) a hand made photo, the reaction is priceless, nobody prints photos out anymore.

    Anyway, the analogy is out there :-)

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    RichardH - go for it. I used to be a pastry chef, which I loved because it was a combination of art and science. I realised that with digital photography I loved photography, but something was missing. The Magic ingredient, the cooking process. Digital was too easy, take meal out freezer, bung in microwave, nuke, eat, feel somehow unsatisfied. With cooking, I feel the love in real food, I love giving it to people and seeing what effect good food has one them. I get the same out of analogue photography, I go shopping for the ingredients, I plan my meal, I go through the whole process, I take and make a picture with love and then I give it to someone. When you give someone (or yourself) a hand made photo, the reaction is priceless, nobody prints photos out anymore.

    Anyway, the analogy is out there :-)[/QUOTE]


    Thanks
    It's funny you used " go for it " because that is my screen name on some sites I visit a lot.
    Best of luck on your analog shooting and printing.

    Richard

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