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    Welcome to APUG; about Facebook thanks but no thanks.
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    A site that rejects me when following that link in the OP.

    Thus I do not know what Indr means when saying:

    "a group all about analogue photography plus celluloid"

    I'm puzzled by that celluloid thing.


    Welcome Indr! Perhaps you make us wiser.

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    celluloid! Don't strike that match.

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    celluloid! Don't strike that match.
    Ah, I remember the smell of fresh celluloid film and ping pong balls from childhood times when we couldn't care less about using film to take pictures. Instead we would cut film in little pieces and roll them inside aluminum foil, leaving a small opening at one end then hitting up the hell of them with matches... we would instantly have little rockets flying around, leaving behind a white thick long tail of smoke. Well this goes back to early '60 when celluloid was still used for film making.
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