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    Greetings from Greg in Sydney Australia

    Hi all

    I stumbled upon this site by accident while looking for some info on a Jobo ATL 2 + processor and I am glad I did. This site is an oasis!!!

    As to me I mainly shoot trains with an RB67 and ocasionally 6x6 a very rarely 35MM. I mainly shoot either colour slide and B&W.


    Here are some scans of my stuff. Which in my opinion is some of my average work.


    http://www-personal.usyd.edu.au/~grudd/velvia/

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    Welcome, Greg, from Melbourne, Australia (Australia and the world's most liveable city ).

    You are correct - this site is indeed an oasis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Caulfield
    Welcome, Greg, from Melbourne, Australia (Australia and the world's most liveable city ).

    You are correct - this site is indeed an oasis.
    At least you guys have got trams, one of the more civilised forms of urban transport. ;-)

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    yes, welcome.. from another Melbournian!

    Shot some steam train pics with my Mamiya (645) on the weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregrudd
    At least you guys have got trams, one of the more civilised forms of urban transport. ;-)
    Yeah, but try driving on the same street with those things. To make a left turn you have to get in the right-most lane, and turn across the traffic. Just plain wierd.
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    Hello and welcome Greg from a Sth. Aussie.

    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    Yeah, but try driving on the same street with those things. To make a left turn you have to get in the right-most lane, and turn across the traffic. Just plain wierd.
    Crazy aren't they Roteague. I think they call them J-turns. I wouldn't be game to drive in Melbourne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    Yeah, but try driving on the same street with those things. To make a left turn you have to get in the right-most lane, and turn across the traffic. Just plain wierd.
    They're called "hook turns". And it's when you turn right from the left-most lane. But the idea is that you wait for the traffic first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Caulfield
    They're called "hook turns". And it's when you turn right from the left-most lane. But the idea is that you wait for the traffic first.
    Yeah, but they are a real jolt the first time you encounter them. lol. Now you know why I don't like to drive through Melbourne.
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    Welcome Greg.

    Watch out world - here we come: "The Attack Of The Aussie APUGgers"

    Cheers,
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    Welcome Greg!
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