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    Nah, you didn't miss anything worth repeating!

    Welcome back.
    "Only dead fish follow the stream"

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    I often have students ask, "I was away last class. Did I miss anything"?
    To which I answer:
    1. No. We never do anything of any consequence in class. I don't know why people come to class.

    2. Yes. Everything that is on the next test, we covered last class. There will not be a review.


    Hey -welcome back!!
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    Tom:

    1) Welcome back;

    2) You haven't missed a lot - just don't mention 20 Mule Team Borax .

    Matt

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    Yes, still lugging around the 5x7 Sinar P2, though I'm using a 150 f5.6 more now instead of my 300 f 5.6. Makes a big difference in terms of the weight of the system.
    And Bruce, I think I could at least pass a pop quiz on the last 75,000 posts. There are limits as to how much APUG could change.
    I'm shooting a lot of 320 tri-x and delta 3200 in 6X4.5, since I can't find a 35mm B&W film that I like as much as either of those. Delta 3200 rated at 800 in 645, instead of 35mm Tri-x at 200 means that my 80mm f2 lens for my Contax 645 is the equivalent of a Noctilux, but easier to focus

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