And hello from another fellow born in England but living abroad.
I've been overwhelmed by the amount of information on here - just about everything you want to know analogue photography.
Welcome from Germany.
I love Scotland.
Have been in Lowestoft in schooldays, spending my holidays with my penfriend.
She lived there in those days. We have still contact since then!
Welcome from sunny Italy.
This is a great place to be.
Unfortunately it's only virtual. It would be fantastic meeting with all of you face to face and sharing experiences.
Can we see some of your pictures somewhere on the web ?
If so let us know.
Welcome aboard Ann.
Looks like you are suffering from the well known syndrome of format creep: cameras getting ever larger as time goes by. Sadly, there is no known cure and by this time next year we can expect to see a 10x8" camera in your arsenal ...
Have fun, Bob.
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Hi Ann, welcome from another Scot exiled in the south!
"You don't need eyes to see, you need vision" - Maxi Jazz
A very warm welcome from Wigan.
Hi everyone and thankyou all for your friendly welcome!
Keeds, Cate, Mark Antony & Snallan -it's good to meet some 'locals'. I live in Sudbury now and am quite settled here - it's a very nice town and I'm right on the edge of the countryside. (Lots of good walks around here.)
AutumnJazz & mooseontheloose - yes, there's nothing quite like striding into the undergrowth to take pictures of plants. (That's how I'd describe my garden at the moment - everything's been growing like mad but I've been too busy photographing the flowers to do anything about it!)
Bob F - I know what you mean - I've been thinking how good it would be to contact-print cyanotypes etc. from 10x8....my husband will be getting very worried!
It's great to 'meet' you all here and hopefully it'll eventually be in person, if I can get to one of these APUG get-togethers. Until then I shall enjoy our virtual gatherings!
Hello Ann from here in Norfolk.
Welcome Ann from Yorkshire, and another Canon FD and Mamiya user, you sound to me like a lady of excellent taste.