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    Hi, from the north Texas area

    Hello, all.
    so many times, when searching a film subject, APUG posts would be the answer I can really appreciate forums/sites like this.

    even though I sanp,snap,snap my digital Nikon, I always carry one film camera...or 4, with me. certainly need to expose more film, on average.
    Best fun I have is loading different films in my 35's. an F4 typically has a fuji color film in it, an N80 and F100 with 100/400 or what-not. and some pics with a Pentax 645. Have a working Zeiss Box-Tengor, but well, I have to figure out that "point and shoot" method..have a roll to develop, i bet it will be...really really dark.. or complety void

    Most recently aquired a used Omega 4x5, 2 lenses, and the crazy idea I can make pictures with it. good-bye bank account. It's always something, isn't it ?

    looking foward to learning a lot here.

    best regards, bryan

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    Welcome form south central Missouri

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    Welcome from Indiana. What part of northern Texas are you located? Are you in the panhandle? I travelled back and forth between Santa Fe, where I lived at the time, and my hometown in Indiana where I am now, several times back in 2007. Got some magnificent photos, it is a beautiful area that i'd like to photograph again in greater depth.

    Chris Crawford
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    Thanks for the welcome, I am an hour North of Dallas, about 25 minutes south of the Oklahoma Border and Red River

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    Welcome from Richmond, Va. Happy New Year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bspeed View Post
    Thanks for the welcome, I am an hour North of Dallas, about 25 minutes south of the Oklahoma Border and Red River
    Ahh ok, you're way south of where I was then. I drove I-40 through Amarillo during my trips.
    Chris Crawford
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    Welcome from the cold snowy north.
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    Welcome from northern Indiana, and Happy New Year!
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    Welcome from England. A little bit hanging off the south coast (as Frank Zappa once described it).


    Steve.
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    thanks kindly !
    Steve, looking forward to your camera building blog additions. I am a woodwrecker of sorts, though the tools are cobwebbed from no use in a good many years. This LF "thing" really interests me in getting back to the Saw. My Garage-shop is such a mess...might take longer to clean it up and square away, than to build a camera! yes its that bad!

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