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    B&W LF "Pinewood Studios" photographs

    For those loving classic old B&W cinema, this site of (film) artist Dennis Lowe, offers some very nice LF still photography of scenes and film sets

    Especially noteworthy the Pinewood section of the webpage and all the film titles and links listed there (like Man in the Moon)

    http://www.zen171398.zen.co.uk/Pinew...rly_Years.html

    Some absolutely fascinating film set photos in there...

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    Excellent link - bookmarked!

    thanks.
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    Wonderful! Let's hope he can save a lot of them!

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    Personally, I liked "The Woman For Joe."

    Looks like Joe was working on a prototype Magic Bus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smieglitz View Post
    Personally, I liked "The Woman For Joe."

    Looks like Joe was working on a prototype Magic Bus.
    Yes, that series of photos is nice, also a great conversion you did on that bus for making your tintypes!

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    "Analog is chemistry + physics, digital is physics + math, which ones did you like most?"



 

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