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View Poll Results: Name for the new magazine

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  • LFC: light, film, camera

    17 50.00%
  • Traditional Photography

    10 29.41%
  • Classic Photography

    7 20.59%
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    "LCaFBWSi(aSSC)" -sorry Ole, that one's already taken.

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    ok I've voted.. Do we get to vote on the byline next?

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    LFC has my vote. To me, it says it all without seeming like too much of a "specialized" magazine which would allow for stronger allurement just off a newstand. I'm all for keeping it about film photography but, if advertising is needed to help support the mag, I think LFC would appeal to a larger range of advertisers.

    BTW, is a link going up soon for subscriptions as mentioned in another post?

    Delano

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    Well now that I voted do I get one of those buttons with a picture of a diaphram on it that says "I VOTED"
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    I don't have a suggestion for the magazine but I think that using the word "Analog" in naming this website is brilliant. It encompasses all formats and camera types, Color and B&W, conventional and alternative processes.
    The only thing that it pointedly excludes are digital photographers who certainly have no problem in finding venues to discuss gigabytes and megapixels and which of this week's eight dozen new models have the coolest gizmos and why last week's eight dozen new models are now obsolete, or whatever the heck it is that they like to talk about.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    Classic Analogue Photography, perhaps?

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    I've gone for "Traditional Photography".

    Says it all, doesn't need to say anything more.

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    How about 'Nonconformist Photography'....lol...we will not be assimulated by the digital masses ;-)
    RL Foley

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    How about


    JAPUG?

    None of the suggested titles really tell you about the slant of the thing, if wet processes are to be at the center.

    "What Would Zeus Do?"
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