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View Poll Results: Would you participate in a Kodachrome Slide Exchange

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr82bart View Post
    Do they still make Kodachrome in 120 rolls? I don't think so. I brought this idea up with the assumption that every participant would shoot 35mm.
    Regards, Art.
    Art:

    You missed the smiley beside my 120 Kodachrome comment - I was kidding (sort of).

    I put in my reference to Kodachrome in 120 because although I've heard about it, I've never actually seen one (much less projected one).

    Thanks for coming up with this idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Nadvornick View Post
    Hmm... I see 10 individuals responded positively to the poll...

    Ken
    I didn't respond to the poll, I was initially uncommitted, but you know, Art has that way of getting yourself committed. You guys are driving me nuts. I'm a noob B&W shooter diligently trying to break myself of old color-positive instincts. The two are polar opposites!

    I just checked, my F3, which I haven't used in years, still has an unfinished roll, 10 shots left. Oops (maybe it's time for a CLA) -- Terry --
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwagoshi View Post
    I just checked, my F3, which I haven't used in years, still has an unfinished roll, 10 shots left. Oops (maybe it's time for a CLA) -- Terry --
    Hi Terry,

    Nice...

    Yep. My F2 is ready to go. CLA'd for the first and only time a few years ago. Sadly though, no K25 remaining for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwagoshi View Post
    I didn't respond to the poll, I was initially uncommitted, but you know, Art has that way of getting yourself committed.
    Oh you know you wanted it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kraker View Post
    Hm, that's not what I assumed. Art, enlighten us...
    I think the best way is once everyone signs up, I make groups; probably 5-6 people per group as it stands so far, I don't know maybe more.

    Anyway you can make one different slide for every member of your group or you can make the same image on multiple slides. It's up to you. I don't think we'll get 36 people to sign up. I hope I am wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr82bart View Post
    I think the best way is once everyone signs up, I make groups; probably 5-6 people per group as it stands so far, I don't know maybe more.

    Anyway you can make one different slide for every member of your group or you can make the same image on multiple slides. It's up to you. I don't think we'll get 36 people to sign up. I hope I am wrong.

    Regards, Art.
    OK, somebody lay out the details of how this all works for me, please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    Most mailers have a place for special instructions, and I think if you just wrote "do not cut," they should be able to accommodate you. It's not such an unusual request, since there are others shooting 35mm panoramic formats and some prefer unmounted transparencies both for enlarging and scanning.
    I think whether the slide can be uncut depends on who's service it's going through to get to Dwayne's. I don't know all the details, but I would check this out beforehand. I know if you send to Dwayne's through Wal-mart it's still Dwayne's high quality processing, but you get what you get, no special anything through them.
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    I'm in. I have some Kodachrome on order, just need to find a little ol' 35mm compact camera...

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelbsc View Post
    OK, somebody lay out the details of how this all works for me, please.
    Hi Michael,

    I keep forgetting that not everyone understands how a group exchange works. Here goes ....
    1. I asks people to to participate in a group exchange
    2. People sign up in this thread by October 31
    3. People shoot Kodachrome and get it developed
    4. I place people into groups of 5 or 6 people
    5. Participants in each group send a private message (PM) to each other their real names and mailing address
    6. Participants in each group mail each other member of their group a slide (or two) by November 30
    7. Everyone enjoys the slides they recieve from other members of their group
    8. Everyone post messages in this thread how exciting and wonderful the slides they recieve are abd that we should do this again
    9. It's Christmas!
    Hope that explains.

    Regards, Art.
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    ahhhh.....



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