Choose one camera body and one lins (no filters) and promis that for the next couple of days (say five) this will be the tools of the trade. You may choose two different films to work with. When the time of snapshottery and printing has passed, lets say august 20 to coincide with H.P. Lovecrafts birth day and the day in 1598, when William Shakespeare's play The Merchant of Venice is entered on the Stationers' Register. And notorious criminal John Dillinger--America's "Public Enemy No. 1"--is killed in a hail of bullets fired by federal agents. Not that it has anything to to with the snapping of pictures. We present the pictures for each others. And much Oooohing and Aaaahing will take place.
Sounds reasonable?

Well then my Imps and Cherubes; start snapping and printing.

My tools of the trade will be Pentax MX, smc28/3.5, APX100, and TriX

No line up or admission is needed. If you have the prints on the 20:th, then you'r in. You are also fair game for the cantacerous old photographers whose assignement it is to go over your piccie with a fine comb.

Any takers?

well then -- snap away!

-- MW