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Old 09-17-2011   #1
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just couldn't resist getting into medium format with this, great price and a guarantee

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Whew, that looks like a lot to learn...
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Looking forward to it, also bought the chemicals and other gear to start learning how to develop my own 35mm as well as 120/220.
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Photographers Formulary and FreeStyle Photographic can be great friends!
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Its beautiful! Very elegant. Id have fun just taking pictures OF it.
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Cheers Warpdriver, Pony and Recalibration, what's missing from this shot is the shopping bag of chemicals, graduated cylinders, black bag, developing tank and other assorted sundry items - I am going full throttle into learning developing as well.
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very nice camera Ed! B/W developing is easy and enjoyable, have fun....
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Cheers Warpdriver, Pony and Recalibration, what's missing from this shot is the shopping bag of chemicals, graduated cylinders, black bag, developing tank and other assorted sundry items - I am going full throttle into learning developing as well.
Don't suppose that includes an enlarger? My daughter really wanted to get a darkroom going in the basement (she fell in love with the one at Pratt). I bought the Beseler 23C Series II from a photographer friend. Life happens and the darkroom isn't and as much as I'd love to dabble in developing, the enlarger is too unwieldy for me.
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Thanks verdesardog and no enlarger yet studiozahzah, but it is a distinct possibility in the middle of the coming year.


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