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Old 03-27-2006   #31
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With the mighty Holga!

Cooool! We've got a certified eccentric camera guy here! This shot just bowls me over! [sorry]

Is the Lubi as light tight as the Holga? What kind of scanner are you using?

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Cooool! We've got a certified eccentric camera guy here! This shot just bowls me over! [sorry]

Is the Lubi as light tight as the Holga? What kind of scanner are you using?

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Thats probably my favorite Holga shot.

The Lubi is very light tight, probably thanks to the velcro I use to snug up the back. My Holga 120S has velcro all over it to kill the light leaks, but my new 120N has no light leaks at all. Its almost like a real camera!!

I use a Canon CanoScan 9900F, which will do 35mm, MF and 4x5. I also have a Minolta Scan Dual III for 35mm. As you can tell, I can't just have ONE of anything!
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Here is another view of toilets and sinks....
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Ahhh, in their natural habitat!
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I always wondered where they grew those things! :
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I'm still contemplating how to use that one in the last picture. The dynamics is just mind boggeling.

I've never seen so many outhouses without the house before. Must be rough in the winter. Reminds me of some of the rest stops in Texas. On a frosty morning, those sure woke you up.



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In the studio I wear what I call "shooter black" which is just that - black or very dark clothes, whatever they may be, but usually of the nicer-than-totally-casual variety. Out and about I wear whatever's appropriate.
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Default I thought that I was the only photographer

who owns a photography vest but, never wears it. Why? Heck, I don't really know!
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Wow I would have to say nothing but a swimsuit. I do most of my work at the beach.

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I have a vest that I used to wear when hiking lots of pockets for film ,lens caps, cleaning supplies,water,extra camera body,lenses,velcro flaps on shoulders to keep tripod strap from slipping off,sandwiches,light meter,extra socks,leatherman multiple purpose tool,jeweler screwdrivers,and of course my all important cigarettes and lighter. That way I could keep the other shoulder free for the small ice chest with the beer. Its no wonder I was so tired after a hike. When I quit drinking I figured out I could do without a lot of the other stuff too. Found a bag big enough to carry the essentials and the vest stays at home. When I get tired I set it down.* For weddings ,a suit and tie(a few times* the Groom and I* were the only ones in a tie ), always dark blue or black. Everything else was jeans and a comfortable shirt with pockets. Bob


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