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    Default Some photos from seaside walks

    My hobby of analog photography...It makes you think twice before pressing the button on the camera and despite it is hard work with film development it still gives a lot of fun..M594841.jpgM594842.jpgM594844.jpgM594846.jpgI559067.jpg
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    Hi Erikas
    You have a good eye. Where was this?

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    Thanks Mick... These are around this place: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.42.../data=!3m1!1e3
    You can see (satellite option in google maps) some small dots (poles) and boat shape remains in the sea..Obviously had to wait until sea goes away to take photos The last photo taken somewhere near Hastings...

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    Those are nice, gritty images, with good composition. What camera do you have for mono?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamS View Post
    Those are nice, gritty images, with good composition. What camera do you have for mono?
    Thanks Graham...I have Hasselblad 500cm, Mamiyac330 and Zenit E plus some glass filters for analog photos...I'm not in to digital photography but bought for my other half Nikon D750
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    I'm full of admiration for anyone who has the patience to go 'old-school' - the results will be worth it ...
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    Thanks for the good words..There are some more...including experiments with expired film and chemicals for film development[IMG][IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG][/IMG]

    And one for audiophiles)
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    I presume that the scratches and dust are deliberate to enhance the "old film" look?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamS View Post
    I presume that the scratches and dust are deliberate to enhance the "old film" look?
    They are real from home made film developing and some from expired chemicals...not so easy to get rid off ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinitus View Post
    They are real from home made film developing and some from expired chemicals...not so easy to get rid off ..
    With a little care, you would be surprised.
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