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    Drosera binata flower


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    composition, composition, composition

    nice, very nice
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    Better looking than my old pic!


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    That is an incredible photo. You still use film don't you? I think I saw in thread you mention developing. An incredible lost art.
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    Yep, still use film. I don't even own a digital camera and just borrow my sisters little point-n-shoot once in a great while.

    I no longer develop my own film although I have most of my equipment to do so. I just drop it off at the Costco one hour and have the negatives scanned to CD along with prints. Beats doing it myself. I have a real low end film scanner that does a good job but the software isn't that great. I could buy the Silverfast software but the money would probably be better spent upgrading the scanner.

    Any touch ups I do in Photoshop. The automatic film processors actually do a pretty good job with exposure and color balance. If not I can always go back to the negative.
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    Film is still my medium too. I have too much gear to stop, but when I've gone to pick up cheapo film for non-serious shooting at Sam's Club, I learned that they're not carrying it anymore.

    To get the same lens ranges plus a digital body...ouch. I'm going to just have to cling to the ol' dinosaur. I remember the annoyance of airport security going to Hawaii when I insisted on hand checking all 45 or so rolls of film. You can't get that level of security screener annoyance with digital!

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    Nice macro shot
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    I usually take the film cassettes out of the cannisters and put them in a clear plastic bag. I hand that to the security droid and they usually just eyeball it and pass it through. The cannisters go in another bag in luggage with the caps off.
    Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.

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