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Old Aug 30, 2007, 9:18 PM   #1
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Taken at 5 a.m. at the airport parking garage a few weeks ago. This was taken with my old film camera and converted to black and white in PSE5. Not sure how this will display. I'm not real impressed with the scanning services of film developers.

Hoping to find some time tomorrow to go out and find some new things.
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Old Aug 30, 2007, 11:35 PM   #2
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I find it impressive.It has something new to look forward to
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Very cool shot, nhmom. So, still using the old film cameras, eh?!? Good for you!
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NhMom,

I took one look at this and it conjured up memories of Eliot Ness. They were contantly showing scenes in garages in that old Chicago Era gangster series.

Very nice visualizarion.

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Thanks, mclio, Tullio and Selvin. I was walking around the parking garage trying to get a shot of the reflections over the water just before the the starting rising and the perspective of this caught my eye. Didn't have my tripod with me. Leaving the house at 2 a.m. for this airport run I was amazed I remembered my camera.

I must admit, I hadn't used the film camera since last July when I got my dSLR. But, I had sent it in for servicing (basically they said it was fine, I should use different batteries, higher mAh) and the old digital p&s was no where to be found. So, film it was! It was very frustrating not to have immediate results of shots taken. I found myself taking photos to use up the film so I could get it developed. I love digital!

Showing my age, but I remember Eliot Ness. You're right, Selvin. I'd forgotten about that.
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