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Old May 11, 2003, 2:15 PM   #11
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Hi Steve!

Writing "st. marlow" I suppose you men saint Malo...! Did you go there ? A wonderfull place - but all tourist unfortunately! (hmm...what was I ? Oh yeag - one of them.. )

I've also heard about st. Michaels Mount in Cornwall. Maybe I'll go there sometimes. Have you visited the place ? Photos ?

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Yes, what a plonker.

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Have you visited the place ? Photos ?

I have been there and any photos will be 35mm prints in the bottom of a draw somewhere - digital rules ok, so much easier to handle.
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Agree Steve - I also have too many dias hidden away - just waiting to be scanned. But it sooooo timeconsuming .

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Old May 13, 2003, 12:28 PM   #14
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Last year I bought a cheap PrimeFilm 1800U slide scanner and scanned about 2000 35mm positive slides - took ages and it was boring.

One day I'll look through all those prints and scan the good ones. Can't possibly do em all as there must be trillions of em.
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Know what you mean. I got about 1500 slides and about 2000 BW 35mm films on my ceeling. The slides are OK, but I dont know about the BW, they may be bad by now. I agree with you, when you said "digital rules". It's just much more easy in every way.

Steve - which camera do you use ?

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Old May 14, 2003, 11:48 AM   #16
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Steve - which camera do you use ?
Oly 730UZ

Sold my Oly 3020 for it and before that a Fuji 2600 and before that a cheapo Jenoptic 800i.
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Thanks guys - for the kind words! I appreciate it!
Awesome pix!

I can never get butterflies to stay still long enough to take a decent picture!
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Old May 14, 2003, 2:46 PM   #18
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any photos will be 35mm prints in the bottom of a draw somewhere - digital rules ok, so much easier to handle.
LOL! :lol:

I used to live in Colorado and have a tub full of 35mm, some of them are starting to mildew

Oh, how I wish I could do it all over again with digital!
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Well I've looked at about 3/4 of the pics and now I feel inadequate ops:

I share Gimlis sentiments - superb pictures and I'd like to reach this standard.

Superb work Klaus

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Old May 15, 2003, 2:29 AM   #20
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Hi Klaus,

Awesome !!

You are the inspiration to us !!

Do let us know when you have new updated pics !!
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