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Old Mar 24, 2011, 5:31 PM   #711
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The famous dude...recognized him as soon as I saw the photo. Like his pictures, a great actor.
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Old Mar 26, 2011, 11:34 AM   #712
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Thanks for the comments folks. I really appreciate them
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Old Mar 26, 2011, 11:58 AM   #713
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The look


Some style


Mean looking bunch


Nice fellow
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peak a boo


the growl


need a phone


flyers


cute


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Old Mar 29, 2011, 7:32 PM   #715
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Stand by me by Street Vision L.A., on Flickr

Twins?


Tokers


The cry of the owl


Mona


L.A.
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Old Mar 30, 2011, 9:14 PM   #716
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Race you


Puff


Thinking about tomorrow


Free samples


The matrix
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James Cromwell very famous and LOVED him on All in the family as Stretch Cunningham...good stuff
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Nesster (Jussi) a friend of mine, was kind enough to send me 4 rolls of Ferrania. 2 rolls of 100 and 2 rolls of 400. Thank you kindly 8-)

Of course, I chose the worst part of the day to shoot. high noon harsh sun light, but I was anxious to get out. I managed to shoot 1 roll of each using two bodies. It was very tough to do in the span of an hour...Anyway...It felt good to shoot analog again.

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Blurry, but I like the pic


Blending in
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Javier, wonderful film shots! I am curious, though, how do you get the shots to the computer? I had a roll developed and scanned to a cd at a local drug store, and though the results were ok, is there a better way short of buying an expensive film scanner?
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Javier, wonderful film shots! I am curious, though, how do you get the shots to the computer? I had a roll developed and scanned to a cd at a local drug store, and though the results were ok, is there a better way short of buying an expensive film scanner?
Thanks Robert, These I had CVS process and scan to a cd for me. Usually I scan them myself, but was anxious to get them done today. As for scanners I have two HP's that I think are decent and in-expensive. This is my main one
http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/sh..._apr10_scn35mm but not sure it is worth buying one in todays digital world unless you have a bunch of film (like I do) that you want to scan. I have started to scan images from the 80's of when my wife and I where in high school.
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