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Old Jun 19, 2011, 6:18 PM   #791
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I so look forward to your posts. They give such an interesting perspective of LA. Thank you for keeping the thread going all this time.
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Old Jun 19, 2011, 6:46 PM   #792
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I so look forward to your posts. They give such an interesting perspective of LA. Thank you for keeping the thread going all this time.
Thank you. Your encouraging words mean allot to me
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Old Jun 20, 2011, 9:17 AM   #793
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Going back to film, I really enjoyed using the Canon AE-1 back in the day it was a fun camera. Make me wish I had kept my C330 camera, it was slow to but lots of fun.
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Going back to film, I really enjoyed using the Canon AE-1 back in the day it was a fun camera. Make me wish I had kept my C330 camera, it was slow to but lots of fun.
I have really been enjoying my AE-1 for the past the month a whole bunch. Downside is that it can get on the expensive side with the good films and processing.
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Old Jun 20, 2011, 10:41 PM   #795
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I have really been enjoying my AE-1 for the past the month a whole bunch. Downside is that it can get on the expensive side with the good films and processing.
For the first two or three years of shooting digital, I always came home with 72 or 142 shots. Something we film shooters would do without even thing about it, 72= 2 rolls of 36 and you get the idea. The cost made us take our time and think/plan each shot.
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For the first two or three years of shooting digital, I always came home with 72 or 142 shots. Something we film shooters would do without even thing about it, 72= 2 rolls of 36 and you get the idea. The cost made us take our time and think/plan each shot.
This is so true. Even with digital, I am quite picky. Atleast I try to be, On an average full day of shooting film, I will shoot about a roll, maybe two. Never have I shot three in a day. With digital, I average between 80-100 images. That be about it,
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I have always called myself an amateur, and my photography reflected that in the early days (70's and 80's). I would shoot 36 exp rolls and get maybe half a dozen I would claim to be mine LOL. And I would generally shoot only at events, family or other, so a roll of film might languish in my camera for months. With digital, it's more and a lot more often, and not limited to special occasions anymore. Digital has allowed us to really spread our photographic wings. I still don't worry a lot about my keeper rate, since it's "free".
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As we were leaving the River Market, caught a Target of Opportunity. I shuttered it pretty quickly without support, so it isn't as sharp as it could have been.
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