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Got 8-10 films to develop. A few medium-format films, that I have to develop one by one because of the size of my tank. I know it`s possible to squeeze two films into one reel, but it hasn`t been very successfull when I`ve done it. Overlapping frames and too much hassle. An easier solution is to deliver the rolls to the local photostore, but that`s just too easy.
Nikon D-70s

nice light, feels so vast even though its enclosed and that bit of red, perfect!!
Mmm, I don't see the "post a comment" link on the most recent picture (Fukk Laererne). Anyway... what I wanted to say is that something similar happened to me yesterday. I was walking in Harvard Sq. There is a coffee place, there, with a number of tables usually occupied by chess players, and their public. The tables are normally outside, but as it was raining they were actually inside, next to a window. While I was passing by I noticed a guy outside, with his face almost squashed on the window, looking inside at the chessboard. The moment was just perfect, I had my camera, it was just to take it out and shoot. However, I chickened out. To take my shoot I would have had to be quite close to the guy and I would have distracted him from his attention on the game. And he would have seen me... so I didn't shoot. Too bad, because it was a very good moment...
Daisies: that red coat was all I saw. I have to go back!
Massimo: we just have to practice! There are too many times when I wish I had the guts to raise the camera to my eye and expose. I`m not afraid to get hit or shouted at, it just doesn`t feel right...
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