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View Poll Results: Which gear will you most likely be using?
Large Format 3 3.23%
Medium Format RF 10 10.75%
35mm RF 60 64.52%
35mm SLR 15 16.13%
Digital Camera 15 16.13%
Other type of camera 14 15.05%
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #2841
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There will be saturday afternoon and sunday all day and evening a street Festival in my neighborhood because of the S.Johannes fest, with food, music, drinks and other activities.

Last year I took photos with the m10 and 28 5.6 summaron this year I think I'll use the 35 cron just for a little change. Or I'll stay with the 28...

Not yet downloaded the photos from our road trip (yes from Italy I drove 5.700 km LOL) I'll download them next week!
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Enjoy the festival, Robert.
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Friday evening here in the UK .
Shot a load of horse pics for a friend today …. so the usual for me.

Had a walk along the beach this evening
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Finish testing my bessa folder and finishing up a roll of Ilford B&W to try out reversal processing.
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Visiting Siem Reap and Angkor temples. Not my first trip here, and probably not last either
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It is Friday in the USA, and the weekend is just waiting for us to do some photography. I will meet with a fellow RFF member for coffee in the morning. We are both Leica equipment fans.

What will you be up to?
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Summertime (finally) means street fairs in northern Michigan. Tonight I walked around with my Nikon F2 and a few lenses. Tomorrow I'll bring along my Canon F-1. Sunday my Leicaflex. All film obviously.

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Our daughter came to visit for a few days over this last weekend. So wife, daughter and self went to Helmsley Walled Garden (North Yorkshire), 25 minutes away. W. left her Leica at home!!!! D. used her 'phone I had my Leica 3f. & Weston Euromaster. A veritable blaze of colour in bright sun-light. All preceded by a superb lunch at a favourite café (e acute???) and closed with tea and scones at the Garden.
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Spent couple of hours yesterday morning at the National Gallery of Art in DC observing and shooting, ended up with 3-4 shots that I liked Then spend a couple of hours in the afternoon at an informal photo critique held by the Leica store in DC, 6-8 people shared the work including a photographer who was working on very nice series shooting Fuji CS200 35mm film and another by a photographer working a nice serious of Judist Priest concert shots with her Type 109.
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