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But what if the new Ektachrome looks as good? I don't even know what I would do with transparencies.
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But what if the new Ektachrome looks as good? I don't even know what I would do with transparencies.
Oooh, I can only hope!

I am shooting slide film this week. Not for slides, but for scanning! I would, however enjoy using the projector again but I do not want to get into that quite yet for various reasons.
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.....I am shooting slide film this week. Not for slides, but for scanning! I would, however enjoy using the projector again but I do not want to get into that quite yet for various reasons.
This thread has inspired me to pull out a few rolls of 120 Velvia I had in the fridge and take some pics with my Yashica 124G. This was probably the first time I shot transparency film in three to four years. I forgot the thrill of seeing a positive image, and I forgot how impressive a 120 transparency is. I ordered some more Velvia in both 120 and 4X5 which I plan on shooting over the next few weeks.

And to stay on topic, a Kodachrome 64 pic from 1985.



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My dad had a Gremlin in 1975, it may have been a '74 model. By then it was already falling apart. He bought it in honor of the '63 Rambler station wagon that was one of the best family cars ever.
I had a white Gremlin in 76 that got stuck in mud that deep near the Genesse River in Letchworth State Park. Took it home, hosed it out and it still ran, although "running" for these cars was always "hopeful".
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Is the guy with the magazine the father of those 15 children? He looks disinterested in making any more Another lovely shot and slice of life from a strict Catholic country.
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Is the guy with the magazine the father of those 15 children? He looks disinterested in making any more Another lovely shot and slice of life from a strict Catholic country.
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My immediate interpretation was that the old man was disinterested with “Cante Flamenco” or the kind of music being played by the boys at the back. However your interpretation is even more intriguing😎
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Walnut Hill Fountain in Omaha. Dates from the early 1900s.

When I lived in this neighborhood, this was broken, rusted, and fenced off. They did a dynamite job restoring it!

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My mom brought some of my grandfather's slides over, and we've been scanning some of them.
This is Kodachrome from 1958 while they were in Peru, taken with a Leica.

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