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Thoughts on Sheltering IN
Old 2 Weeks Ago   #1
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Thoughts on Sheltering IN

A few thoughts for these often boring times sheltering in place from COVID-19

Keep in touch with your friends and loved ones, especially those you have not talked with for awhile.

Catch up on the projects that you are behind in - you know, the ones you did not have enough time for.

Write down your thoughts on real paper, you know, that odd thin flat stuff that others don't need a battery and electronic device to read.

Be positive. Even if you have the virus, something like 80% of the cases are said to be very mild.

If sad things happen, share and remember with video events. Don't get you and yours ill with in person events.


Be happy - buy lots of cameras and photo stuff.


How are you making the best of this health emergency?


Best to everyone,

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Thanks, I been going through 50 year old slides. Re-scanning some and finding some to scan I forgot about.

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  • Only watching the news once a day
  • Long dog walks
  • Texting/calling/video chatting with friends and family a lot
  • Scanning negatives
  • Building my web site
  • Watch positive & uplifting tv shows
  • Cook meals and baking things I always wanted to try
  • Painting rooms with light & friendly colors
  • Bringing my wife breakfast in bed in the morning
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With an elderly father in the highest risk group, with me not far away, I shall be in virtually all the time.

So lots of cataloguing, tagging, deleting and working on
No darkroom availability so will have to learn virtually
Order in some good books
Still cook from scratch
Get all the gear I wish to sell photographed well and adverts written
Climb lots of stairs
Find numerous things to watch and listen to
This doesn't include the news
Learn a foreign language
Learn the language of aesthetics
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A few thoughts for these often boring times sheltering in place from COVID-19

...real paper, you know, that odd thin flat stuff...

Stephen
We’re saving that stuff for when the toilet paper runs out

Actually, I’m spending time with my digital cameras going through the menus with the operator’s manual and really getting things figured out.

Also, I’m listening to Podcasts. There are a few photography Podcasts that I really enjoy.

I upgraded the speaker wires on my stereo and the music sounds wonderful.

Some of my other plans were nixed by my wife. She has plans for me and they’re not photography related.

All the best,
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I have been working on equipment repairs that I have been putting off.

New foam in a F2, F3 and SRT-102.
SRT-102 adjusting the meter and fixing the aperture display in the viewfinder.
Nikkor 50mm f1.4 K strip down, relube and fixed the loose focus dial.
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Yep! Lots of unfinished photo projects. Still need to go find some more hobby plywood. Cobbled together, but have not tested, a Kodak Tourist 6X9. Since I do my own developing and have plenty of empty 620 spools I only had to modify the feed side to take a 120 spool.
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Between little bouts of panic here and there, I’ve mostly spent my time playing with my 4 year old son. I try to get a daily update on the news and talk with family and friends. We are all in the same boat together around the globe. I plan to do some drawing and paint as a sort of therapy soon. Today is the first day I feel a bit settled in this new reality.
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I am home from my month long US roadtrip and now need to home quarantine for two weeks. This will be a good opportunity to develop the 150 sheets of 5x7 HP5 I shot on the road.
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I am taking far too many photos of my feet while laying on the couch, light fixtures, the cat and anything else that falls within my line of sight and boundary of my property.
Come to think of it, nothing at all has changed.
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Probably going to work on a couple of photo book ideas (I try to do several a year just for me and family/friends), and run a test roll through a new camera.
Try very hard to stay off the social media / news circus.
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I plan on getting a really good start on some major sorting of gear and rearranging of the apartment. Been too long coming.


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Normal stuff going on here...taking photos on a daily basis, doing some baking and started a woodworking project I've been thinking of doing for some time...
I'm making a contact frame for 4x5 film, I wanted something that I can drop in the neg and paper without having to fuss over lining the two up... all the big cutting is done, the frame is complete, sanded and stained, will spray a finish tomorrow. The back is almost done but can't be completed until I mount the glass and measure final gap between back and glass...it looks like the back will be held in place with rare earth magnets (neodymium magnets).
I'll post some shots when its done...
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I find myself many hours at home each day. I try to take some photos when I leave our home by car. I keep busy with overseeing research projects via email. I listen to music of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, REM, ... etc. I surf the internet.
I teach my university classes via online delivery.
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Thanks for your thoughts.

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How are you making the best of this health emergency?
Cancelling trips to visit our grand children and their families.

Our son in law, living in LaCanada, CA said the grocery store they buy from was only allowing five in at a time. Haven’t done that here in Minneapolis.

Probably canceling a trip we were going to make in June.

Putting fewer miles on our automobiles. Gasoline less than $2.00 in some places.

Can’t eat out as restaurants are closed. Some are offering take out.

Found this site as it contains a history of past virus outbreaks:

https://www.healthline.com/health-ne...s#Seasonal-flu
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I spent February (under lock down in China) improving my life drawing skill through online courses. Something you don't always have the time to do once you become professional.

It was very productive!
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Played with the cats

changed oil in my CRV

cut the grass

played the piano

played with the cats

...this is going to get boring soon as I only have one more vehicle that's due for oil change for tomorrow...

but I'll do laundry

cut some more grass

play the piano some more....

As I am in an essential business, I'll go into the city on Monday and get more work to complete at home

and I do have a library of books I have wanted to read Ill start in on

First time in my 70 years, with nothing really necessary to do other than to stay healthy.
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Where I'm, if no illness, only social distancing of six f is advised. Two meters for the rest of the World measure.
I sold one Cosina Viogtlander product to film enthusiast in California and ordered another Cosina Viogtlander product.
I still have to take Go Train next Monday to Friday and go to Toronto downtown. Our department can't be all at home by same time. Not as important as food stores, but still. Many, if not most of older, people are still watching linear TV. Two provincial subsidized TV channels are run by us.
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I got 30 sheets of 4x5 waiting in my fridge to be developed -- and I have a day job (WFH for the next couple of weeks -- I'll be fine...
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Finding the cases for all the UV Filters lying around.
Getting low priority projects done around the house.
Taking walks and appreciating it more.
Making phone calls to folks I don't speak to very often.
Reading books I have put aside for a rainy day.
Trying super hard not getting grouchy.
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One of the nice side-effects of the current panic buying is that I'm back to shopping at, and chatting with, the greengrocers running their stalls on Orpington High Street.

My wife and I are both working from home, so I may be either dead or running from the Law by the end of April, but I think most of us are going to be fine.
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My wife and I live about 20 miles north of the centre of London; there’s just the two of us in the house but have thirteen other neighbours in our cul-de-sac, most of whom we never see. We’re a seven minute walk from the centre of our town.

Last Saturday we made the decision to self-isolate at home. It isn’t so bad…

Did you know that packets of pasta aren’t made equal? No, me neither… on checking, one has 473 pieces, the other has 489… same with rice. Not desperate enough - yet - to count fine couscous.

Anyway, seriously…

Last week
Weather has been reasonable so we have made a little start in tidying the garden.
Did some early morning shopping for essentials and to help out an elderly friend.
Started fixing home stuff that has needed attention, like forever. Isn’t Araldite wonderful?
Going through my image files to make them more logical and easier to navigate.
Backed up a ton of stuff, deleted much more.
Listening to more music, and reading more.
Stopped our Mon-Fri gym sessions, so exercising at home… but it isn’t the same.
After the initial 24-hour permanent rolling news, watching the news once a day.

Today:
Going for a 7-mile river/canalside walk - there’s never anyone about at the best of times.
Catching up via FaceTime with our family in Santa Barbara/ Goleta CA.
Cooking a new recipe for our evening meal.

Next week:
Going to properly start learning my X-Pro 3’s manual, and trying out some recommendations/suggestions from the RFF and elsewhere.
Have some ideas for home still-life photography.
A few videos to watch.
Maybe write a couple of posts for my website… it’s been too long since the last one.
Er, that’s it…
Just carrying on as normal as we can.

Keep safe everyone. Look out for each other. My best to you all.
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I did some bulkloading, fixed slipped mirror in my RTSII, now considering if it’s good time to print some photos in the darkroom.
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The scariest thing is the feeling that every person that gets close to you will potentially kill you.
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Regarding the toilet paper shortage, the stores are out in our community, but we live in the woods, and the poison ivy is turning green, so we're in good shape...::roll eyes:

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Self quarantine

We live in the country and life hasn't changed much here. The closest human beside my wife is 1/4 mile away. I work from home 3+ days a week anyway. Now it's 4+.

I have 4 frames left in my Autocord. I don't shoot "a lot." I'm deciding if I just want to get the stuff processed because I won't be out shooting in the near future.
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Regarding the toilet paper shortage, the stores are out in our community, but we live in the woods, and the poison ivy is turning green, so we're in good shape...::roll eyes:

With best regards, Pfreddee(Stephen)

2 years ago I was stranded in a shed alone by the Labrador Sea, having no idea when the pickup would arrive, for what it turned out to be 36 hours. Sheltered from polar bears with ample food left, my primary concern was the depleted TP stock.

Remembering a backpacker's Leave No Trace pamphlet about the hierarchy of comfort level on various natural materials, I set out for the no.1 recommendation which was compacted snow "of gentle shape". But it was late August and there was few snow at sea level. So I made do with what resembled it the most: shattered sea ice, with some pebbles to finish it up.

It melted to my butt's shape instantly (!) and was super effective! For a while it was like a portable bidet, clean and soothing, but quickly became too cold to hold onto.

My Inuit savior laughed hard later while navigating his boat around the icebergs into the midnight. He said he'd never done it, because should it be later into the season, you might have a hard time getting it off.

I stopped being the hippo I was and learnt to treasure every strip of TP since then.



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Regarding the toilet paper shortage, the stores are out in our community, but we live in the woods, and the poison ivy is turning green, so we're in good shape...::roll eyes:

With best regards, Pfreddee(Stephen)

I could scan some and put it on my website for you to print out and use... ;-)


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A bit off topic, but since poison ivy has been mentioned... an old family story.

Back in the early 1950's, I was not yet born, older brothers Tom and John were off in the woods of Grandma's farm when Tom, about age eight, had to go. This was when Daniel Boone was popular among young boys so Tom did not hesitate to go in the woods and yes, he did wipe on poison ivy. Fortunately Grandma Saloma Mohn had some home made lye soap. Mom gave young Tommy a good scrubbing and he only got a bit of poison ivy but the family still chuckles over this episode.

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A bit off topic, but since poison ivy has been mentioned... an old family story.

Back in the early 1950's, I was not yet born, older brothers Tom and John were off in the woods of Grandma's farm when Tom, about age eight, had to go. This was when Daniel Boone was popular among young boys so Tom did not hesitate to go in the woods and yes, he did wipe on poison ivy. Fortunately Grandma Saloma Mohn had some home made lye soap. Mom gave young Tommy a good scrubbing and he only got a bit of poison ivy but the family still chuckles over this episode.

Back to our regularly scheduled programming. Joe

Ouch!

It this point I would like to cut to an old Johnny Cash classic that people of a certain age will remember and anyone who has done the same as Tommy will relate to:

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I work from home, so the 'only' thing that has changed is the much lesser number of jobs on site. There's a considerable backlog which I will get through in rapid time.

I don't frequent pubs or clubs, nor do I drink; I might do takeaway/delivery from favourite restaurants rather than eat in, so they still get whatever patronage that I can give them.

In the time that would have been spent shooting events or driving, I can get a LOT of work done, as an afternoon or morning session essentially eats the day.

I'm looking into other avenues of income, as our government is rolling out stimulus packages right now.

As for contact with others, I'm always in contact with people via the internet. Family and friends are just an email, message or video call away. Being quite introverted, I don't mind solitude, either.

Dozens and dozens of books await my perusal if I find myself with the time. There's a well stocked video collection, and I have an ongoing memoir project. Not to mention Netflix.

And of course, keeping yourself healthy is always important, so working out when and where you can is always helpful. I do calisthenics, kickboxing and such, so there's no need to go to a gym. (Gyms have been called to close in Australia as of today.)
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Tom did not hesitate to go in the woods and yes, he did wipe on poison ivy. Fortunately Grandma Saloma Mohn had some home made lye soap. Mom gave young Tommy a good scrubbing and he only got a bit of poison ivy but the family still chuckles over this episode.
"Hey Tom, remember that time Mom scrubbed your crack with lye??"

I'm having the strangest visions of a sturdy woman with a boy bent over her knee, her hand vigorously scrubbing up and down, his butt concealed in a cloud of suds, while young Tom howls like an old dog...
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