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Old 06-21-2019   #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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It is Friday again!
I will take some photos locally as our beaches are beautiful.

What are your plans for the upcoming weekend?
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It is weekend! We have warm weather here in Pensacola,but it is not as hot as what some locations in Europe are experiencing.
I drove to our beaches yesterday, and I used the M3 with the Hologon and the M8 with the 75mm Lux.

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This thread needs your input or it will die prematurely.
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After days with temperature very high ( >35 °C - 90 °F) and much humidity weather is now changing: storms, heavy rain and probably hail are in the forecast, lower temperature is welcome but related effects not so much!

I'll stay home, trying to put some order and more organization in my studio.

If no problem with electricity I'll start to scan my "2019 road trip polaroids", a few of which I'll post on RFF !

Waiting to see your M3 Hologon photos !

Anyone else has program for the weekend?

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Hi Robert,
Your Polaroid photos all very very artistic and should be posted at RFF.
Same goes for your photos with the M10 and the 28mm Summaron.
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I reached one month of photographic abstinence
One heat wave after another and tomorrow thunderstorms.
In May I loaded with Provia 3 cameras. The frame counters range from 10 to 28. Normally I take a digital too with me (beside my cell of course).
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If we get motivated, we'll head up to Sault Ste. Marie for their "Rendevous" festival. Other than that, I have an underwater model shoot next week. I will definitely be preparing for that.

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I may wonder down to the beach to see how the US Open Surfing is going.
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Political picnic tomorrow, plus a visit to the street market nearby, should be some photo ops. Using the M-D262 with 3.5/50mm collapsible Heliar.
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I went back to my M3 and used it today at the beach with the Hologon for a 16mm view. The 75 Lux was on the M8 for a 100mm view.
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Today we took a drive t o Sazapahaw NC for lunch and photography. Lunch was good, photography wasn't much. Maybe 5 frames.


Tomorrow we're going out early. I will be loading a Holga 120 WPC Panoramic Pin Hole Camera with Arista EDU 100 and seeing how it will do.


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Every weekend has a late afternoon walk. I usually take the M9-P and the Summaron-M 28 f5.6, but for a few weeks then the IIIf and 50 Elmar with Ektar 100. But yesterday I had Provia in the Hasselblad and wandered out with that and the 80 Planar. It was dim light so I took my monopod with a neat one way swivel quick release attachment. Photographed my usual subjects but very differently with this different set up. I had shutter speeds 1/30s to 1/125s and I used the mirror/rear shutter pre-release for all of them. I followed Ernst Wildi’s Hasselblad Manual advice to have the monopod out at an angle to make with my own two the third leg of a tripod. One set of little daffodils will be the acid test of my technique.
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It’s a pretty day, I think I’ll go to the sunflower fields at Dorothea Dix Park and then swing by the NC Museum of Art and walk around for a bit.
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Nothing. Its too dam hot in Washington DC to leave air conditioned rooms. In the winter its too cold. Spring and Fall would be great, but climate change got rid of Spring + Fall. Its either too hot or too cold.

Is photography a victim of climate change?
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Nothing. Its too dam hot in Washington DC to leave air conditioned rooms. In the winter its too cold. Spring and Fall would be great, but climate change got rid of Spring + Fall. Its either too hot or too cold.

Is photography a victim of climate change?
It depends where you live. In Pensacola where we expect very humid days, we got low humidity "California Days" for quite a while. If climate changed caused this pleasant change, then we got lucky here.
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Lots of developing from my Germany trip. Hardly started.
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It is Friday again! Isn't it great that each week we can have a weekend?!
I will try to do some photography even though the weather forecast for the weekend shows rain and wind and who knows what else. I have in my camera bag a good mix: Standard Leica with Canon 19/3.5 ltm and B&W EFKE 100 film, plus the M8 with the 75mm Lux, and also the M3 with the 16/8 Hologon and Fujicolor 400 film.

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Editing, scanning, playing with too many Polaroids...LOL

I am charging the battery of my many years old Leica X1 just to play a little ...

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Up to Prescott Hill Climb in Gloucestershire for the Vintage Sports Car Club short course competition. So lots of pre-war sports cars being driven hard up a challenging hill climb.

Weather forecast looking good, I have rolls in my Rolleiflex and Leica III so I'll take those and probably my Leicaflex. Or possibly one fewer camera if I don't want to be permanently crippled.
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I will be going on a workshop at Mt. St. Helens to capture the Milky Way on Sunday. I bought the Rokinon 24mm f1.4 lens specifically for this workshop and I will be trying it out mounted on my D700. I've never tried to capture the Milky Way before so wish me luck :-)
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Thanks Raid! If I get any decent images, I will post them on RFF.

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this weekend? shooting my brother wedding with two 6x6 folders (moskva 5 and Zeiss Mess Ikonta) with thrystor auto flashes on brackets : D and ricoh gr as a pocket rocket
this time i wont take my digital ff or 35mm film Minolta.
maybe Oly omd-em1 just in case. but that's not subject of thos forum right?
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The Golf Resort I work for is holding their annual Tournament Sunday. My job is to monitor the hole in one contest. I’ll have the Foton with, hopefully get some sequence shots of a Happy Golfer!
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I started out this weekend with taking some photos at Joe Patti’s Seafood in Pensacola this morning. I used film cameras and a digital camera.

What are your activities for the weekend?
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Still too hot and wet here to go out and take photos, better staying home and work on my scanning, editing and printing...
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