General Discussion: everyone's a fucking photographer


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Nobuyoshi
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463 posts since 27/12/13

13 Sep 2014 15:57
Laughing out loud
Ricer
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15 Sep 2014 12:28
Few other recent DJ bits

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Hello World
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5 Oct 2014 19:59
Found the time to get down there at last
Double D
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7 Oct 2014 12:52
Cool autumn is the season for sure
Sebastian17
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31 Oct 2014 14:19
what's the cheapest place for 35mm development? Only want process and CD, no prints.
Tronics
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31 Oct 2014 15:41
Sebastian17 wrote: what's the cheapest place for 35mm development? Only want process and CD, no prints.

if you're in london there used to be a place just off brick lane (fashion street maybe?) that did process & CD for £3.50-ish

everywhere else is £5+ (well in my area it is)
timmbo
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3443 posts since 9/2/10

3 Nov 2014 21:20
I've got some free time - are there any good online courses/Rosetta stone equivalents for photography that are a good intro to the basics?
Nobuyoshi
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463 posts since 27/12/13

3 Nov 2014 23:38
Sebastian17 wrote: what's the cheapest place for 35mm development? Only want process and CD, no prints.

Bethnal Green - http://www.192.com/atoz/business/london-e2/photographic-processing/eye-culture-ltd/12c28419-d335-4eb4-9e03-7868a5a83004/ugc/
Quite a good spot that a lot of pro's / amateurs use,
otherwise snappy snaps is generally ok, but they've fucked up a few of my rolls.

timmbo wrote: I've got some free time - are there any good online courses/Rosetta stone equivalents for photography that are a good intro to the basics?

Trial and error is the best way.

doug.
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posted 3 Nov 2014 23:44, edited 3 Nov 2014 23:44
go eye culture every time for good reliable cheap dev, fuck snappy snaps, photographic equivalent of size?

btw that bird's arse is cracking mate
Nobuyoshi
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463 posts since 27/12/13

3 Nov 2014 23:47
Yeah, just an option if he's in the area.
Middle aged woman in snappy snaps couldn't handle the buttocks,
went bright red when she handed me my rolls back Laughing out loud Oops
doug.
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1684 posts since 12/6/10

4 Nov 2014 00:04
hope you gave her a little wink and offered to take her round the back to take the same picture of her
candidate
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2460 posts since 12/11/06

10 Nov 2014 18:26
could anyone with any knowledge of video cameras, specifically VHS please pm me, got a few questions thanks
THE GUV'NOR
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3279 posts since 4/5/04

27 Nov 2014 10:15
so my gfs dad has passed on a load of his old film cameras notably a Nikon FM3 and two nikon fm/e2 (not sure which ones)

and a load of old lenses and filters etc! look really good setup on our self but want to use them. bought some film colour and B&w

we are both dslr photographers, shes quite accomplished, where do we get started with film? any help?
jimmoleum
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1304 posts since 15/5/12

5 Dec 2014 02:36
A few pics from my first time using a film camera, in the summer, mainly in Florida.
Not had the time to use it again, but hope to over Christmas.
Using an Olympus Trip 35 that was recommended on here, with Ilford fp4 b+w, and some cheap colour film.
Dont think ill bother using other b+w film, as i think this is great.
Will continue to pick up the cheapest colour films i can, as i really like the different effects from using out of date film. Will look into filters as well at some point, and possibly setting up a dark room.
hate
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5 Dec 2014 08:34
great pics jim
hang_on_voltaire
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posted 5 Dec 2014 09:32, edited 5 Dec 2014 09:32
THE GUV'NOR wrote: so my gfs dad has passed on a load of his old film cameras notably a Nikon FM3 and two nikon fm/e2 (not sure which ones)

and a load of old lenses and filters etc! look really good setup on our self but want to use them. bought some film colour and B&w

we are both dslr photographers, shes quite accomplished, where do we get started with film? any help?

i don't know what you need to know, load film, shutter speed, aperture, shoot film, get film developed. the FM3 is a great camera and has auto exposure just like your dslr's…
DuffMan
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14389 posts since 21/2/07

15 Dec 2014 14:12
Where's cheap / good to get a couple of disposables I've had knocking about developed?

Does that place around brick lane / bethnal green still exist?
Mike Hunt
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1671 posts since 6/6/03

15 Dec 2014 14:14
That the fuk group disposable?
jimmoleum
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15 Dec 2014 14:39
I use Max Spielman, not sure how cheap it is relative to other places, but theres lots of them about.
DuffMan
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posted 15 Dec 2014 21:43, edited 15 Dec 2014 21:43
Cheers jim but hardly any in London, might just have to whack 'em into boots or snappysnaps