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    Rolin'

    Ready for a 360 project.
    10 rolls of ektar and 360 degrees of my life. Let's see how it goes.



    My plan, if I make it, is to make a solid photo book.

    You heard it here first.

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    I love this idea.


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    Tits or gtfo

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    yum.

    Shot, developed, scanned, and still putting together a photo book after some crazy consequences with the film and the camera.

    Donuts sound great right now. It's the #1 project I need to finish up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    yum.

    Shot, developed, scanned, and still putting together a photo book after some crazy consequences with the film and the camera.

    Donuts sound great right now. It's the #1 project I need to finish up.
    Crazy as in good or bad??? Now Iím curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrswhyturn View Post
    Crazy as in good or bad??? Now Iím curious
    All my film in a dry bag and zip lock and containers ended up fully soaked in the bottom of a cooler before I got a roll off.

    That, and I was using a new to me rangefinder and I stuck a blue filter on it to kill a bit of the ektar warm tones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    All my film in a dry bag and zip lock and containers ended up fully soaked in the bottom of a cooler before I got a roll off.

    That, and I was using a new to me rangefinder and I stuck a blue filter on it to kill a bit of the ektar warm tones.
    Yikes... did the film survive their bath?

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