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Hi, Benny - Welcome back. I need to process film and scan negatives. I'm actually building a Windows XP computer with parts from two older computers that a colleague gave to me. I also need to shoot some film. Are you building the XP machine to handle a scanner? Yes, I am. Someone at work gave me t...
Are you building the XP machine to handle a scanner?
I visited Washington DC a few times in the early 00s with a Zeiss-Ikon Contessa. I think this picture was from 2005-6 when the whole Naitonal Mall was under maintenance... somehow it feels relevant https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50826012632_c9eca34ea1.jpg Ilford FP4 in Rodinal I would change t...
One of the greatest objections to the use of the line that runs through the Kruger National Park in SA, by the luxury steam hauled Rovos Rail train is the risk to the habitat from fires started by the steam locomotives.
- Sun Jan 10, 2021 7:24 am
- Forum: Off-Topic Chatter — 'Sound Off' Here
- Topic: Missing friends
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I am very sorry to hear of Claudia's passing. I got to know her and Lester in the days of Nelsonfoto, and we corresponded via e-mail for many years. The mails stopped coming when, I guess, they moved into the retirement home. I hope and pray that Lester is still in good health.
- Wed Jan 06, 2021 9:35 am
- Forum: Words/No Words
- Topic: From my archives - Teaching the blind
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https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50800671257_4a9009859f_b.jpg A Blind lady crosses Market street in central Johannesburg, led by her guide dog. 1961 Nikon F, 50mm Nikkor-H, f2.0, Plus C in D76 https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50800671467_326cf8afcd_b.jpg A blind man is taught how to read a “b...
Way back when God was a boy, we had friends who built their own "Rondavels" on their land near Pretoria, South Africa. The "Rondavel" is a traditional African hut, with wattle and clay/manure walls and a thatch roof. Our friends used cinder bricks for a little more permanence. Eventually there were ...