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It’s a special occasion for me to set up my dark room and try and print 2 photos the best I can . My friend has the grand opening next Friday for the Darkroom at Division 9 Gallery in Riverside, California and wanted one of my prints on the gallery wall. I don’t think I ever spent so much time printing 2 photos before, roughly 2 and a half hours. So far I am 92% happy with the prints. FYI for me to say 100% is pretty much impossible. I never had any luck scanning prints, however the following are “acceptable.” Obviously the real print will look a lot better. What do you think of them?
Miss Lisa’s #7. Apparently 7th is the charm. I like this photo a lot. It makes me happy. This is the print that I will be sending out.
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Printed with Omega B66, Rodagon 50 f2.8, Dektol on Ilford MG-III RC 8×10, Minolta 700 PF Rokkor 55 1.4 Tri X.
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Very interesting effect with the double exposure. Great shot!
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This man was so deeply engrossed in making these little figurines of sorts using wire and god knows what else!
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You will surely not be surprised that a good many of my posts in the near future will most likely feature one Westley Farmboy Chickenator so if you’re not enamored of kittens, even cute ones doing fun stuff, you may prefer to look away now.
But stick around anyway because kittens are awesome!
They sure are and very cute shot!
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Once upon a time, there was a lost girl. She didn’t know she was lost until she graduated high school. All her friends were off to college or university, a clear plan in mind. She was the only one who chose to follow her heart to Africa, in search of her path in life. Somewhere in the middle of Africa, she got bitten by a bug. The oh so very famous travel-bug. It was through this bite, that she wasn’t lost anymore. This bite lit up her path and continues to do so. The lost girl wasn’t lost anymore.
Although the lost girl found her lit path in life, it wasn’t as smooth and easy to walk on as she had thought. The path had high hills and deep valleys, thick thorny bushes, rocks and pebbles as far as her eye could see. It’s not an easy path and it would take all her strength to concur her path in life. But she also knew as long as the light was with her, she could see the beauty amongst everything.
She lived happily ever after.
Great story and shot!
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Maybe the expectations about Diu where too high: I expected some good old Portuguese cuisine to take a break from the delicious but strong Indian food and also expected to find locals who spoke Portuguese. I found neither. My wife and I hoped to take some rest in Nagoa beach but it was crowded with local weekenders, the seawater was muddy brown and the sand was covered with litter. Maybe it just wasn’t the right season to appreciate Diu so we decided to take a rain check and headed to Palitana on the next morning.