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I've tried, Brian, but I can't get the dog stereo to work ...
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Originally posted by Howard_S Howard_S wrote:

I've tried, Brian, but I can't get the dog stereo to work ...

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GoCar #17 Love that car, well at least the bummer behind it

Originally posted by Howard_S Howard_S wrote:

I've tried, Brian, but I can't get the dog stereo to work ...


Thought you where going for a dual mono set up

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Originally posted by Maffe Maffe wrote:

GoCar #17 Love that car, well at least the bummer behind it

A fabulous 2002 if Iím not mistaken. A colleague had one when we were serving with the British Army in Germany in the 1970s. We went everywhere in it and it attracted admiring comments even then when it was brand new. Wish I had it today Still Iím happy with my series 4 gran coupe
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Week 18 (see project details here)

Project 1 Photos with the Sony FE 90mm f2.8 Macro G OSS
W18P1 f4 at 1/125

Sony a7iii 1/160 f4 ISO1000

Project 2 Photos taken with the Sony RX100iii
W18P2 Digital scanning rig (edit: prior to dusting )

8.8mm (24mm FF equiv) 1/30 f6.3 ISO1000

Project 3 Travel photos from my archive
W18P3 Sueno hotel, Belek, Turkey, April 2019

Sony RX100iii, 1/4, f8, ISO3200



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Love #1 and #2 as it feeds my analog addiction. I've been looking at setting up a digital scanning system. Have you posted your process or set up in the past?
 



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Originally posted by eddyizm eddyizm wrote:

Love #1 and #2 as it feeds my analog addiction. I've been looking at setting up a digital scanning system. Have you posted your process or set up in the past?

Many thanks for your comment and question. Really appreciate your feedback. I haven't posted any detailed description of my workflow before, although in the film threads I have mentioned the "digitizer" negative holder and the lightpad I use. I think I now have my act together at last and I'm comfortable with the process from shooting to posting and all stages in between . Latest analogue posts are here.

But after all the help and guidance I have had from Dyxum, especially Bob J's guide to film processing that actually got me into it, I could put an illustrated article together for the Dyxum Knowledge Base perhaps. It would have to be on the understanding that it is how I do it, and not necessarily how it should be done

Thank you for the suggestion.
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Excellent picks, bonneville. I love all of your travel selections from the archives!
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Originally posted by ADub128 ADub128 wrote:

Excellent picks, bonneville. I love all of your travel selections from the archives!

Thank you very much. Lots more to come
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Week 19 (see project details here)

Project 1 Photos with the Sony FE 90mm f2.8 Macro G OSS
W19P1 My UK Driving Licence

Sony a7iii 1/160 f4 ISO400

Project 2 Photos taken with the Sony RX100iii
W19P2 Nene Valley Railway

25.7mm (70mm FF equiv) 1/80 f8 ISO125

Project 3 Travel photos from my archive
W19P3 A couple of bicycles, Brugge, Belgium, July 2008

Sony DSC-W50, 1/00, f7.1, ISO80
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Week 20 (see project details here)

Project 1 Photos with the Sony FE 90mm f2.8 Macro G OSS
W20P1 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B V1.2

Sony a7ii 1/160 f4 ISO2500

Project 2 Whatever comes to hand
W20P2 Vulcan XH558 over my garden*

Sony a700 + Minolta 300 f4 HS, 1/2500 f4 ISO200 25 July 2008

Project 3 Travel photos from my archive
W20P3 Incleboro Fields Caravan Park, Norfolk, September 2016

Sony NEX-6 + E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS, 1/60, f8, ISO125

*W20P2 Our last home was on the edge of RAF Cottismore, the station for training RAF and RN Harrier jump jet pilots. We were treated daily to a variety of military aircraft coming and going and we got quite used to seeing Harriers hovering over our paddock in our little hamlet of Barrow in Rutland. Every year the station held a families air day and our cottage was on the circuit flight path so we had a grandstand view of a host of different British and overseas military aircraft being put through their paces all day. The last remaining flying Vulcan XH558 was a regular visitor and this is a shot with the bomb bay doors open as it literally flew very low over our garden on one of its circuits. A real treat. Another Vulcan shot of mine from that day was featured on that eveningís local television broadcast.



RAF Cottismore closed down when the Harrier fleet was disbanded in 2010 and is now Kendrew Army Barracks.



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Week 21 (see project details here)

Project 1 Photos with the Sony FE 90mm f2.8 Macro G OSS
W21P1 LauroGolf, Spain, ball marker

Sony a7ii 1/500 f4 ISO5000

Project 2 Whatever comes to hand
W21P2 I donít want you to take my photo

Sony a7iii + FE 24-70 f4 at 62mm, 1/160 f8 ISO125 triggered studio lights

Project 3 Travel photos from my archive
W21P3 Daytona Beach Biketoberfest, October 2014

Sony a77v + DT 16-80, 1/800, f8, ISO200

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To add a note to my W21P3 Daytona Beach Biketoberfest post above, this group of bikers were queued up waiting for gate into a bike park to be opened. I asked the rider of the white Harley if a photo was okay but she wanted me to wait for her to hide the cigarette she was smoking first! I was rewarded with this smile
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Your project 2 with the dog is very appealing- nicely posed and lit.
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