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I had a look at some YouTube videos as well and got my head round it much better. Our physics education at school was somewhat lacking.

Added: 26/09/2014 - 12:53 AM | Last Replied: 30/09/2014 - 2:49 PM
Forum: Digital cameras

You can roll a 120 film onto another 120 spool then 'backwind' it onto a 620 spool in the dark of course -- I did that with my Kodak Brownie Flash 620 Model 'D'

Added: 01/09/2012 - 6:09 PM | Last Replied: 12/06/2014 - 5:21 PM
Forum: Film cameras

There was an article in Practical Photography looking at using welding glass as a cheap alternative to big stoppers and they found it very difficult to get rid of the cast. Maybe turn your photos to B&W?

Added: 16/02/2012 - 10:16 AM | Last Replied: 18/09/2014 - 7:30 AM
Forum: Olympus Cameras

The 9-18mm is another useful zoom, its something I would use a lot if I had one, for me it would be the perfect walk about lens being an 18-36mm equ.

Added: 24/03/2012 - 12:28 AM | Last Replied: 30/08/2014 - 10:59 PM
Forum: Digital cameras

Have I missed a post??

Added: 23/06/2011 - 10:38 AM | Last Replied: 21/03/2012 - 5:18 PM
Forum: Film cameras

Thanks for the link Stuart, and thanks to everyone else for their help too. :)

Added: 18/06/2011 - 2:45 PM | Last Replied: 30/06/2011 - 8:01 PM
Forum: Digital cameras

It doesn't, Ade. And stop trying to yank this back on topic. Who do you think you are - a trainee-moderator or summat? ;) ;) Don't have any such photo. Never even been to Bamburgh. :P

Added: 16/06/2010 - 11:16 AM | Last Replied: 07/07/2010 - 11:56 AM
Forum: Light-hearted chat

Fred you might be right!!!

Added: 30/08/2007 - 11:15 AM | Last Replied: 01/12/2014 - 5:13 PM
Forum: Light-hearted chat

Hi all. I'm back for a bit. I will be very busy over the next couple of months getting ready to deploy, but will try to stop in and check up on things. Hi Amber, glad you found the site :) Look forward to seeing more pictures, know he probably took alot of them. The guys here are curious also, he was going to do some pictures using pringles chips, If you run across any, would you mind postin...

Added: 11/01/2008 - 9:05 PM | Last Replied: 30/05/2008 - 7:10 AM
Forum: Light-hearted chat

I found the dark room too slow with too much time doing mechanical tasks repeat steps. Strange, John, I feel somewhat the same about computer processing - it is tedium. I once had a dark room session with an old school friend of mine who was a professional processor. The speed and certainty with which he produced prints amazed and astounded me. Not at all like my slow and lumbering ...

Added: 28/09/2006 - 9:55 PM | Last Replied: 31/10/2006 - 1:07 PM
Forum: Film cameras

Fair enough. Point taken ;-)

Added: 31/05/2005 - 6:41 AM | Last Replied: 03/06/2005 - 10:51 PM
Forum: Digital cameras

Echo alan... "The real issue is - can you make the most of your equipment. It's still (thank god) down to the photographer to use his brain to get the most from his cameras. Let's face it all a camera is at heart is a light tight box with a lens on the front to focus an image on to a light sensitive medium, and that hasn't changed in 160 years"

Added: 02/05/2004 - 8:56 PM | Last Replied: 15/07/2004 - 2:17 AM
Forum: General Photography discussion

It isnt on the thread its on one of the profiles but I cant find it...damn! Um, I know I have tried to make amends to average pictures of mine. There is a piccie on my profile that is way photoshopped but it was something I needed for a shoot and still looks good. I knew at the shoot with what we had at the time that it would all need a boost, thats all i gave really. Digital has saved my b...

Added: 15/02/2004 - 7:12 PM | Last Replied: 23/02/2004 - 3:16 AM
Forum: Taking photos

Timiano - 300V - in Tv mode shutter speed is easy to select and in Av mode the aperture is easy to select, using the main dial. In Manual Mode shutter speed is easy to select but aperture needs an additional button press to the main dial. Not too bad, as you say, once you get used to it. The 602 is, however, a bit more complicated. OK, again, once you get used to it, I suppose, but ...

Added: 19/09/2004 - 3:18 PM | Last Replied: 19/10/2004 - 3:22 PM
Forum: Digital cameras
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