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Hambone Lewinski 9:02pm, 5 January 2008
I am about to go out and finish off a roll of PanF+. I have no idea where to go shoot and when I feel this way I usually end up at my usual "haunts". How do you guys find new and interesting things to shoot?

How often do you get out explicitly to shoot? I require myself to shoot at least one roll per week, with a "target" of 2 1/2 rolls.

Jason
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K. Praslowicz 11 years ago
I have this crazy idea where someday you will look at my flickr map, and there will be dots everywhere from the west end to lakeside, and not just isolated along the shore Basiclaly I just want to look at the map, go (I dont' have enough dost there) and then just parks somewhere in that region, walk around, and see what I can see, and fill that map.
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Sweetlake 11 years ago
Take your camera everywhere.
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I go out once or twice a week. Usually Saturday mornings for sure and then one other time depending on what I have going on. I like to shoot in more remote places because, well, I just do. I like the quiet. Such as there is never anyone at WI Point at 7 AM on a Saturday morning, and there are places in Pattison Park that I like to hike into that are always void of other people.

I also take my camera almost everywhere, so if I am out and see something interesting I can pull it out all quick like and shoot.
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Karl W. 11 years ago
I always make myself to go out and shoot every two weeks about, but I always end up going to my friends apartment instead. So.. more like every month?
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Hambone Lewinski 11 years ago
Ted,

I already have a camera with me everywhere. Sometimes two! Shots "trickle in" that way, but I I really end up going to the same places every day and don't find that much to shoot there. Because of this, I find that I have to set aside time to go out and shoot.

Jason
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edgeways 11 years ago
! word, Geocaching
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