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    Caffeine fix time!

    1. Sterling Expositor 34 months ago | reply

      life in motion, excellent

    2. ctberney 34 months ago | reply

      Excellent black & white shot, Georgette - like a scene from a thrilling movie!

    3. Georgie_grrl 34 months ago | reply

      Thank you both!

      That first caffeine hit of the day can be thrilling sometimes! ;)

    4. hugodesch 34 months ago | reply

      hermosa captura!

    5. soonerpa 34 months ago | reply

      Looks like a great way to get together with others.
      Georgette do you develop your own film?

    6. Georgie_grrl 34 months ago | reply

      It definitely is - such a great group to hang out with!
      No - I'd like to learn sometime though.

    7. soonerpa 34 months ago | reply

      If you dont mind me asking, do you send it out like via mail or do you have someone local who processes it?

      I also like the 28mm wide angle you used as compared to the 50mm you see on most of the K1000.

    8. allanparke 34 months ago | reply

      excellant lighting and mood...

    9. Georgie_grrl 34 months ago | reply

      I actually take it to Shopper's Drug Mart for developing - I get the negatives and then a CD done up as well.
      I have a 50mm lens that I use occasionally but I really love this lens!

      Thank you!

    10. soonerpa 34 months ago | reply

      Well, it appears that they know what they are doing. I took mine to Walgreens(pharmacy) and they butchered it. The cut the negatives through the middle of them and then printed them like that!!! They tried to comfort me with a throw away camera, ha. Oh well.

    11. Silent Film [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

      is dave leaving his number ?

    12. Georgie_grrl 34 months ago | reply

      Oh man .. that sucks. Yeah, some places have no idea what they're doing and unfortunately you usually find that out the hard way. :(

      LOL .... not that I recall. But maybe he did when we weren't looking. ;)

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