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    Visited with Mofo the limping giraffe.

    Just a trip to set up and test some new equipment all shots are taken on a Mamiya 645 Pro TL, all the shots are scanned using a cheap flatbed scanner, and then slightly retouched / cropped in photoshop. They are not a true representation of the quality of the negatives as my scanner is playing up. Anyway enough from me:

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    Look forward to seeing them A,but they are taking an age to come down..damn Virginmedia
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    Quote Originally Posted by chelle View Post
    Look forward to seeing them A,but they are taking an age to come down..damn Virginmedia
    Hiya Chelle/Stu. Are you still having probs with your broadband? I use VirginMedia too...it used to be something else (can't for the life of me recall the name) which VM took over. Mine downloads fine. I wonder if it's something else you might be having probs with.

    Sorry Alias...didn't mean to hi-jack your thread. I was about to post anyway, when I got sidetracked! ;) Love those photos. Mamiya! Once had a try-out with one for a day at Uni...beautiful piece of equipment. :)
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    Great stuff, some absolutely beauts in there.


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