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Thread: Crich Quarry (Plant and Excavation) - February 2012

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    Nice one with security that makes a change!! Great photos.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shatners View Post
    Yeah it's 35.. dscolourlabs put 120 on the receipt.. I'm buggered without exif lol.

    They did 36 slides mounted and a set of prints for £27 with free post, highly recommend them.. great service but now I'm thinking of picking up another body as this ones falling apart and maybe a second hand slide scanner.. probably cheaper in the long run, let me know if you've any recommendations.

    Only 8 weeks out of date, don't think that's what ruined the last nine photos tho, there were strips of foam on the mirror when I took lens off lol.
    8 weeks isn't that out of date, to be fair it's isnt unusual to get a magenta cast on them especially evening time
    I like it!!!! Out of interest was it e6 processed or did you get it cross processed?
    I love film though you really can't replicate it properly with PP no matter how hard you try

    I use dscolourlabs now for 35mm and cc imaging for 120
    Both good labs!!

    I love the old canon fd fit cams, if you have the fd lenses get an a1
    There was a shop in Leeds doing real good offers online on the ae1 as well!

    Great set anyway!!

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    Absolutely love your style and composition - beautiful!

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    These shots are gorgeous!

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    I loved your pics, outstanding post, and fair play to secca for proving that they ain’t all illegitimate, Thanks.
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    Wow, beautiful photos! Great story with the secca.
    Lol, thats the longest notice to trespassers I've ever seen! :p
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    Thanks all, very kind. Secca was superb, fully expected him to laugh down the phone and leave me till morning :D

    UrbanX - Yeah the tresspassers sign is exactly the same as the one I saw at RAF Upper Heyford... just brought a smile to my face that its based on 100 year old legislation so the penalty for tresspass in the explosives store is £5.00 haha! You get twelve times that for letting your dog dump on the pavement these days :D

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    I think pretty much every member on this site would happily pay a £5 charge for looking around most places... :D

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    Thought I would tag this in.. a quck panorama, details crap sorry as it was just my Lumix point and shoot whilst I was waiting for securtiy to let me out :D Im not quite brave enought to try a panorama with film yet!


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    Really enjoyable report mate. Not only is the site interesting but those pics are a feast for the eyes. We get so used to seeing clinical digital images these days we forget how atmospheric film can be. Thanks, this was well worth the effort. :)
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