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  • #16
    Is it me or does Jwenting disagree with everyone about everything?

    Just for once it would be nice to hear him say something positive.

    I've never come across such a negative individual before............the sort of person who could empty a room at a party in seconds.
    Garry Lewis

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    Air Traffic Controller - Toronto ACC (West Low)

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    • #17
      Gerry...
      I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed... This guy has built up quite a (bad!) reputation already.

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      • #18
        I shot film for years, starting with B&W which I hand developed to color (no slides) and mvoed to digital a couple of years ago. I shot some 7,000 photos with my little Sony 707 in conditions I could never have taken a film camera. I think for all the reasons given, the ability to post process quickly, combined with fact you can shoot thousands of shots gives digital the largest advantage. I personally shoot with the "even a blind squirrel finds a nut" approach and use the experience to move on quickly. I could not do that with film and a student's (or E-3's) salary.

        Rob

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