What have you done with your camera today

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Mathew
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I love FP4 since I cut my teeth on it. How does the Delta 400 handle grain? Probably a little O/T, sorry...
I think that I prefer HP5 to FP4 for the versatility of it. Though I wouldn't be without a few rolls in my fridge for when the mood takes me. FP4 was the first b&w film that I ever used.

This is actually my first roll of Delta 400 so I'm waiting to find out whether I like it or not. I know that online opinions are divided because of the modern look to the grain structure.
 
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Brought it home from my sister’s wedding where I was asked to help out due to the pro not staying for the reception and beyond and then really wanting to kick the pants out of it when I see how poorly I performed (I don’t do weddings and am now quite upset).
 
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We're having an extension built onto our old croft house here on Skye - to access the house you need to go down quite a steep path and before the clearing work was carried out there was a path going to the left from halfway down the path which remains - the first bit of the frame has gone up and the scaffolding went up earlier this week - the trusses arrived and inorder to put hem up a sort of drawbridge type of planking has been erected from the higher bit of land on the left to the existing frame - when I took my wife to work this morning I came back and found next door's hens walking around the planks on the scaffolding around 10ft up in the air - they had gained access via the planking going across from the high bit of land onto the top of the existing frame - I hurried to get my camera to take a photo but by the time I had found it the hens had come back down , two of them nesting in a pile of sand left there by the builders .
 
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Bo Hanson
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I haven't done much at all with my camera these past few days, but a good and close friend of mine, in a fit of depression, tried some 'retail-therapy' and bought herself a brand new Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2000 (the most expensive bridge-camera she could find).... She hasn't got a clue about photography, apart from the basics of her phone's camera, so I'm busy studying the manual (without the camera to try/test the millions of options, buttons, dials, touch-screen/whatever!), in the hope of teaching her how to use the thing......

Oh, the retail-therapy didn't work either.... ;)
 
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Tilly
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I went to the seaside (Morecambe) and took a handful of shots. Really enjoyed the day and look forward to processing them in the next few days to see how they've come out. Used my new Tamron 55-200mm lens I bought on eBay for the first time and was impressed with it. It lacks image stabilization but as I was outside on a nice day I could set the shutter speed fairly high to make up for this. Hopefully the images will turn out ok
 
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Lee
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Teaching my daughter, who is on a fashion styling and photography course, how to use my A77ii. Gave her my old A65 so we can share lenses, and give me an excuse to buy some much better glass.
 
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I was standing in part shade and that is from bushes behind me. My shadow is on the right. Wanted the sun behind me. it was about the only position to get the picture that showed the leaves up
 
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