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    Re: Minnesota

    No mosquitoes? Uh, this is MN, we're talking about, right?

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    Re: Minnesota

    Thanks for the kind words Robert, glad you enjoyed the images.

    As for the north shore, it's late fall at this point for the area (quite a few leaves were already down as of yesterday) and there were 30-40 mph gusts today. Fall is on its way out. 40% chance of snow tomorrow - that should theoretically take care of any remaining mosquitoes.

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    Re: Minnesota

    I live in Sioux Falls and regularly shoot in MN. I use a Chamonix 045n and also an 1880s vintage Watson & Son half plate camera. I mostly use vintage or historic lenses, 1847-1920s. I photo at night a lot. In the past I've mostly photo'd moving trains at night using Nikon DSLR and about 10,000ws of flash power. This year I'm going to start using my 4x5 & b&w some to do my flash/train shots on the BNSF Marshall sub. I've already started using my 1951 Rolleiflex for that and like the results. I also like abandoned farms, and machinery. I took a number of photos at Rollag with my 4x5.


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    Re: Minnesota

    Quote Originally Posted by Two23 View Post
    I photo at night a lot. In the past I've mostly photo'd moving trains at night using Nikon DSLR and about 10,000ws of flash power. This year I'm going to start using my 4x5 & b&w some to do my flash/train shots on the BNSF Marshall sub.
    Assuming you're already familiar with O. Winston Links work. If not, definitely look it up for inspiration.
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    Re: Minnesota

    Just signed up to the group. Starting to work with my new 4x5 Plaubel Peco. North side of the Twin Citis.

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    Re: Minnesota

    Welcome. We have a Pinhole presentation on April 12th at Mpls Photo Center if interested.

    http://www.mplsphotocenter.com/darkr...y-darkroom.php

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    Re: Minnesota

    Welcome from the Tropics of MinneSnowta from a guy with a basement full of flash bulbs!
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    Re: Minnesota

    If anyone in MN is interested in a LF meetup, let me know. I'm in Savage but willing to drive for some exposures!


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