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    My God..!!! Is this right.? How the heck could they get away with that.? WHY would anybody taker their film to a place that did not...
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    Don't know why but a a few weeks ago I took my trusty Nikon FM off the shelf. Batteries dead as disco so I purchased two 1.5 "button...
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    dennyr replied to the thread Which beginner camera for start?.
    Great Reply.....Thank You As you might have guessed, i do not own anything newer than a Nikon F2 or Canon F1-N I own a Minolta X570...
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    dennyr replied to the thread Which beginner camera for start?.
    I do not own a digital camera, so pardon my ignorance. But.............is there no demand for a "Stripped Down" Digital SLR.? Good...
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    dennyr replied to the thread Why Magenta and Yellow.
    Not that i am THE Greatest at reading negatives. But if the neg looks "Normal" i typically have the M at 20 on my Besseelr-45 Like...
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    dennyr replied to the thread Why Magenta and Yellow.
    I will Thank You Both right here. As i say, i was a painter. So not only did i learn the one odd primary color, we did not think in...
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    dennyr replied to the thread Why Magenta and Yellow.
    A great link Thank You Part of my slowness to grasp this is the fact i was a painter.....Painters Union, not artist. I made hundreds of...
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    dennyr replied to the thread Why Magenta and Yellow.
    OK Having Internet problems, sorry..........i will keep playing. I understand what you are saying. Thank You I have talked to...
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    dennyr replied to the thread Why Magenta and Yellow.
    Does a Magenta Filter let Blue light hit the paper.?
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    dennyr replied to the thread Why Magenta and Yellow.
    I might be missing it, but i do not see where they get into using Magenta and Yellow Vs Blue and Green.
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    dennyr replied to the thread Why Magenta and Yellow.
    Right, but WHY use "Magenta" to pass Blue in stead of Blue and why use "Yellow" to pass Green instead of Green.?
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    Wanted to ask about enlargers that have integral filtration. I realize some enlargers DO use Green and Blue, which seems more intuitive...
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