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theworldisavampire
James
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Current Residence: Minnesota, US
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Just got like a dozen rolls of film developed at Target (most of the cross-processed) and I didn't get hassled at all about the funky films.  I just put a piece of blue painter's tape over the label and wrote "C-41, 24 exp." on it.  It only ended up being like 16 bucks.  I was happy as a lamb.  Fuck yeah Target.

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keine-angst Oct 6, 2010  Student Photographer
thanks :)

I see you're experimenting with colours. looks really good!

k.a.
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:icontheworldisavampire:
Thanks! I've found a Agfa Rondinax 35u at a thrift store so I hope to buy it when they open up (closed for building repairs) and start developing my own B&W. These colors are fun though!
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:iconsteveuk9:
Thanks for the fav :)
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itsallarealgame Oct 1, 2010
cool gallery, ima be watching*
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itsallarealgame Oct 1, 2010
your devART name; does it perchance pertain to Smashing Pumpkins....?
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itsallarealgame Oct 3, 2010
cool beans
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devinakemmy Oct 1, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks a lot for your fav :D
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dzuzepe Sep 28, 2010  Student Photographer
thanks for the fav,
amazing gallery, are you taking photos with Polaroid? You have mentioned it in tools of the trade.. Interesting in this time ;)
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:icontheworldisavampire:
I haven't been taking many Polaroid photos since the discontinuation because it is really expensive to try to continue with it, which is very unfortunate. I've been sticking to good ol' 35mm film lately. That will never go away. And I don't have to pay $2 per shot like a Polaroid. You can see all my polaroids in the "Polaroid" section of my gallery if you are interested.
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