Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by Arun Dale, Aug 28, 2001.
dismantles Rotary pen...then puts it back together...
Why take it apart if you have to put it back together? Cut out the middle man, I say.
**pokes arun in the chest**
no sleeping it's forbidden
I am soo tired today its all i can do to stay awake <yawn>
no ones even welcomed me back.
*Pokes Ladyvader in the chest**
Alpha you were away?
//hides welcome back stuff
oops sorry alpha i'm too damn busy with all this work stuff its good to have you back
I'm sorry I bothered.
I'm bored an' all... trying to fend off my mam's 20 questions about Raisa....
I'm scrÂ£wed. Got loads of reading to catch up on and a loads of meetings. Andf I was playing my brand new spankin' PS2 'till 4am. Bought it cause it has the multi region dvd crack with it now. That DVD regionx thingmajig. Does anybody know if it is any good?
PS2 is groovy... just expensive. The must have game is Gran Turismo 2 though! That's groovy as hell!!
Hey OAC how much would you spend on a second hand photographic enlarger?
I was looking at learning to develop my own photographs at one stage... setting up your own darklab is a pain in the butt though and the only ones in Devon are the college and private ones that you can't use Maybe I could do a night class at Exeter or something....
I found one in the cellar...and i want to flog it...
brand new a B&W is around Â£120 for a basic one. 2nd hand is around Â£50-Â£60. Colour 2nd hand is around Â£350 including filters but I have never used one.
Sam, I have Gran Turismo for the PS2. It comes free with the PS2 now.
is Metal gear solid 2 out yet. That always looked pretty pukka.
About Â£250 for the PS2 with GT3 last time I saw... damn good looking game, that! The new Comet in Exeter have got a sit-in cockpit style two player GT3 set-up.. trouble was a greasy little kid was wasting time smashing into walls when I went in there
Colour developing is supposed to be about the hardest thing to do processing-wise, I heard.... black and white processing sounds groovy though and I've never really done much B&W photography... mostly colour filters and crap like that.
what nikon camera you got sam? most of the old ones are still brilliant and in demand if it is a manual and an electronic one.
Nikon F301. Not in the greatest of external condition, but still works a treat and I love it! I wouldn't say no to one of them funky new Canon SLRs though!
I keep meaning to scan in some of the photos I've taken with it cos a couple of them I'm really quite chuffed with! Got a great one taken through the branches of a bare apple tree during winter... bright day using a dark red filter and an 8 star Cokin! Bit cheesey to you pro-types, but I loves it!
no stick with nikon. I changed my whole kit two yearsa go from minolta to nikon. best thing i could have done.
holy technical camera talk
Yeah, but that's Minolta! I really would quite like one of the Canon EOS300s though! Mind you, the Nikon F60 or F80 would be quite funky!
I'd like to get into it. Trouble is, I know nothing about it.
I'd like to think I know something about it, Alpha... all I do though is enjoy using the camera... that's all that's important! It'd be great to take some really fancy art shots, but you've gotta plan stuff like that out. I just like spur of the moment landscapes and stuff like that!