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Old 26th October 2021, 07:21 AM
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I have filmed a summary of my camera building on YouTube covering 17 years of making and mods. It includes film shots in colour and black and white, and one or two instances of bare skin.

It began as a breakaway from my habitual use of 35mm cameras and as an alternative to emergent digital imaging. It was not a rejection of either, simply the realisation that there were many other avenues to explore in photography.

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Old 26th October 2021, 09:22 AM
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Thanks, Sandeha, I watched it all the way through and really enjoyed it.
What an interesting and varied life your photography has had and it has certainly led to some unique forms of expression!
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Old 26th October 2021, 09:26 AM
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Ditto to everything Marty says: a very well formed photographic formula!
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I have filmed a summary of my camera building on YouTube covering 17 years of making and mods. It includes film shots in colour and black and white, and one or two instances of bare skin.

It began as a breakaway from my habitual use of 35mm cameras and as an alternative to emergent digital imaging. It was not a rejection of either, simply the realisation that there were many other avenues to explore in photography.

https://youtu.be/Yk6zhCOIrrg
Sandeha, I watched your film and found it interesting and well made, I have viewed other similar films and found the narrator tended to go and on but his was not the case with your film. Well done.
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Old 26th October 2021, 02:11 PM
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Sandeha, I watched your film and found it interesting and well made, I have viewed other similar films and found the narrator tended to go and on but his was not the case with your film. Well done.
Thanks, BiT. I'll admit I rarely watch other people's 'home movies', perhaps for the reason you give. 30 years of teaching language skills in the classroom may have helped.

And you two guys, too, very pleased to hear you enjoyed it.
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Old 27th October 2021, 08:55 AM
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Thank you for showing us that.Very enjoyable. Put my small efforts at cobbling together bits of old cameras and lenses some years ago into the shade, I didn't have you skills or dedication but I did enjoy doing it though.
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Very enjoyable film Sandeha, nice work.
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I watched this video for the very first time today.
You certainly have a talent for camera making and creating interesting images Sandeha.
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I really enjoyed the video ,it put my handy work to shame, but I couldn't have done what you did. it was fascinating seeing the cameras evolve.
Great stuff ,waiting to see more.
Thanks sandeha
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