Not Your Everyday Banana

by Bart Arondson

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bio website 365project.org/imrelumiste
location Finland
age 34
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awarded  Good Answer
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asked How can I make slit-scan photographs with a dSLR?
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revised Are there any downsides to using a good-quality UV filter?
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comment What is the Rule of Odds?
@ysap Haven't voted myself, but I can see that only the simplest part of the question has been answered, and it shouldn't be considered odd for a person wanting to hear other perspectives about something he read from a (possibly confusing) book.
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revised Are there any downsides to using a good-quality UV filter?
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answered Are there any downsides to using a good-quality UV filter?
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comment What's the best way to scan in hundreds of pictures?
Why would anyone use such a small format at all? Cataloging might be an answer. The contact prints can be made without using an enlarger and could have been used to select images for larger prints.
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answered How do I set up a home portrait studio area in zero space?
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revised What is the Rule of Odds?
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comment What's the best way to scan in hundreds of pictures?
Well, I did not know about the grainy part :) 60x60mm (i.e. roughly 2½") squares are a common square format shot on 120/220, so I suspected you'd have contact prints from those.
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answered Can I use old Pentax lenses on newer Pentax DSLRs?
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comment What's the best way to scan in hundreds of pictures?
@BillyONeal yes, I meant that same "110 film" you are linking to (the Wikipedia article also links to the older roll-format film with same number).
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comment What's the best way to scan in hundreds of pictures?
Judging by the size and shape, they were probably taken on 120 or 220 film (56mm variable aspect), not 110 (5"x4" until 1929; 13x17mm since 1972).
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revised What is the Rule of Odds?
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comment What is the Rule of Odds?
@Matt Grum, would you agree that couple photography works well if the persons are intimately touching each other so they almost form a single subject (the couple), but has an awkward feel when the partners are apart?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Nice Question
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revised How do I reduce glare on subjects during night flash photography?
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suggested suggested edit on How do I reduce glare on subjects during night flash photography?
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answered What's different about photographing at sunrise vs. sunset?