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I'm still working through my first roll with my Ricoh Auto Half. Half-frame is fun but it takes so damn long to finish a roll!

Did you have to scan your own Matt or was Shoppers okay with doing the roll scan from the half-frame? West has told me that they won't do it previously but I'm going to try again with them.

Posted by Davin at December 3, 2004 09:40 AM
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Man, does that street every look familiar. Where is that?

Jay

Posted by Jay at December 3, 2004 05:03 PM
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Looks like St. Clair West,
'Tween Oakwood and Vaughn road?


Davin, if you're near the AGO on Dundas,
West of Beverley, south side of the street,
is 'Stereo Photofinishing'.

Quite helpful family run business that
always processed my wacky requests,
including pseudo 'quarter-frame' shots
I had taken with the nishika 3-d camera.

Haven't been there since before the summer,
but hopefully they may accomodate ya.

Posted by HiMY SYeD at December 3, 2004 05:11 PM
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yeah that's where it is alright: st clair near christie.

davin, i scanned them myself but i think most places would at least try to do it for ya. it *should* work n oproblem like any other negative scan, just every "frame" scanned hapens to have a black line down the middle.

Posted by matto at December 3, 2004 05:57 PM
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So nice to see the sun when Toronto has been so grey lately.

Posted by Amanda K. Laird at December 4, 2004 05:44 PM
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