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WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 695 - Analog

 
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Spring scale


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Jan 23, 2020 22:57 |  #17

Analogue memory:


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some fairly old canon camera stuff, canon lenses, Manfrotto "thingy", and an M5, also an M6 that has had a 720nm filter bolted onto the sensor:
TF posting: here :-)

  
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Taken through the viewfinder of my Brownie Reflex II film camera.


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Jan 26, 2020 12:28 |  #20

Analog vs Digital


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Jan 26, 2020 16:07 |  #21

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I'd be surprised if you see any of those birds these days! :rolleyes:


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Jan 26, 2020 20:49 as a reply to  @ joayne's post |  #22

There are a lot of Northern Cardinals here :-P


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Jan 26, 2020 22:23 |  #23

joayne, mourning doves, jays, and some others are still common. At least, the photographers over in the Birds section find plenty of them. Or maybe there's just one of each and they pass it around.

An even simpler scale--


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Jan 27, 2020 11:28 |  #24

OhLook wrote in post #18999044 (external link)
joayne, mourning doves, jays, and some others are still common. At least, the photographers over in the Birds section find plenty of them. Or maybe there's just one of each and they pass it around.


Look, I was referring to the fact that John now lives in Hawai'i and most of those birds are not found there.
I am a bird "shooter" myself and I'm pretty aware of birds and their habitats.. I'm pretty sure that clock came with John from upstate New York to Hawai'i ;-)a


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I have been busy and took me a while to find something different: a 1955 Protona Minifon P-55, a miniature wire recorder.


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Jan 27, 2020 15:06 |  #26

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That's a neat looking spy tool Renata.


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Jan 27, 2020 16:08 |  #27

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That's a neat looking spy tool Renata.

Is that what it is? I had no idea what it was used for.


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joayne wrote in post #18999265 (external link)
Look, I was referring to the fact that John now lives in Hawai'i and most of those birds are not found there.
I am a bird "shooter" myself and I'm pretty aware of birds and their habitats.. I'm pretty sure that clock came with John from upstate New York to Hawai'i ;-)a

Yup, came from upstate NY :-P


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Jan 28, 2020 11:42 |  #29

NEW THEME


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Jan 28, 2020 12:35 |  #30

OhLook wrote in post #18996754 (external link)
Not quite. Analog is to digital as acoustic guitar is to electric guitar. Before there were electric guitars, acoustic ones were just called guitars. What makes something the analog version is the existence of a digital version. I'm not joayne, of course, but I understand our task as a search for analog things that have a digital equivalent. I wouldn't count wildlife as analog, because a digital version hasn't replaced it.

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Thanks for the clarification. . The way you explained it finally enabled me to get a sense of what "analog" really is.

Unfortunately, none of the things that I sought to photograph this week have digital versions of themselves, so I wasn't in a position to participate. . But I did really enjoy the theme, coming to a good understanding of what "analog" means, and seeing the unusually good images that were submitted.

Can't wait to check out the new theme - thanks, Joayne!


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