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Date: 01/16/22 16:43
Delhi Wig Wag
Author: rgzfan

Here's a little snip.



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 01/25/22 16:03 by rgzfan.



Date: 01/16/22 17:40
Re: Delhi Wig Wag - 400' Tragedy
Author: ALCO630

It’s still really good. If you have a friend with really good computer skills, maybe you can sit down with him and he can try and Photoshop it a little.

Posted from iPhone

Doug Wetherhold
Macungie, PA



Date: 01/16/22 17:44
Re: Delhi Wig Wag - 400' Tragedy
Author: mundo

Evan W  to the rescue?



Date: 01/16/22 18:10
Re: Delhi Wig Wag - 400' Tragedy
Author: wzd

16mm - is that a new digital format?

Just kidding.

Seriously, though, the film is really cool, even with the right-side exposure. I'm glad to see some folks are still shooting real film in 2022.

Bill D.



Date: 01/16/22 19:37
Re: Delhi Wig Wag - 400' Tragedy
Author: justalurker66

Shot in 2019, but still modern use of film. With the improvements in cell phone cameras I barely use my digital video and still cameras any more.



Date: 01/16/22 21:30
Re: Delhi Wig Wag - 400' Tragedy
Author: Lurch_in_ABQ

Thanks for posting. I have a 35mm still shot of the Washington Monument partially washed by light. I framed it and call it "art."



Date: 01/16/22 22:58
Re: Delhi Wig Wag - 400' Tragedy
Author: IC_2024

rgzfan Wrote:
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> Great move!
>
> Lurch_in_ABQ Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Thanks for posting. I have a 35mm still shot of
> > the Washington Monument partially washed by
> light.
> > I framed it and call it "art."

Looks like art to me, too-- way to go!!!



Date: 01/17/22 00:58
Re: Delhi Wig Wag - 400' Tragedy
Author: dan

exactly, it is viewable and retro



Date: 01/17/22 08:23
Re: Delhi Wig Wag - 400' Tragedy
Author: LocomotionMan

Nice footage!
     Don't feel bad, one time I loaded some 16mm negative film backwards.  The result was everything looked red as I was shooting through the base side of the film.  The real bummer was this was for an animated musical we were doing.  Never did that again.  Paul



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