Tuesday Sep 20, 2011

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obviously havent updated for a while. am in LA if anybody wants to do something exciting? well actually OC but will be in LA next week xx
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gujsel:

happy happy happy birthday to u !!!!

wasteland:

Not a ton to do in OC without the proper motivation (friends, bands, secret hideaways or the beach) Hope you have a great time here I highly recommend Costa Mesa which feels a bit more cosmopolitan than most of the Orange curtain.

Wednesday Feb 18, 2009

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wow, thank you all so much for the positive comments on my new set, im really pleased with how it turned out....a spectacular job by tmronin !

i has been a while since i have updated, i do apologise but ive been lost somewhere between the coasts and countries and have now found my way back home.

a head spinning mind fuck of a year...
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vanessa:

I miss you SO SO MUCH!!!!

gujsel:

happy happy happy happy happy birthday !!a lots of kisses to u !!

Sunday Nov 30, 2008

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doozer:

Hello, front page. Your new set rocks.

While redundant, it'd be cool if there was a second 'First Tour' dvd for SG w/ you in it.

I hope you're doing well : )

dipsycho:

love

Tuesday Aug 12, 2008

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ah.....

the weekend has been spent in the glorious seaside city of blackpool. to all of you not familiar with this quaint little town it is indeed the most tasteless and gaudy destination spot for the nation's white trash. a cringy almost vegas wannabe although i am enamored by the predominance of vice....the strippers were hot and the booze was cheap...


we went...
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gonzoe:

probably something like that. you look like you weigh about 90 pounds. you're all keira knightleyish and it's ick.

how's the city of angels been treating you?

gonzoe:

awesome! glad to hear it.

i'll give you a call soonish to get your email addy again (my comp crashed and i lost all sorts of things like that) and just to chat you up. any nights you're more free than others?

Tuesday Jun 10, 2008

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havyn:

You the reason I became a member

prussia:

I love polaroids.
and yr hair too kiss

Saturday May 24, 2008

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It's that time again - DEJA VOODOO

i will be performing my new voodoo blow up doll routine so if youre in the Soho area tonight, do pop along. ha.

the black gardenia 93 dean st ...SOHO london

free before 9


ME AND MORE INFO


The Black Gardenia
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bloodhigh:

i wish you had more time for sg, you're one of the reasons i joined

dramue:

Your very welcome luv. smile Have a great week!

Thursday Apr 03, 2008

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ive started doing my own film development, if anyone can help/has any advice message me something juicy...

also, ive started to gain a fetish for turbans




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bellyjack:

Most of what I did was using Kodak Tri-X 400, and later, Ilford film in 400 and 800. I shot a couple of rolls of faster stuff (I think Kodak came out with TMax (or perhaps a predecessor to it) about the time I stopped - call it 1982 - it might have been 1200 ASA, but for what I was doing 800 was plenty fast.

When pushing I had good results using a two step D76 developer ... looked around, and saw a couple of discussions about 'divided D76', and its pretty much how I remember it. You might give it a whirl. As far as development times go .... when getting a feel for a particular film/developer combo I'd get and shoot a couple of rolls of 135-12 on the same scenes, then (and record keeping is key here) develop them a couple of different ways (varying dev times, etc.) and see what outcomes I liked more.

Wish I could say more, but I've never even seen a roll of 3600 - out of the loop for too long wink

Why the need for speed? Low ambient lighting and/or action photography?

bellyjack:

Thanks. Today I still can't stretch out my right shoulder to full extension, and it feels "tight", but at least the eyeball-explulsing pain has subsided.

... shooting in bars/strip clubs without a flash

Guess that qualifies as both low ambient lighting and action photography wink

Eastman Kodak used to have an excellent series of reference books (and other companies - Ilford, Agfa, etc. did too) . Couldn't find the particular handbook I was thinking about on their website (a complete formulary of their products, including how to mix them from raw chemicals, development time guides ... the whole enchilada), so suspect it is no longer in print. My copy isn't immediately locatable - although this gives me yet another good reason to clean out my basement. blackeyed

Kodak does have a decent range of free-to-download PDFs guides (index), and instructions/tips for their currently available photo chemicals such as D-76 developer.

Took a look on Amazon, and saw several books worth checking out.

The Film Developing Cookbook (and it's companion volume, "The Darkroom Cookbook, Second Edition") get good reviews.

I also highly recommend reading Ansel Adam's "The Negative". It is heavily technical (and somewhat dated), but so well written it remains accessible for enthusiasts at all skill levels, and remember learning a lot from it.

Thursday Mar 27, 2008

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akira069:

hey smile great set and I love your hair love looking good as usual wink

xirx357:

Great new set . Please don't wait so long for the next one. One of the last of the gals from the first DVD and the likes of you is why I signed up for this thing in the first. kiss Stay cool green eyed girl biggrin

Sunday Feb 17, 2008

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lauralily:

So good to see you back on the front page smile

thedoctor82:

little did that man know he had the world by the balls.

Tuesday Jan 01, 2008

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vivienne:

Wow. You always amaze me. smile

doozer:

You look good w/ red.

Red hair that is.