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Recommended reading

The weather’s getting chilly here in central Indiana, on this first Saturday of autumn. Warm yourself with your morning coffee or tea, and these posts I enjoyed from around the Internet this week.

💻 Steve Mitchell visits Sovereign Hill at Ballarat, a living museum of the Australian gold rush. He made some photos of the place on good old Fujicolor 200. Read The Wild Colonial Boy

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Kodak Signet 40, Kodak Gold 200, 2011.

💻 Making photographs is great and all, but at what point does it take away from fully experiencing the moment? David Cain offers a perspective. Read No Moment Can Be Saved For Later

💻 What do you do when the creative juices stop flowing and you find yourself “just not feeling it?” This happened to Chris Dixon not long ago and he was reminded of a quote attributed to Picasso: “Inspiration does exist but it must find you working.” Read Taking a chip off the old creative block

📷 Bill Smith gets some fine results on Ultrafine Extreme 400 film, a bargain emulsion I’ve not tried but now want to. Read Ultrafine Extreme 400 continues to shine

Last updated on 5 March 2020 by Jim Grey

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6 thoughts on “Recommended reading

  1. Hi Jim. I look forward to these each Saturday and wanted to say thanks for posting them.

    It could just be me, but the link to Steve Mitchell’s post appears to be missing?

    Have a great weekend!

    • Thanks for letting me know – I fixed it. I love the new block editor, but sometimes creating a hyperlink doesn’t “take” and I don’t realize it until late.

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