Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Old Film Cameras are for Young People
I just deleted a big complaint. Good for you. It was clever, but it was stupid.
I bought a comb for the cat. She loves it. I didn't think she would, but it paralyzes her. She will lie still for as long as I will comb her. She won't move, afraid that I will quit, I guess. I am a horrible man. Why didn't I get her a comb years ago? It is good for me. I don't have to get her dander on my hands and I comb off a lot of what probably makes me sneeze. She loves me more than ever now, and I guess in a way it is good that I have waited to get her a comb. Her life just keeps getting better. I probably just added two years to her life.
Good thinking, there.
I have to remember to do this for people, too. I will get them a comb and make their lives better. They will love me.
I have a couple hell weeks at the factory, then I am ready to take a long weekend trip. Tell me where. Quebec? The shore? NYC? Nashville?
Yes, Nashville. I've never been and I want to go. Remember, this is just one long weekend. Tell me if Nashville is a good thing. I know Quebec would be. I need to see something old and something new. Let me know.
I got a new part for my Polaroid processor yesterday. There will be some 8x10 things coming soon, I think. I am percolating ideas. Meanwhile, the fellow who made my Black Cat Liberator has it back for repair but hasn't said a thing about it all week. I see from his website that he has put a rare old lens on a digital camera and is shooting with that. Oh, yea, John, that's the ticket. Sell me on an expensive film camera and then go digital.
He is right, though. I may sell off all the film cameras and do that myself. When I bought my house, the old fellow who sold it to me said, "Old houses are for young people." I'm starting to think the same thing about film.
Posted by cafe selavy at 9:26 AM
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