Manual EXIF

Jdb

"This is what I have to do to keep track of times and exposures on night
photo forays. No EXIF data for me. As you can see, sometimes there are
dud shots and screw ups so it’s really fun getting the film back and
trying to see where the offsets are. That in mind, I started writing
down what I shot as a reference. Last shoot was the most confusing, I
had 160T and 50 film then was tossed a roll of 400… errr who said we
wouldn’t need math?

Another important tip, flairs are just a bad idea – use ball point or
anything that won’t RUN if it gets WET… that’s just a bad accident
waiting to happen. You’ll see grown men (or women) cry"

Judyboy @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR.
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One Response to Manual EXIF

  1. Nice post. I’ve been using waterproof Noodler’s ink in my Molekines, works as advertised. ;-)

    Chris
    http://amateureconblog.blogspot.com/

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