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RE: lunar eclipse/SLR ?s


From: Puhl, Kristen K (puhlk_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Nov 10 2003 - 18:11:22 PST

To make a long story short: I bought an SLR to be able to take photos from books to make into slides and have taken about 6 good rolls of regular prints as well as slides. Saturday night, while being very excited about the eclipse, I finished a roll of film on the rising full moon and then proceeded to waste $20 on three rolls of film from a gas station, because every time I tried to load my film, it would say "error" and I would open up the camera to find that the film had already rewound itself. (You would think I would've learned my lesson after the first roll.) What am I doing wrong...or do you think it's the camera's fault? (Brand new Nikon N57 or something.) Is this common?

A frustrated, poor (literally after all this money wasting), digitally inclined student teacher,

-----Original Message-----
From: Woody Duncan []
Sent: Sat 11/8/2003 10:04 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: lunar eclipse.

Total cloud cover in Kansas City. I wanted to shoot the
full moon rising behind the KC Mo skyline.
                                                Woody in KC wrote:
> Sorry not list related. But this lunar eclipse is beautiful. a natural
> work of art
> If you're on the east coast you've got quite a show.
> mike sacco
> p.j. gelinas jhs
> setauket, ny ---

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