AKA: William George
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Normally I only scan the shots that look like they have potential to me. That doesn’t mean that they do.I can’t really measure a shot just by the negs alone, and I need to get them big so I be sure that I wasn’t going to waste my time making them web-ready. But doing that for every shot is madness given a decent quality image can take five to ten minutes to scan. Especially for a roll with seventy two images on it. 
I scanned this but sat on it because at the time I didn’t like it. I don’t know what I was expecting from using an Olympus Pen in a dark pub, but this didn’t please me at the time so I never posted it. I feel better about it now.
This guy sang heavily accented classic rock and old Japanese favorites at what is called a “Live Bar”. The owner spoke English quite well and invited me to come visit regularly. I never did for various reasons that prominently featured me hating the smell of tobacco. And in Japan and Korea, your choice is to either suppress your hate of the smell of tobacco or stay home on the weekends.

Normally I only scan the shots that look like they have potential to me. That doesn’t mean that they do.I can’t really measure a shot just by the negs alone, and I need to get them big so I be sure that I wasn’t going to waste my time making them web-ready. But doing that for every shot is madness given a decent quality image can take five to ten minutes to scan. Especially for a roll with seventy two images on it. 

I scanned this but sat on it because at the time I didn’t like it. I don’t know what I was expecting from using an Olympus Pen in a dark pub, but this didn’t please me at the time so I never posted it. I feel better about it now.

This guy sang heavily accented classic rock and old Japanese favorites at what is called a “Live Bar”. The owner spoke English quite well and invited me to come visit regularly. I never did for various reasons that prominently featured me hating the smell of tobacco. And in Japan and Korea, your choice is to either suppress your hate of the smell of tobacco or stay home on the weekends.