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Hi everyone. This is my first attempt to write a blog entry, so be nice :)

It’s been a while since I held my first Holga camera in my hands on Christmas Eve 2007. Lot of stuff changed as those years were passing by.

Now I’m happy to be member of this community and i recently decided to be more active here. I already know some of you a little bit. I don’t know if you know me, but you can get to know me if you want to. Sometimes i have questions about lomography, but i have no one to ask. Sometimes it’s YOU who could help me or who I could have a friendly lomo-chat with. I look forward to all of you :) Curiosity is my middle name so let’s be friends.

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Oh, and here is my first question:

What do you do with stripes of film after scanning? How do you store it? I have a loads of unsorted films and i can’t figure out what to do with them :)

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3 comments

  1. ksears119

    ksears119

    Good first blog! For years I have stored my negatives in sleeves that fit into a three ring binder. There is space on the sleeve to write the date, place, subject, etc. Fairly inexpensive and you can fit a lot of sleeves into a binder. Good luck!

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  2. murdoc_niccals

    murdoc_niccals

    thanks for first comment and for your advice! three ring binder looks like a neat solution. i think i'll go for it. :)

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  3. wolkers

    wolkers

    I keep my negatives and prints in the paper bags I get from the lab and store those in boxes. I write date, film and camera on the bags and so I always find very quickly, what I was looking for. It's kinda messy and requires loads of space, but I get along quite good with it!

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