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  1. not sure if you’re going to see this comment and i’m not sure if you’ve ever done this video but i have an idea for a video
    if you can find the unedited versions of your old photos , try editing them in your current style and try to “fix” them and try to make them as good as possible . i think that’d be a cool video

  2. Oof…here’s one: my first photos were not only awful, but published. I’d been hired as a newspaper editor (tiny-town weekly B&W); “naturally,” I thought there’d be a staff photographer whom I just hadn’t met yet. Well, the evening of my first day rolled around & a call came in. I was sent on my first assignment—“uh, Nora—head on up to the Rugotzke place on Q & shoot some pix of the buck the boy just baggged, will ya.”

    Oh, we were located in Wisconsin USA & I guess it was around “gun deer season?!” There was so much information missing in all those words… Q? What’s Q? Where TF is…um, WTF is a “Rugotzke place?” Why, just why shoot a dead deer for the front page of a newspaper?

    They gave me a 3mpx point n shoot & shooed me out the door. I’m forever grateful that they printed it all in b&w. 🤦🏻‍♀️

    Now? Digital was fun but Holga is forever! 🤟🏼

  3. I think it's unhealthy to look back on early achievements with disdain, these are the foundations of who you are and what you will become. Can I step back off my soapbox now? 😉

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