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This is one of my first digital black and white photos edited more or less like I used to do in the [sign in to see URL] and contrasty, just like the weather was on that day. As I get older I tend to forget typically if I locked the door or such like little things but I can remember vividly every single (serious) photo I have ever taken especially that split second of pressing the shutter. I wonder if any other members have experienced this.


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Tommy this is exactly what I told my Son today, I can forget very quickly but show me a picture I took years ago I know where it was, what camera and lens, film type etc, and like you i can forget everyday things in the blink of an eye

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I too can forget things in the blink of an eye - problem is the only area where I can remember anything is science fiction films i have seen.emoticon

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