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Gregory Russo
Works at Boston Medical Center
Attended UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Lived in Somerville, MA
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Intersecting Bridges is another photo that I took with my c1901 Kodak Panoram 1.  For this roll I used Fujifilm Acros 100 and I think it worked better.  Thus far I have figured out that ASA 100 is for overcast skies, ASA 400 is for taking photos in shadows, and I am guessing that I will need to use ASA 25-50 for direct sunlight.  This is a fun little box.

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Envy.

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Another shot with the 100+ year old Kodak Panoram 1. This time I used Fuji Acros 100, and I think the photos were exposed much better. Judging by the negs I have seen thus far I think this has an effective shutter speed of about 1/60-1/100 w. maybe f/8-f/11.  If I ever shoot this camera on an actual sunny day I may need to use ASA 25 or 50.
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very cool. I think some of the newer version actually took 122 film (3 1/4 wide). I have a old Kodak B2 that took 122 and i figured out a way to gerry rig it with 120. but guessing film advance is a total crap shoot.
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Handmade Ravioli

Holga 120n on Ilford HP5

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I shot my first roll of Kodak: Eastman Double-X Negative Film.  I shot it at EI 250 and developed in Rodinal 1:50 for 11 mins.  Results are interesting.  Negs were very contrasty and sharp.  Scans are very grainy.  I am curious to see how this will print in the darkroom, and whether using HC-110 will tame some of the grain.  Any experiences with this film?

This was taken from the #1 bus in Boston.
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Please keep us posted if we figure that out :)
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Resharing my own post for the Holga Community.
 
Sad to finish the Holga workshop yesterday at NESOP Boston.  It was good fun and I learned a lot.  Here is a link to a collection of photos that I took during the workshop, and my review.  It is a bit long, so I apologize for that.  Enjoy. 
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Resharing my own photo for my Boston based crew.  The weather is getting nicer, so may be time for some photo-walkin'. Hope everyone is thawing nicely.
 
Another shot with the 100+ year old Kodak Panoram 1. This time I used Fuji Acros 100, and I think the photos were exposed much better. Judging by the negs I have seen thus far I think this has an effective shutter speed of about 1/60-1/100 w. maybe f/8-f/11.  If I ever shoot this camera on an actual sunny day I may need to use ASA 25 or 50.
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Anyone interested in this: http://phsne.org/pdf/photographica_flyer_81.pdf . It is this weekend in Wakefield.  I am probably going to go up there on Sat.  Lots of old cameras, some newer digital stuff, but it is interesting.  I went to one last year.
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More fun with Eastman Double-X. This time I developed in HC-110(B) for 5 minutes, and I think the results are a bit better than my last attempt with Rodinal.  I have to look through all of these frames closely and see how the shadows and highlights hold up.

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Generally I don't like Rodinal results… nice contrast!
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Resharing for my non-film/analog community members.
 
I shot my first roll of Kodak: Eastman Double-X Negative Film.  I shot it at EI 250 and developed in Rodinal 1:50 for 11 mins.  Results are interesting.  Negs were very contrasty and sharp.  Scans are very grainy.  I am curious to see how this will print in the darkroom, and whether using HC-110 will tame some of the grain.  Any experiences with this film?

This was taken from the #1 bus in Boston.
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Holy huge negatives! I acquired (for a song) a Kodak Panoram 1 which is a swing-lens panoramic camera from the turn of the century (i.e. the 1800 to 1900 changeover not the most recent one).  It makes these enormous 6x17cm panoramic negatives and is quite sharp for a camera that it between 100-110 years old.  After a generous lubing, this was the first shot that I took.  I think this camera has potential to make some interesting images.  Stay tuned for more to come.

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+Markus Ortner if you have some samples from your horizon I would love to see them. Please post.  Thanks.
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Sad to finish the Holga workshop yesterday at NESOP Boston.  It was good fun and I learned a lot.  Here is a link to a collection of photos that I took during the workshop, and my review.  It is a bit long, so I apologize for that.  Enjoy. 
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Normal. Ha. A little. I have not had much time for anything lately. I need the weather to warm up anyway. Tired of winter. 
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Education
  • UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Allopathic Medicine, 1999 - 2003
  • Rutgers University
    Chemical Engineering, 1991 - 1995
  • Holmdel High School
    1987 - 1991
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Radiation Oncologist, Radiosurgeon
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  • Boston Medical Center
    Radiation Oncologist, 2008 - present
  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
    Radiation Oncology Resident, 2004 - 2008
  • Saint Vincent's Hospital, Manhattan Campus
    Intern, 2003 - 2004
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Somerville, MA - Holmdel, NJ - West Orange, NJ - Piscataway, NJ - New Brunswick, NJ - New York, NY - Philadelphia, PA - Boston, MA