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08-22-2009, 09:19 AM   #1321
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08-22-2009, 11:41 AM   #1322
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Nice one brkl
I have a Mamiya M645 Super coming in the mail. Can't wait to play with that.

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08-22-2009, 11:55 AM   #1323
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Thanks Agnostic. You too, especially the first one. How are the Fomapan films? They are very cheap.
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Here's two on OLD velvia that I like. PZ-70, DA 40.



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QuoteOriginally posted by TWoK Quote
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wow. strong lines in this one, TWoK! beautiful!
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Thanks! This place was so humid.
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I really like this one.

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From an old roll of HP5 I found and scanned this afternoon. I know it was taken with a K1000.
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@brkl I think the Fomapan films are quite good. Tried the 35mm Fomapan 400 and the 120 rollfilm T200 so far. Both are nice, but I like Fuji Neopan 400 (in Rodinal) and Rollei Retro 100 (in Diafine) better.

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One person's flat is another's long grey curve I like the pic - increase dev time a smidge next time, perhaps you'll like it better. Tri-X does have its own unique look, those are fantastic!



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@brkl I think the Fomapan films are quite good. Tried the 35mm Fomapan 400 and the 120 rollfilm T200 so far. Both are nice, but I like Fuji Neopan 400 (in Rodinal) and Rollei Retro 100 (in Diafine) better.

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Excellent BW work and composition, especially 2 and 3.
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I'm thinking maybe we ought to split - into a "Lets see those B&W film shots" so much good work, and all the info re developers too.

Keep it up folks!!!


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Florence, Italy, 1980: Pentax MX, SMCP-M 50/1.7, probably Ektachrome; scan of an 8x12 print.

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English Garden, Munich, Germany, Winter 1980. Pentax MX, SMCP-M 50/1.7, probably Ilford HP-5, scanned from an old print.

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