Any reason not to use Agfapan and agfa paper?

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  1. DocFrankenstein

    DocFrankenstein Clinically Insane?

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    Right now I have an unopened box of agfa semi gloss and a few rolls of ISO 100 agfapan.

    The reason is that they're cheap. Do they limit me somehow?

    It's gonna be my first roll of film developed myself.

    I'm not looking for precise look/finish, just a noob discovering the darkroom process.
     
  2. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    No. Rock on! :headbang:
     
  3. DIRT

    DIRT TPF Noob!

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    HEll yeah Ksmatt, AGFA papers are the best.
     
  4. Chase

    Chase I am now benign! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I've always liked Agfa products and had great results with them!
     
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    santino TPF Noob!

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    agfa is very good, especially the discontiuned Agfapan 25.
     
  6. gypsyIX

    gypsyIX TPF Noob!

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    i like the warm look of the agfa papers... but you have to be careful not to let your prints get muddy-looking. it's a common problem with warm-toned papers.
     

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