Art studio pics...

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  1. Mumfandc

    Mumfandc TPF Noob!

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    Hey hey!

    I did my first roll of film developed in Acufine developer. Just curious to try the stuff out. Did some random shots of my classmates at my art college doing their work.

    I rated the film at 1000, and the negs seemed pretty thin after development, so I had to adjust the prints, which explains the contrastiness.

    Not sure if I like the stuff. But I gave everyone a print...they were happy...so I was happy :)

    All pics scanned from prints (Forte Polywarmtone in Dektol)
    Camera: Hasselblad 500c/m with 80mm f2.8 CF Zeiss lens
    Film: Tri-X 120 @1000 in Acufine (except last 4, Tri-X@800 in D-76)

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    Very nice set! I like your style! : )
     
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    Indeed a very nice set. Very photojournalistic.
     
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    wow, these are awesome, you just couldnt do this with a digi cam.
     
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    Nice series!
     
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    Mumfandc TPF Noob!

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    Well, I'm sure you could mimic the look. But when it comes down to the actual print, I still feel nothing beats something worked in the darkroom.

    Normally I crop the square negatives out of my Hasselblad, but I decided to keep the square this time as a result of my newly discovered favorite photographer Hiroshi Watanabe. My favorite images have to be his Kabuki theatre portraits. LINK:http://www.hiroshiwatanabe.com/HW website Folder/Pages/Kabuki/Kabuki thumbnails.html
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    These are very nice. Great tonal range. :thumbup: Well done! I'm sure they were very happy with these. :)
     
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    totally agree with terri
    nice shots.. i love the quality they have about them
    sure makes way for a photojournalistic style
    thanks for sharing :)
     
  9. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Love the feel to these...makes a great series.
    love the hi-contrast too. :D :thumbup:
     
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    these are fantastic, all of them. You have a great style.
     
  11. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    [font=&quot]Nice stuff
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    Wow, these are just amazing. They have so much atmosphere and feel. We need to get you posting pics more often :)
     

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