Film C&C - Nikon FM-2

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  1. tmyprod

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    Hola,

    I've finally got around to developing some recently (relatively) shot reels and was looking for a bit of C&C. I did a bit of touching up on the digital scans because they didn't do the prints justice and they're not the best quality (effing 1-hr photo)

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    Thanks for taking a minute to check out my photographs.

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    Great shots! Like them all alot especially 1 and 5
     
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    What kind of film were you shooting, and what speed? They all seem good compositionaly, but they seem really noisy. Did you do a lot of sharpening in PP?
     
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    #5 was my favourite hands down. loving the way the light came through that leaf
     
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    Kodak ISO 200. But the photo people at Walgreen's don't exactly do the best film-scans. No sharpening in post, only color.
     
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