Finally printed that P3200 / Postcards

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  1. doobs

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    So I printed up a ton of prints on Ilford's Double-Weight Multigrade 4x6 postcard paper for APUG's Postcard Exchange. These prints are both from those TMax P3200 test rolls I shot. Nothing fancy, nothing that great, just thought they looked like postcard material :p. Anywho, thought you all might be interested in seeing them.

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  2. nealjpage

    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    Sweet work, Doobs!. I've got a roll of that stuff in my fridge, mocking me to process it. I just can't remember what speed I shot it at. :p
     
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    That's the worst! :p

    Also, I've got a small amount of postcards left, that I might mail to some of you members, if you're nice. :)
     
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    the first image really feels 3-d.
     
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    I hope that's a good thing!
     
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    lol, yes. i really like it!
     

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