Lost in the corn

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  1. darin3200

    darin3200 TPF Noob!

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    It's getting about to the time when the harvest the corn around here so I though I would get some pictures before its all gone :)
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    Developed D-76 1:1
    Arista.Edu 5x7 variable contrast RC

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  2. NMLeakway

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    Nice shots. I really like that second one and I like the use of B&W. Good work.
     
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    they seem very grainy or is it just the scan? (cause t-max400 isn't much grainy as far as I know). #1 is pretty cool, maybe a tighter crop on the bottom and less exposed corn.
     
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    thanks all,
    santino: both. My t-max is a little grainy, I think I'm doing too much agitation during development, but its not that bad, the scanner sort of amplifies the effect. I'll crop some off the bottom, I did do a couple in which I dodged the corn a bit but I might have scanned the wrong one :)
     

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