moody prints

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  1. santino

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    actually the original prints look a lot better, but I couldn't manage to scan them correctly.


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    good series...but really love the second one...the staircase is great, with the window ...love that shot.
     
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    The first picture looks like a table that you would have a "Sit-Down" at with the GodFather.......


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    all three are real nice. care to share some specs? aka, format, lens (or at least the focal length), film used, paper used, etc.
     
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    I love these! Have I ever mentioned that I love your style?
     
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    Man I would love to see the actual prints, caught some good mood in the pictures, very well done santino.
     
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    thanks a lot guys :)

    all is 35mm, shot 1 & 3 were taken with my Bessa L with the 15mm Heliar, shot 2 I can't remember. 1 & 3 were taken on Ilford PAN 400 and 2 on Fomapan 400.
    Paper was Fomatone MG toned in selenium/sepia.
     
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    ahh, and negative developer was D-76.
     
  9. Raymond J Barlow

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    great work, exceptional thinking here, very talanted Santino!
     
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    Awesome, Santino. :thumbup: I can't decide if #1 or 2 is my favorite..... I just love the checkered cloth and those tilted lamps. Terrific!!! But then that stairwell is so beautifully composed here...love the tones.

    I agree, those prints have to be gorgeous. Great job! :D
     
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    thanks a lot, very kind words :)
    btw. if I won't get any better prints I will send them away at the next print exchange (#3) :D
    good to hear that you guys like them, didn't expect so many replies, thanks again. :)
     
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    Nice work Santino< I love this series.
     

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