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  1. white

    white TPF Noob!

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    Old negative. I thought I would do something different today and not use the negative carrier in order to show the sprocket holes.

    I also split filter printed for the first time. Success! :)

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    cool i like it. i just got into film recently. about to shot my first roll sooon!
     
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    Cool. :)

    Are you developing the film yourself or sending it out? If you are on a tight budget and you're sending your film to 1 hour photo places, it might be worthwhile to just have them develop the film and skip the prints. You probably don't want prints of all the bad frames (and there will be plenty). Instead, go to a local photo place and buy a loupe for like $10. A loupe is a small magnifying glass used to examine the quality of negatives. That way you can pick and choose which negatives to print. You'll have to get used to reading negatives, though. A helpful way is to scan them into photoshop and select Image > Adjustments > Invert.
     
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    BuS_RiDeR No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Interesting. :)
     

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