Second roll of Black n White

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  1. starving4rtist

    starving4rtist TPF Noob!

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    Just got these back, same roll as the dead bird. Nothing amazing, but I liked these pictures.
     
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    the last one is really cool! very cute, clean feel. way to go!
     
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    I love how your able to get the contrast of black and white...mine allways looks like gray and light gray. Yours seems nice and crisp! What film do you use?
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    I'm using (checks) Kodak Black + white 400 film. It's actually a kind that comes out black and white, but you process it like you would color film if that makes any sense. I just use it because then I can do the 1-hour photo finishing, they can't do it with normal B+W.
     
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    is that that portria stuff? I used one roll of that and some of it turned out fairly nicely
     
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    I'm not sure...it doesn't say that anywhere on the box. If you hadn't already guessed, I don't know much about film...
     
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    I agree
     
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    Love number 2. The birds make that a great shot.
     
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    thats either the new t-maxx that can be processed in c-41 chemicals or the other "chromogenic" bw film niether of which i prefer to the likes of tri-x and HP5 and other TRU black and white film but they are good for the consumer people
     
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    Ya know, if you cropped out some of the clutter in the far left of the third photo, you'd have a really cool B&W image. The motion of your dog is really good here! :) I like it.
     
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    I really like the lighting on that first one. I love the level of contrast you have. A very strong picture. Nice job.
     
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    Yah, that third one definately has a nice crisp feeling to it. Transitions of the blacks to whites. Wery nice
     

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