Some Delta 100 Snaps

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by billyweather, Jun 30, 2007.

  1. billyweather

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    I like the first one the best. I think it would look better with the person on the left cropped out, but still leaving a lot of room on that side so he's not centred.
     
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    Is delta100 always a lower contrast film?
    I shot a few rollls and processed them last week and the contrast was horrid, it must have not developed it long enough, yours like fine.
    I really need to get some tri-x for my style >_<
     
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    I always seem to get a bunch of overexposed shots with Delta. I am still trying to figure that one out. Perhaps it is the Delta. One example is the second shot of the three I posted. It's overexposed and a bit soft, but I liked the action and framing enough to make it a keeper. I shoot everything in aperture priority or manual, but I can't get consistent results when I shoot B&W. I wonder (again) if it is the Delta...

    Anybody have any similar experiences?
     
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    I don't use delta for anything but indoor portraits. Contrast is too low.
     

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