Some Delta 3200

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  1. cigrainger

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    These are from the last roll I took on my Canon AE-1 before I made the switch over to Pentax.

    From Edinburgh, near Bristo Square:

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    From Stirling, from the castle and the William Wallace monument, respectively:

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    cool pics, i really like number 2, but i find them super grainy, is that becasue of the ISO, or the scan?
     
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    Delta 3200 is Ilford film that's really rated around 1500, but is exposed and processed at ASA3200 for low light. It provides a naturally very grainy look -- that's the idea. Whereas high ISO with digital just gives you noise, the higher ISO in film gives you larger grain. This has to do with larger grains of silver halide salts being more sensitive to light. To give you an idea of the scan quality, this is a scan of some Fuji Velvia 100 from the same processing place:


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    I like the first two. Have you used kodak tamx 3200, if you have is it as grainy?
     
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    Thanks. I haven't used tmax, but I plan on giving it a try in the next few weeks. I'll post the results. :thumbup:
     

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