Some Ilford HP5 and Edinburgh as you may not know it.

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  1. cigrainger

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    First roll on my Pentax ME-F, Ilford HP5, and the SMC Pentax-M 40mm f/2.8 pancake lens. A few were taken with the SMC Pentax-M 200mm f/3.5. Let me know what you think, please. Scanned at the developers and just autolevels and a touch of contrast in Photoshop.


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    Fantastic texture! I'd love to see some prints out of the darkroom of a few of these.
     
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    Thanks. :thumbup: I wish I had access to a darkroom right now.
     
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    AHHHH, it's the only way to give them justice!!!
     
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    Changed them -- I think the levels and contrast messed them up, so I reverted them to as sanned.
     
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    I am for some reason drawn to number three. Cool captures
     
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    Too grey, otherwise I like the last one. I dont know if it is the scan, but these negatives/scans are too gray, and some contrast could help a lot.
     
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    It's funny, because I had the contrast higher and everybody said they were too contrasty, so I just put up the original scans with no contrast boost.

    Thanks for the input! :thumbup:
     

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