something familier

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    mysteryscribe TPF Noob!

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    I have shot this several times. I do it when I am testing something because it is handy. Sooooo

    This morning I decided to try something new. The properties of film and paper developers are different I know. So what would happen if you were to replace part of your paper developer with film developer. I did and this is the result of experiment one. From here they went downhill. I dropped a camera twice and thereby tore the back off. So I'm not having a great day but I really liked this shot
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    You certainly have increased contrast here - it looks really good. :thumbup:
     
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    actually i thought it was down from the portrait of the girl... but then i saw this one lol.[​IMG]
     
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    Oh, my.....I really like that! :thumbup: The silhouette in the window frame looks great! High contrast is your friend here.
     

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