127 B&W - Film for Classics (56k beware)

Jeff Canes

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Few B&W photos I took with my 127 Rollei Baby Gray,
Film for Classics did the processing, used Macophot UP 100 film,
scanned on my old but good Microtek flat bed scanner

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Speaking technically, I would go with #4 as the best. Has very nice contrast. I like the composition on 5 the best
 

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