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    Traditional Photography Anyone?

    I'm really into photography myself but recently been getting into traditional photography developing the film and making prints myself. Here are some of my prints. Does anyone else rock film?












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    I have gone digital but it doesn’t have the definition of film, especially stuff like pan F

    Its like most things these days, quality is sacrificed for convenience. I have yet to see a digital flat screen TV than cope with fast moving images and give the definition of a CRT screen.
    Nice pics by the way love the last one with ther step leading down to the car....or up to the ruin... the steps make a great link between the old and the new.
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    Thanks hun yeah Iknow what you mean, its just like owning older cars now, you know its an enthusiast

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    I am taking a step backwards and doing this at college, my first few assignments HAVE to be done on B&W film, and we have to process from start to finish ourselves.

    Luckily the processing costs nothing except the papaer using the colleges chemicals and dark room

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    Looks fantastic!

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    Nice pics.

    Film is great but to REALLY appreciate it, you need to view it in the flesh (so to speak)

    To process an image on film and then post them on a digital medium just doesnt do them justice.

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    what camera,lens, film, chemicals, paper etc. you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paddy View Post
    Nice pics by the way love the last one with ther step leading down to the car....or up to the ruin... the steps make a great link between the old and the new.[/FONT]

    or the old and the older ..............

    nice pics but im all digital now
    red to red black to black blue to bits

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    very nice pics, I like the first one, great depth and shadow, very invoking.

    Good work!
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