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Traditional Photography Anyone?

Discussion in 'Photography & The Digital Darkroom' started by El-Driver, Oct 14, 2010.

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    El-Driver New Member

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    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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    paddy Audi=No fault code, no idea

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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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    Broken Byzan Photographic Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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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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    DriveByShooters Editor Audi-Sport.Net Magazine

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    Nice pics. :icon_thumright:

    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.

    My 2 pence worth..lol
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    what camera,lens, film, chemicals, paper etc. you use?
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    fingermouse thats me

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

    nice pics but im all digital now
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    beanoir Sharpest Tongue in the West

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

    Good work!
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