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Old 11-07-2016   #2
Steve M.
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The last three have some issues, but your first shot is certainly a keeper, and it shows, to me, why I don't understand why anyone would shoot any B&W film emulsions BUT Tri-X, other than the fact the price is becoming a problem. I have an affinity for Tri-X in Mic-X, but that first shot looks just perfect. People who like the modern film emulsions won't like Tri-X, but the blacks you get from it are unique and deep. If not for the clothes, that shot could have been made 80 years ago. Great lighting.
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