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    ^ agreed. Buy an entry lvl dslr, and learn the basics and manual functions. The cost of developing and buing film will be to mutch for learning. And you wont be able to see your images right away, to learn from mistakes ect. When u feel you got the hang of it, buy a cheap camerabody like the pentax k1000 or something in that region. I learn film with my dads all manual pentax MX and it was great to learn with.

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    ^ holy jesus. What's the story behind all that?




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    Did a side by side comparison of acros 100 and tmax 100 with lights. All shot on the Rz w/ 110 2.8. My conclusion is, I like tmax100 for lit shots, and acros 100 for natural light portraits.

    Kodak tmax 100

    bwgkeysar000206-R1-E011.jpg by KeysarPhoto, on Flickr

    bwgkeysar000206-R1-E012.jpg by KeysarPhoto, on Flickr

    bwgkeysar000206-R1-E013.jpg by KeysarPhoto, on Flickr
    Fuji Acros 100

    bwgkeysar000206-R1-E024.jpg by KeysarPhoto, on Flickr

    bwgkeysar000206-R1-E030.jpg by KeysarPhoto, on Flickr
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    Cant wait to contribute. I've gotta get through 3 rolls before I send in for process and scan though.

    ...but for now, this is what I'll be using.


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    Found some really old negs from when I first got my car last year. Got them scanned in earlier.








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    Canon AE-1














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    Quote Originally Posted by Minuki View Post
    What film was that?




    If your talking to me, its a 400 kodak B+W film i had laying around. I can't remember what exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oprahhwinfreyy View Post
    If your talking to me, its a 400 kodak B+W film i had laying around. I can't remember what exactly.
    Nice. It's pretty contrasty

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    Amazing shots in here guys! makes me want to grab some film and go and try it out.

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    Do you guys scan your own film or have it developed first?
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    Quote Originally Posted by avidworks View Post
    Do you guys scan your own film or have it developed first?
    You have to develop it before you can scan it.

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    What color stocks were you shooting, Elijah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdogg16 View Post
    What color stocks were you shooting, Elijah?

    That cheap fujicolor film you get at walmart. 400 speed I think. Developed at Walgreens.

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