A&P 1st Negative Scans - B&W - C&C

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  1. aCab

    aCab New Member

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    These are the first scans I did from some Kodak T-Max 400 that I've been shooting for class. I should be posting more as they come in.

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    ahhh....you can't beat the beauty of a good black and white negative! :)
     
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    I've got a EOS 1N laying around but I never use it... :sad2:
     
  4. dmora

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    I should post mine when i get them all printed and scanned.
     
  5. aCab

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    These are from the negatives broham. :bigthumb:
     
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    footratfunkface New Member

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    You stole my idea. I've been meaning to go across the street and shoot my neighbor's cows and hay for a while now. I'm too late.
     
  7. dmora

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    we dont have a film scanner here in the photo lab. :(
     
  8. aCab

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    :wtc:

    We have a regular scanner that has the ability to scan negatives. :bigthumb:

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    i remember tmax. had to use that in middle school and highschool photoclass. also tri-x. do u develop the film urself? that was always fun. especially printing them in the dark room and having your hands smell like chemicals all day.
     
  10. aCab

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    Yeah, developing film is my least favorite part. It takes so damn long. I love it all though. I've thought about putting together a darkroom to use since everyone is getting rid of their stuff and going digital. For my fine art stuff, I like it more than digital.
     

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