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    Hi, This topic is dedicated to the black and white silver. If you want to post digital photos black and white, no problem, but try to think in black and white, so light, contrast, lines, volumes etc. You can post your double B & B the topic Photos of digital devices, it will please everyone. The topic will also focus on: -B & W film development pulling The equipment the pictures! pictures! So topic support, help those who want to start the date As I write, I have a 15aine developments behind me and I have the hardware to print but waiting to be installed. By cons I began to have a good theoretical knowledge and I lack only a few years of experience and pleasure advice to those who want to get started development B & W negatives is simple, requires little equipment, little time, little money.

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    I opened the ball with two photos of concert starting point the first is Otis Grand a blues guitar player. Kodak Tmax film 3200 the second is Daniel an accordionist Jazz loaded with Kodak Tri-X 400 pushed to 1600 iso which we will bring up the advanced treatment to speak! FYI, you can increase the nominal sensitivity of film. Therefore can indicate to the case of expose the picture "as if" the film was in 1600 when as a 400 ASA then you just develop as if it was the 1600 ASA advantages able to increase the speed to avoid camera shake tri cost 4-X 400? while the real costs 8 3200? Get lots of grain if desired Disadvantages it is better to use a developer under penalty of fine grain grains have huge money. The contrasts are very strong and you lose detail in the shadows and high light Warning! Some films lend themselves more than others to be pushed without too much damage on the quality of the image the quote Ilford HP5 400 and Kodak Tri-X400 which can grow to 1600 or 3200 with usable results in expansion an example of the grain Tri-X 400 pushed to 3200. There is still detail in the skin and textures.

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    Thank you for this topic I think it will be interesting! Well I puts ps I resizing a little smaller tonight.

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    Congratulations for this excellent topic. I would add that for the film i had the opportunity to essayer the Kodak 400 Black & White + and this is the ball. The best grain of black and white on the market today yet.

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    Hello. I take this opportunity to highlight old stuff there to do a few years of it. I never do a lot of Black and White in fact it is not obvious anyway. This one I like it simply because it is one of the first I made N & b with my camera brand new. I already posted this one there in a long time! The wicked man who runs the other way and messed my photo while roundness. I like it. movies For a little while I tried Tri-X, T-Max, Pan F +, FP4 + + Hp5. Small preference for HP5 +. I did that once pushed the FP4 to 400 but the contrast he tends to explode.

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    I love the last two including textures 3 and the last two compo! Though hast learned yourself?

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