Don't use T-MAX 400 for Fine Art!

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by Michel Hardy-Vallée, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. Michel Hardy-Vallée

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    Clearly rules intended to be broken
     
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    Probably not written by a photographer.

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    It's interesting that the only film suitable for aerial work, according to the chart, is HIE which isn't made anymore.
     
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    I never follow rules.
     
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    I always follow rules - until they become inconvenient.
     
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    I knew there was a reason my landscape shots suck:smile:
     
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    They don't make HIE anymore?
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    I have a local camera store to clean out tomorrow.
     
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