JandC classic 200 Surpised me

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by mark, Mar 14, 2005.

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    I just put a print in the critique gallery. The negative was Classic 200 and the exposure situation was far from ideal. Overcast day, and in the shadow of a cliff. Because of this neg I will be giving Classic 200 another try.
     
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    A very nice shot indeed. Before my current fascination with Efke 100, I shot a lot of J&C 200. It's a very nice film, and my move to Efke 100 was based on wanting to "learn" another film, not on any shortcoming I perceived in the J&C 200.

    Was this shot printed on the Centennial POP paper?
     
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    Yes it was printed on POP. I have not had much success with this film and POP. It is one of the reasons I moved to efke and have ignored the box of classic 200 in my freezer.
     
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    I, unfortunately, had no luck with the Centennial paper...that's why I'm currently ignoring the box that's in my refridgerator.

    Be well.
    Dave