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    My first photo post

    Cornfield
    I shot this yesterday afternoon on the way home from work
    Zorki 4, jupiter 8 50F2

    19 years out of date and don't know how it was stored, developed in Rodinal 1+25 9 mins


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    thats some hectic grain! quite a peaceful scene - well done.

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    Love the image. It looks like the film has gone a bit grainy with time but lovely image..nice work!!!

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    Not too bad, though I've never seen a landscape in rodinal that I liked. They are all just too grainy.

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    How can it NOT be grainy, it's a field of corn!

    Love the shot BTW!
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    Cool shot.
    Long life to film !
    And welcome aboard.

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    Thankyou so much everyone, the grain could be down to age and possibly too much agitation got 3 more old rolls of Delta 400 so will try a different developer and less agitation and see what happens, also got 4 rolls of FP4 and HP5 to play with

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    Typically I don't like this much grain - but it really does add something special to the image. I have some outdated film that I might have to expose. Thanks for the inspiration and GREAT print!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjbuzzclick View Post
    How can it NOT be grainy, it's a field of corn!

    Love the shot BTW!
    That doesn't look like corn to me. Granted it does look like a field of wheat or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayvo86 View Post
    That doesn't look like corn to me. Granted it does look like a field of wheat or something.
    The word "corn" has many different meanings depending on what country you are in. Corn in the United States is also called maize or Indian corn. In some countries, corn means the leading crop grown in a certain district. Corn in England means wheat; in Scotland and Ireland, it refers to oats. Corn mentioned in the Bible probably refers to wheat or barley.
    http://www.agron.iastate.edu/courses...rn_history.htm

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