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    Agfa APX 9,5x6 glass plates, Kodak Tmax 100 Glass plates. And some Kodak GPZ in 120 format

    See image below for sample of glass plate I shot.Top image is a Negative print bottom image is the positive plate.
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    Last edited by Stephen Frizza; 06-03-2010 at 09:07 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Oh, and some Ilford SFX

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    Shot several rolls of Tmax 400 in both 35mm and 120. I just ordered more Arista Premium 400, which I really like a lot and have a roll of it in my Leica now.
    Chris Crawford
    Fine Art Photography of Indiana and other places no one else photographs.

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    120, Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Portaa 400 NC
    35mm Konica 750, Delta 400, Ilford FP4
    Stack of 35mm stuff, some 120 stuff and lots of other junk to make it work

    Keep it simple. ~ Alfred Eisenstaedt

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    120 T-Max 400

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    8x10" : Ilford Fp4+ and Hp5+
    8x20" : Ilford Fp4+ / Hp5+ / Adox Chs100

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    Digital is Slow..........Analog is ROCK!!!!

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    In the cameras now

    Ektar 100 120 (Brownie)
    Portra 400 NC 120 (Pentax 6X7)
    CVS 400 Color (Nikonos V)

    And for that extra embarrassing feeling

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    CVS 400 Color (From the Nikonos V)

    Aside note, I feel that CVS 400 Color film is just Kodak Gold 400 in CVS clothing. I was shooting film all weekend and enjoying it, I made nice images and got to do some experimenting that should yield some great shots later this summer. So really, who cares what I was using for film.

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    I recently shot the last of my Kodak Tri-X 320 and BW400CN in 120 size. Now I'm playing with Ilford FP4+. For 35mm it's almost always Tri-x 400.

    For color I've been using Ektar 100 for a while now, both 35mm and medium-format.

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    Mainly HP5+ in both 120 and 35mm, with just one or two rolls of kodak bw400cn, for some pics of classic cars and tractors for thelocal classic vehicle club,( saves me spending hours churning out 5x4s) Richard

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    Delta 400 in 35 mm using an SLR and Xpan.
    Kodak HIE in 35 mm (Long out of date)



 

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