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    Its not precisely correct usage of the term, but he is referring to blue-sensitive only film.

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    Oh, OK. So orthochromatic. Cool, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher D. Keth View Post
    Oh, OK. So orthochromatic. Cool, thanks!
    No, ortho is sensitive to both blue and green. That's why it's the new-fangled stuff.

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    Nice work Zhenya! When I have time I will keep experimenting with Kodak print film 2302. I posted a scan of a print I did with it in the Technical gallery. I think it's looking promising. I also had halation, but I'm sure that the film was positioned correctly in the camera. (I wonder why).

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    Wonderful examples with this film! I like the look it brings to the images and the softness is "just right" for me. I'm not so sure I would reduce development much, it might take away from the subtle skin tones. Perhaps just a shirt which isn't as white might be better on the next try?

    The only "modern" film I know which gives somewhat similar skin tones is Efke 25, not the same, but it is less on the red end, contrasty, and still pretty slow to shoot. Very nice work, want to see more. Best, tim

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