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    Any good examples of ASA 3200 captures?

    Pushed or not. Do you have any captures you can show me to illustrate what 3200 looks like?

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    capture, that's a digi term
    here's about 11,000 examples: http://www.flickr.com/groups/55584695@N00/
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    Delta 3200 - negative scan (developed in Tmax developer):

    http://darkosaric.deviantart.com/art/milano-2-46215632

    http://darkosaric.deviantart.com/art/--42708300

    Tmax 3200 - print scan (developed in Rodinal to get grain bigger):

    http://darkosaric.deviantart.com/art/Mostar-4-149325418

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    Wild Bill has given you a reasonable place to look.

    There are so many variables that it is hard to make any reasonable judgement about a film by anything you see, Internet or print.

    Some things you just gotta try to understand.
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    OK, thanks for all the feedback!

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    these were taken on drawer stored 10+ year old tmz processed in coffee
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    Here are some prints from Delta 3200 and TMax 3200 negs, and I threw in a Neopan 1600 shot too, for good measure. All exposed at about EI 1,000.

    Portrait is Neopan 1600 (in DD-X).
    Feather, Mannequin Sailor, and Street shot are 35mm Delta 3200 in Rodinal or Edwal 12.
    Fern Detail is 120 Delta 3200 in Edwal 12.
    The Minneapolis night shot is TMax 3200 in Xtol.

    Hope that helps.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Abyss of an Eye.jpg   Feather.jpg   Fern Detail.jpg   Hey Sailor.jpg   Minneapolis Sunset.jpg  

    Streets of old Stockholm.jpg  
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    Here are some prints from Delta 3200 and TMax 3200 negs, and I threw in a Neopan 1600 shot too, for good measure. All exposed at about EI 1,000.

    Portrait is Neopan 1600 (in DD-X).
    Feather, Mannequin Sailor, and Street shot are 35mm Delta 3200 in Rodinal or Edwal 12.
    Fern Detail is 120 Delta 3200 in Edwal 12.
    The Minneapolis night shot is TMax 3200 in Xtol.

    Hope that helps.
    Dear Thomas,

    This Fern detail is wondeful ! Can you give us some details on the print ?

    Thanks for sharing.
    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rom View Post
    Dear Thomas,

    This Fern detail is wondeful ! Can you give us some details on the print ?

    Thanks for sharing.
    What kind of details do you need?
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

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