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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    Medium format P/N 665 has been discontinued, so get it while you can. When it runs out, if you want a Polaroid neg, you'll need to use 4x5" Type 55.
    I guess I am now in the market for a 4x5....... Anyone?? Actually, please don't..... I don't need any temptations right now.....

    So, back to my 3200 thing.... Another major reason why I want to use it is because I have about 40 rolls of it... But I also have some Delta 400... Would it be better to push it 2 stops, and use a flash to get that contrasty, grainy feel or should I just take the chance with the 3200?? Also, what about developing?? Currently, my school is using Dectol... Should I use D76 instead?? How should I develop this stuff?

    Suzanne, I will certainly post some results....

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    Here are some Halloween shots I made a couple of years ago--

    http://www.echonyc.com/~goldfarb/halloween/

    Click the image to cycle to the next one. There are about half a dozen.

    I did these in 4x5" handheld with Linhof Tech V, 210/5.6 Symmar convertible mostly at f:8 (except Le Pescadou, which was f:5.6, since I was across a wide avenue), with a Norman 200C/GVI Vari-Strobe flash setup using a plain 5" reflector, Efke PL100 rated at 200 in Acufine. I was going for the Weegee look. If you want a grainier, contrastier version of the same, a smaller format and faster film should do it--try Tri-X rated at 1600 (underexposed, overdeveloped).
    flickr--http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidagoldfarb/
    Photography (not as up to date as the flickr site)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com/photo
    Academic (Slavic and Comparative Literature)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com

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    Thats not a bad idea either....... Maybe I will use 35mm to get the grain I want..... Its been awhile since I've used one of the AE-1's too.......

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