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    On the same site, read Taking pictures in black and white and Thinking in black and white. Lots of good information. I was told once that black and white photographers "see light".
    Those who know, shoot film

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    photograph things that interest you ..
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    I got started devekoping my own film for under $200 and it is easy. Again, just takes practice. And it can be done in a downstairs half bath or a closet. Any space that can be made light tight.
    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Walrath View Post
    I got started devekoping my own film for under $200 and it is easy. Again, just takes practice. And it can be done in a downstairs half bath or a closet. Any space that can be made light tight.
    ...or even an area that is not quite light tight enough for film, if you use a changing tent. (Yes, tent, not bag. I have a bag because I got it for free, but it drives me crazy, especially when doing slightly more complicated things like trimming off a roll midway through or loading sheet film holders.) I have never really made any spot in my home to be light tight enough for film. Paper, yes, but not film. When processing at home, I always load in my bag (with the lights off).

    You don't need a great darkroom (or even a good one) to do great work!
    2F/2F

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    Hey, thanks for all your tips and suggestions. Will definitely look into developing my own film at some point.

    In the mean time i bought some filters. Got a job lot of 6 filters for.... 99p

    All look new, they are as follows

    Hoya Filters
    -Yellow (K2)
    -CS
    -Skylight
    -UV (0)
    -PL-CIR

    Vivitar
    -Orange (o2)

    Looking forward to trying them out, and see what results they produce
    Check my Flickr Account http://www.flickr.com/r0b3r7_mac

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