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    How do they print?!

    The scanner to post them is good for the initial bit so you get some bragging rights.

    But slap those puppies onto some paper in the darkroom. That's where you want to be.

    And I still like the picture of the platform. There is potential there.
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    I hope my first results are as good, should have my room set by mid October. Last time I was in a darkroom was the early 70's. I liked the platform image.
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    Great shots for first outing!

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    No. 3 is my favourite from recognising it as pan-f.
    The others to me looked too contrasty and no.1 has some highlight detail blown.

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    Congrats! I think they look cool but a tad over sharpened. What really matters is how they print.

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    What camera did you use?

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    I love this film, but your shot came out as they are overdone, sure next time you will get it better.

    As all asked you, which developer? and What camera+lens combo?

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    It looks like a good start.

    You missed your focus on the portrait though. Person is all fuzzy. Would've been a decent shot. Plus, he gets points for smoking a pipe (something I do as well).

    Keep going.

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    I think Ilford Pan F is a film best suited to Pyro developers.
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    I agree with Bruce, great start-keep up the good work!

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