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    I think Ilford Pan F is a film best suited to Pyro developers.
    Andre Noble, Beverly Hills California http://andrenoble.com/

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    I agree with Bruce, great start-keep up the good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bushpig View Post
    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.
    Might just be the mood he wanted to convey? I rather like it as it looks like it could be from a far early time. That being said, I think the shots before the Pipe Smoke would have been better in Pyro or even something like Rodinal 1:100 semi-stand. Perceptol at 1:3 might have calmed them down a little also. Just my opinion of course. JohnW

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Wiegerink View Post
    Might just be the mood he wanted to convey? I rather like it as it looks like it could be from a far early time.
    Normally, I'd agree with you, John.

    However, since the plant behind him is in clear focus, I don't think I can. If the whole scene was out of focus, I actually wouldn't mind it. However, the plant being in focus draws my eye away from the interesting part of the photo (the gentleman smoking). Perhaps the plant is supposed to be the subject, but I doubt it.

    Either way, the shot has good potential and I'd like to see jkasarda revisit it and try again.

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    Re: First medium format film developed!

    Quote Originally Posted by philruss View Post
    I agree with Bruce, great start-keep up the good work!
    I agree.

    Keep it up. Forget all this other mumbo jumbo for a few months. Concentrate on what you have now.

    Decent film. Regular developer. Get the shots on the film. Make the prints.


    Building Rome comes later.

    You're off to a hell of a good start in my opinion.
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