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    After all my mishapps I got my first roll developed...this is what came out

    Thanks so much to everyone who lent me a hand with all my n00b questions and freak outs XD I'm sure there will be many more along the way especially now that I'm hooked and want to set up my own darkroom so anyways I got my first film developed tonight at walgreens and these are my favorite two shots. I'm just happy that they weren't blank (like the first film where I didn't actually load it right and never took one pic XD) and that some of my dslr knowledge seems to have translated into these because I felt totally lost but I will not give up! Here they are:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7109377...n/photostream/

    edited with a b/w action:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7109377...n/photostream/

    and here's probably my fave:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7109377...n/photostream/

    Any comments, critiques, advice would be really great Also if you have a Flickr please addd me I'd love to share our pictures
    Last edited by Anayari; 12-04-2011 at 09:52 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Congrats, you are doing great! Keep it up!

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    Nice! Your going to do fine. You know, you can start shooting B&W and developing it yourself without a darkroom. Oh, the rabbit hole, how far down does it go?...

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    The portrait is really nice.

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    Thanks so much everyone! Jbrunner I want to know more about self developing I will pm you right now! For me the rabbit hole is starting to look endless the more I see the more I do the more I want to try out...

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    Nice going, mate. You're on your way! It only gets better from here.

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    thank you all so much I have to say I am HOOKED and already have a second roll this one is b/w and I'm dying to see it already XD I need to slow down...two cameras in I don't even know how little time too ^^; I'm doomed!

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    Great picture of your girl!
    " A loving and caring heart is the beginning of all knowledge " ~ Thomas Carlyle ~

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    T+he results are great .. well done!

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    Good on ya, great portrait. I knew you could do it. Jbrunner has some excellent videos on YouTube that will get you started with developing your own film, check em out.
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