Cool. No, that was Tri-X. But for the most part, my prints from either film look very similar tonality wise, the difference being mainly grain and sharpness, favoring Tri-X if you like grain or TMax if you dislike it.
Originally Posted by StoneNYC
I know that, I agree, I wasn't trying to say this image wasn't good, I like it even haha I was more curious if it was Tmax also is all. It's really tranquil.
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