Quote Originally Posted by ntenny View Post
I'm not sure I know what a "vintage" look is, really; there are so many variables attributable to so many different aspects of the process. Grain itself looks "vintage" to some people, as contrasted with the grainless look for which a lot of t-grain users strive. So do empty shadows, sometimes. But if you really want viewers to go "OMG V1NT4G3!!1!" about a photo, sepia-tone it and put it in a gilt frame...

I like the Foma 200 look, developed in PMK Pyro, semi-stand, 30 minutes:childrensDAY (9 of 9).jpg