neopan 1600 @ 3200 dev time

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Ornello
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Re: neopan 1600-true speed

Postby Ornello » Wed Jan 14, 2009 8:06 pm

pirateoversixty wrote:Don't let Orny get your goat. He means well but sometimes wears blinders. I agree that photography is a personal thing and rules are meant to be broken. Some of my friends get frustrated that I bounce from film developer to film developer. So what. There is more to photography than shadow detail when there is none expected or grainless prints when that isn't what you are after. I will assume that you have advanced beyond what people like Ornello expect, and enjoy playing.
Jim
I find it frustrating that people who get into B&W photography often gravitate toward extreme effects rather than simply letting their images speak for themselves. It is relatively easy to make sharp, fine-grained images if you know the technique. Grain for grain's sake has been done for so long...it's just trite and pointless.


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neopan 1600-true speed

Postby pirateoversixty » Thu Jan 15, 2009 7:21 pm

refer to my previous post.

Ornello, have you seen mr. chop's work? maybe he has he hottest thing to come, maybe not. but at least he is giving it a whirl. where/when do we get to see your work?

Mr. Chop, Go For It!!!!!

Jim

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Postby Jim Appleyard » Thu Jan 15, 2009 8:02 pm

"Grain for grain's sake has been done for so long...it's just trite and pointless."

Not to Mr. Chop.

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Re: neopan 1600-true speed

Postby Ornello » Sun Jan 18, 2009 3:48 pm

pirateoversixty wrote:refer to my previous post.

Ornello, have you seen mr. chop's work? maybe he has he hottest thing to come, maybe not. but at least he is giving it a whirl. where/when do we get to see your work?

Mr. Chop, Go For It!!!!!

Jim
A small sample can be seen here:

http://www.photographyboard.net/members/gnarly1/

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Re: neopan 1600-true speed

Postby Keith Tapscott. » Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:02 pm

Ornello wrote:
pirateoversixty wrote:refer to my previous post.

Ornello, have you seen mr. chop's work? maybe he has he hottest thing to come, maybe not. but at least he is giving it a whirl. where/when do we get to see your work?

Mr. Chop, Go For It!!!!!

Jim
A small sample can be seen here:
For some reason, the images don`t appear when I click on them.
I think this image on Neopan 1600 is one of yours though on the 2nd post. (Hans Beckert?) :?:
http://photo.net/black-and-white-photo- ... rum/007fN7

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Re: neopan 1600-true speed

Postby Ornello » Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:06 pm

Keith Tapscott. wrote:
Ornello wrote:
pirateoversixty wrote:refer to my previous post.

Ornello, have you seen mr. chop's work? maybe he has he hottest thing to come, maybe not. but at least he is giving it a whirl. where/when do we get to see your work?

Mr. Chop, Go For It!!!!!

Jim
A small sample can be seen here:
For some reason, the images don`t appear when I click on them.
I think this image on Neopan 1600 is one of yours though on the 2nd post. (Hans Beckert?) :?:
http://photo.net/black-and-white-photo- ... rum/007fN7
I can't get them to work either. Don't know why.

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Re: neopan 1600-true speed

Postby Ornello » Mon Jan 19, 2009 11:16 am

Keith Tapscott. wrote:
Ornello wrote:
pirateoversixty wrote:refer to my previous post.

Ornello, have you seen mr. chop's work? maybe he has he hottest thing to come, maybe not. but at least he is giving it a whirl. where/when do we get to see your work?

Mr. Chop, Go For It!!!!!

Jim
A small sample can be seen here:
For some reason, the images don`t appear when I click on them.
I think this image on Neopan 1600 is one of yours though on the 2nd post. (Hans Beckert?) :?:
http://photo.net/black-and-white-photo- ... rum/007fN7
I have notified the site and they are working on it.

Ornello
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Re: neopan 1600-true speed

Postby Ornello » Thu Jan 29, 2009 12:19 pm

Keith Tapscott. wrote:
Ornello wrote:
pirateoversixty wrote:refer to my previous post.

Ornello, have you seen mr. chop's work? maybe he has he hottest thing to come, maybe not. but at least he is giving it a whirl. where/when do we get to see your work?

Mr. Chop, Go For It!!!!!

Jim
A small sample can be seen here:
For some reason, the images don`t appear when I click on them.
I think this image on Neopan 1600 is one of yours though on the 2nd post. (Hans Beckert?) :?:
http://photo.net/black-and-white-photo- ... rum/007fN7
The site has been repaired. Here is a hot taken on Neopan 400 or HP5, I can't remember.

http://www.photographyboard.net/index.p ... &page=view


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