Thread: Challenge: Shooting B&W With Asher
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Old April 19th, 2013, 09:21 AM
jake klein jake klein is offline
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Originally Posted by Dawid Loubser View Post
Welcome to this long-running thread, Jake! The FM2 and the 85/1.4 must be a beautifully-handling combination, capable of great results. I have not used Delta3200 in about 3 years, but I always liked the images made with it. It scans horribly in my opinion - really exaggerating the grain - but I've always lived the darkroom prints made with it. This is one of my most well-received prints made with the film:

People's car

(Olympus OM-1, Zuiko 90mm f/2.0 Macro, Ilford Delta 3200, printed on 5x7in Ilford RC Multigrade paper, chemically sepia-toned

Nice image. I love VW. I sure miss my GTI 337 edition.

So you think my D3lta 3200 images would look better printed than scanned? Just to let you know these are the most basic scans offered where I had the film developed. I think I might pick a few and get them drum scanned to be printed.


Here's a couple more.











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