Still between the past or the future. Today it’s retrospect of silver Gelatin Print. Been shooting more B+W lately and notice I feel different creatively more focused when shooting film. enjoy pjc
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by Peter J. Crowley // 3 Comments
Steve Kacala says
Been missing B&W film myself lately. Been thinking about getting a used 35mm film camera, but finding used film cameras rather overpriced. I\’ll be patient. This is a great photograph with great depth for which the lines just lead me in further and further.
Peter J. Crowley says
Thanks Steve when it comes to B+W Film rules. As for prices I guess I have a better following of former film shooters who all bring me there old Nikon\’s so they will have a good home. I am a lucky guy except I can\’t been to print. So there are many new negs few new prints but I will learn to scan them soon. My lab closed for vacation. enjoy pjc
photography by Rees says
Yes, the B&W film route is the best, and better yet is doing the prints the old traditional way. The Kodak video you sent to me explains it rather well, one record, one time, rather than the digital that is constantly recycled. I hope you have good shooting with the Kentmere, will be interesting to see.