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Old Apr 5, 2010, 4:36 AM   #271
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Than you. Have you got out to shoot of late?
Not sure if I understood you right, but I've been out shooting some street shots a few days ago! As soon as I pp'ed my shots, I'll post them here of course

EDIT: I was looking up the phrase "of late" in the dictionary - yes, I understood it right and learned a new word
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Old Apr 5, 2010, 4:35 PM   #272
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How about some very recent ''film'' people shots.
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Old Apr 6, 2010, 12:10 AM   #273
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Hi Javier, I really like your film shots, they take me back. I never shot with Ilford, always tri-x, usually pushed to 800 to be on the safe side. Yours look very contrasty, is that the film or the post process? Just curious. Makes me want to buy a minolta film camera to go with all these lenses . By the way, how do you process your film? Are you personally involved in any of it, or do you have it developed and digitized.? Forgive all the questions, I just don't know many people who shoot film anymore (me included). Great photos, as always..
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Old Apr 6, 2010, 12:36 AM   #274
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Hi Javier, I really like your film shots, they take me back. I never shot with Ilford, always tri-x, usually pushed to 800 to be on the safe side. Yours look very contrasty, is that the film or the post process? Just curious. Makes me want to buy a minolta film camera to go with all these lenses . By the way, how do you process your film? Are you personally involved in any of it, or do you have it developed and digitized.? Forgive all the questions, I just don't know many people who shoot film anymore (me included). Great photos, as always..
Thank you very much
I am one of the few that I know that shoots film as well. I love the stuff. There is something about film that I really like. I like the way the shutter feels when released, I love the [email protected]@K, I love the anticipation of waiting to get it developed. Most of my film I send to the local Target or walgrens. I know them well enough that they let me set the machines. For Ilford films, I tend to shoot about a 2/3 to a full stop underexposed to get the grain and contrast. I do very little in PP work. PP work for me is usually cropping and slight curves adjustments. As for scanning, I have the labs scan them to a cd or I scan the film myself if I want something really trick. Most of the images on my blog are on film.

Here is a folder with all of my 2010 Film images.

Here is a folder with all of my 2009 Film Images.
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Old Apr 6, 2010, 5:00 AM   #275
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I never shot film, but I always admired my dad's old b&w shots, so I love that special look!! Thank's for posting these nice photos here, Javier!
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Old Apr 6, 2010, 9:48 PM   #276
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Old Apr 9, 2010, 1:06 AM   #277
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Gosh, which ones?


Free


Boarding


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really nice shots you have posted here lately.

i really love "everyone once in a while i get lucky" the parallels of the faces is just outstanding. what an excellent shot.
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This one is stunning - "Every once in a while, I get lucky" - you really got lucky when shooting this!!

Coming to your latest b&w set, I like the first two a lot... and the guy's facial eypression in "Free"
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really nice shots you have posted here lately.

i really love "everyone once in a while i get lucky" the parallels of the faces is just outstanding. what an excellent shot.
Thank you very much. That image is my personal fav of mine that I took this year.
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