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So I'm taking a black and white 35mm photography class in college and I decided to share one of my photos I've developed. I'll upload more when time warrants me to if anyone's interested.

 

Orion55016169S53at86thStreetandFourthAvenue.jpg

 

Comments and critiques welcome.

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Looks a bit grainy no?? :eek:

 

Old Camera + Old Photo Type = A Old Picture

 

need I say anymore? I think this is a better answer:

 

"So I'm taking a black and white 35mm photography "

 

PS. Great Photo Mr.SI

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That film camera takes better photos than your P&S with 30 Dust Spots LOL!

 

Lmao, wayyyyyyyyyyyyyy better photos at that!

But of course, it's an SLR 35mm camera, not one of those disposable pieces of garbage. Manual controls ftw (y)

 

Thanks everyone!

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Old Camera + Old Photo Type = A Old Picture

 

need I say anymore? I think this is a better answer:

 

"So I'm taking a black and white 35mm photography "

 

PS. Great Photo Mr.SI

 

No, please don't. Please.

 

Nice B&W (and intentional grain). But this is where I really wish that SI Division still had RTSs to give it an even more vintage feel.

 

My sentiments exactly. I realize it's all intentional and such, but yeah it would look more vintage and less awkward I think with older buses.

Edited by Via Garibaldi 8

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Thanks guys.

 

@IRT...that's no effect, I took that with Kodak 400TX 35mm film and after i developed the film and the photo I scanned it into the computer.

 

@aemoreira...I honestly think the Orion 5s are "old" enough to give the photo its vintage look. It may not be old as the RTS (the RTS are from the late 1970s, the Orion 5s are from the late 1980s), but it suffices for me.

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Film is very different from digital, you used ISO 400 film for this shot? Came out pretty nice, I must say.

 

Correct, I used Kodak 400TX film. Thanks again everyone!

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