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Hector Fernandez
Posts: 1,152
Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico


Digital...I knew it hahahahahaa.
Nov 16 12 10:11 am  Link  Quote 
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GER Photography
Posts: 7,749
Imperial, California, US


Whichever, it doesn't matter, I'm still allergic to cats!!:-)))
Nov 16 12 10:19 am  Link  Quote 
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Ruben Vasquez
Posts: 3,104
Puyallup, Washington, US


Camerosity wrote:
Here's what another Kodak publication that applies strictly to black-and-white films says on the subject:

"Large, even-toned areas in the mid-tones of a photograph will appear more grainy than dark- or light-toned areas or areas that include fine detail.”
- Kodak Professional Black-and White Films, Pub. F-5 (1984), Page 33

Do you have a link? I'd love to read it.

Nov 16 12 11:55 am  Link  Quote 
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Rob Mac Studio
Posts: 1,105
London, England, United Kingdom


Hector Fernandez wrote:
Digital...I knew it hahahahahaa.

Yes you were, but probably for the wrong reason.As Kaouthia  stated those artifacts on the nose are a result of jpeg compression and are not present on the full res in any shape or form. They could have just as easily been present in a scanned negative/photo after linking on here via flickr.

Leggy Mountbatten wrote:
Actually, that bokeh looks just like one of those old 55's. Those lenses had terrible bokeh, and this image does (look at the double-line bokeh in the upper left).

Of course it does, thats what it is. I was alluding to another false argument earlier that suggested the bokeh was to modern for it to be  film.

Terrible bokeh? Nah not to me. Its a classic lens in build and rendering and only £10 too!

Nov 16 12 12:00 pm  Link  Quote 
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Camerosity
Posts: 5,098
Saint Louis, Missouri, US


Camerosity wrote:
Here's what another Kodak publication that applies strictly to black-and-white films says on the subject:

"Large, even-toned areas in the mid-tones of a photograph will appear more grainy than dark- or light-toned areas or areas that include fine detail.”
- Kodak Professional Black-and White Films, Pub. F-5 (1984), Page 33
Ruben Vasquez wrote:
Do you have a link? I'd love to read it.

Not to the complete publication. It is excerpted on Page 9 of this web site:

http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic … lution.pdf

I used to have the book, but I'm sure it was an earlier edition. If I still have it, it's in a box somewhere in the basement.

Nov 16 12 12:53 pm  Link  Quote 
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