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    Default Re: Re: Re: Re: several questions again

    Originally posted by ckiang


    Not true, film like Superia XTRA 400 gives rather saturated colours. Anyway, for street, it's preferable not to have too many colours that detract from your subject. You want to concentrate on emotion, the moment, the story, etc. Hence my recommendation of the T400CN B&W film. Give it a try, no special processing required. You process them at a normal lab that does your regular film.

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    CK
    Sorry but to push or not to put? :P

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: questions on slides

    Originally posted by Edmund
    Talking about ancient... I remember the Olympus XA (and the less ancient XA 4 macro) P&S cams also allow for manual ISO setting. Wonder if these can still be found...

    PS: isomers007, sorry for hijacking your thread.. ok , i'll stop now..
    no prob.... will try de T400CN B&W film.

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Re: several questions again

    Originally posted by ckiang

    Not true, film like Superia XTRA 400 gives rather saturated colours. Anyway, for street, it's preferable not to have too many colours that detract from your subject. You want to concentrate on emotion, the moment, the story, etc. Hence my recommendation of the T400CN B&W film. Give it a try, no special processing required. You process them at a normal lab that does your regular film.

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    Good recommendation, I second yours.
    Some of today's negative films are well saturated (e.g: Fuji Reala)
    However, many impressive street photographs are B&W instead of color.

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: several questions again

    Originally posted by nEkOgOtCh


    Sorry but to push or not to put? :P
    ... that's the question. Depends on whether you need the extra sensitivity of ISO 800 - like shooting in not-so-bright places.

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    CK

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