For the love of Film


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kelccm

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I presume that negative = prints and positive = slides.

If it is, then I will mainly shoot slides, since I have a dslr for my photography. I shoot slides when I want to have a full frame wide angle view.
 

student

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I shoot black & white slides..... Sometimes
 

giddygoat

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negatives - only for b&w and the occassional colour film for my mju2
otherwise it's slides all the way...
 

The_Cheat

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Black and white negatives for me. :D

No digital SLR as well. Just an Oly AZ1.
 

jsbn

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Positive films...

I'd seen them but had never used it before since I don't have one of those slide projectors.

How does it compare to negatives? And most importantly... Does it work on normal 35mm SLR/Rangefinder cameras?
 

West_ray

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jsbn said:
Positive films...

I'd seen them but had never used it before since I don't have one of those slide projectors.

How does it compare to negatives? And most importantly... Does it work on normal 35mm SLR/Rangefinder cameras?
yah it works on basic 35mm slr
 

patch17

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i just love it when i flick the film advance lever for the next frame. or hear the whir of the motors moving the plastic at 3 fps.
 

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-ves - Black & White, Tri-X, TMax

+ves - Astia 100, Velvia 50F, 100VS, Sensia 100

:D
 

sabahan

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B & W T-max 100,Kodak HIE
Slides Fuji Provia 100F,Velvia 100F,Kodak 100 VS
 

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