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F100 B&W Films

Chuckv

Lafayette, US
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Chuckv Gold Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 13th Mar 2009
Wed 06-Feb-13 01:49 AM

We all have our favorites when it comes to anything, and so I am sure it will be the same with shooting B&W 35mm film?

Years ago I use to shoot and process all my own film, and I just might get into it again.... well maybe not the processing part!

Please give me your thoughts on your preferences and would you process again? If not on the processing part, would you take it to Walgreen's?


Chuck

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