For at least the next week, these posts will be from a roll of Kodak 400TX Tri-X black and white that I took with a Minolta SRT 201 with a 135mm lens. The camera and lens were a recent gift, and had been in storage for almost 20 years. I had the film processed, and scanned the negatives myself on my Epson 4490 Photo scanner. It was a very bright day, so the 400 ASA film would not have been my first choice, but it was handy, and I love the results. I scanned the negatives at 4800 dpi, and have resized to 180 dpi to post here, but otherwise made no other edits.
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Hi, David, an iconic camera, and Epson scanners are equally excellent. I love the strong light/shadow intensity in your picture, it fits the throwback feel. Just for the fun of it, I would love to play a little with the depth, possibly lighting the background layer a tiny bit. But that might make it too blend … Great work!
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