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Great Darren 2004-02-05 6:39

I really like this a lot Josh. It just seems as though you are giving us a brief glimpse into the life of an everyday Chinese family. The Ilford has given you a very nice tone and your framing of the shot is quite effective as well.

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Old 02-05-2004, 02:20 PM
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The Ilford XP2 (normal C-41 colour processing) really is an amazing film. It's rated at 400ASA, but I've exposed it at anything between 200 and 1600ASA, in the same roll with the same processing, and the results are always brilliant! I think it is the closest thing you can get in the film world to the digital picture-by-picture changes of ISO rating.
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Old 02-05-2004, 03:06 PM
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Thanks Josh. Very cool, I will have to check it out. Sounds incredibly forgiving and worth shooting a few rolls. Thanks again.
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