Screw The Moon, It's The End of The Roll That Counts.

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    Zeiss Ikon Ikonta B 521/16 (Tessar 75mm 1:3.5)
    Fomapan 400 @ ISO 1600
    Minolta Autometer IVF
    Self-developed with Kodak Hc-110 dil. B
    Epson 4490

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    'Dilutions spreadsheet' provided by Ralph Lundvall
    © 2016 Prezioso PH
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    1. Giuseppe G 5 months ago | reply

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    2. Tim L Lowe 5 months ago | reply

      Isn't it true that the last shot on the roll can be the most interesting? Mostly because you just don't care.

    3. rwl7532 5 months ago | reply

      Love the title. Constant overcast where I live. What moon?

    4. Dan Cordle 5 months ago | reply

      Love that last frame.

    5. Kees van Mansom 5 months ago | reply

      This demonstrates the power of the non-automatic fully manual approach to photography. Excellent photo Matteo!

    6. magioca65 5 months ago | reply

      Sei riuscito a rendere poetico un palazzo così ...!

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