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    1. Rachael Ashe 107 months ago | reply

      I really like this shot - the irregular play of dark and light. Glad you pulled it back out of the pile.

    2. jj look 107 months ago | reply

      well done...what film did you settle on?

    3. Kris Krug 107 months ago | reply

      hey jj.. i haven't settled yet. still raiding the '25% off' and '50% off' expired films bins and testing lots of different things. i'm due to shoot some black and white here soon as i have a bunch of it accumulating in my bag, but i tend to enjoy it less. :P

      i don't remember what film this particular shot is. i think it's kodak ev100 slide film (or something like that). i look it up later and let you know.

      thx for your comments guys. :)

    4. jj look 107 months ago | reply

      I do the same...well that and the internet....but 75 cents at the drugstore can find you with old kodak here this week...
      anyhow when I get to Van you have to show me where you crossprocess

    5. rAndoM AliAs [deleted] 107 months ago | reply

      nice find.

    6. gi varga. 107 months ago | reply

      wow! nice shot.. cool!

    7. G*Squared_LA 107 months ago | reply

      Man, the texture and the light and the colors are just fantastic in this. Plus the title works so well...

    8. klz 106 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous.

    9. James Cridland 74 months ago | reply

      Thanks for posting this creative commons. Thought you'd like to know that it's being used here: james.cridland.net/blog/2008/03/24/more-secure-google-app...

    10. Kris Krug 74 months ago | reply

      awesome james. thank you! :)
      great article too....

    11. ndrgrnd-old account#2 72 months ago | reply

      beautiful, contrast's so cool!

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