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    my first roll of brownie velvia [ed. - it's actually provia] had wildly mixed results; oddly enough the indoor bulb shots gave me the best exposures. people sometimes assume my brownie shots are "treatments", when that foggy look is due to the moldy lens and not any digital smoke and mirrors. but this frame is so thin that anything I could get out of it really is thanks to photoshop.

    biegnij.lola, roamin, apricotX, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Photocapy 84 months ago | reply

      I like it very much

    2. Guac Air [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

      Featured today on Words.

    3. samuraiphotog 84 months ago | reply

      I haven't put anything through my Hawkeye yet, but what do you suspect caused the thinness with the film outside? 400 is usually pretty good for these types of cameras, I'm surprised.

    4. a nameless yeast 84 months ago | reply

      thanks all and thanks for the props Joe! Jodi, I use 400 print film in my Hawkeye all the time, but I guess slide film really is as unforgiving as they say.

    5. phoneyman [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

      That's funny because it ends up looking like a late 19th C pictorialist photograph.

      Pierre

    6. formica 83 months ago | reply

      fantastic. sometimes those frames you have to struggle to get anything out of are the best.

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    7. J Hutchins 83 months ago | reply

      Brownie velvia -- heh -- the concept itself is hillarious. The results, though, are strikingly nice.

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