Thanks for that Dirk...beautiful tonality and grain to it....very very interesting stock....would you share your thoughts and how you metered for it plus any tips....I keep hearing its holds up to 1.5 stops either way whilst others love how the highlights go off....Im going to shoot a test on my Leica R6.2 with 35mm version and develop in D-96 to see what I think too
Stephen PereraMember Since 26 Apr 2017
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I graduated in 1988 with a degree in Graphic Design from Harrow School of Art in London, England (now Westminster University). As part of the course I specialised in photography with a lot of time spent in the darkroom! My end of degree dissertation (thesis) was entitled 'Photojournalism during the Vietnam War'.
Worked in London design agencies before returning to the homeland. Working as a freelance graphic designer and photographer since 1994. Operated my privately owned Scanmate drum scanner (5000dpi) - best scanning film proved to be Fuji Provia II - back when we had the analogue/digital workflow in design. Recently moved into producing moving images for clients and personal projects.
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