Silver Efex Pro 2 and the GF1

Discussion in 'Panasonic Cameras' started by Chuck Pike, May 13, 2012.

  1. Chuck Pike

    Chuck Pike Mu-43 Veteran

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    Apr 3, 2010
    Charlotte, NC.
    Some of us never shot color when we shot with film. It cost to much. I used to buy film in a 50 roll box, or rolled my own film. So it was a real treat when I found that some of my favorite film types were available using Silver Efex Pro 2. I think it is a big plus having shot with real film, so you have a good idea of what a real b&w shot should look like. And it has been fun using film types that I didn’t play around with when I shot film. You used one film type, like Tri-X, and found everything you could about how it would act under different lighting. I could spend several hours in my old darkroom and only turn out a few photos at a time. This is when you realize how much better digital is than film.

    Ft. Dodge, Iowa.

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    Ft. Dodge, Iowa, old Plains Church.

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    Inside the home next to the church.

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    Set up for playing checkers inside the General Store.

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    The outside of the General Store.

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    I thought I had posted this a little while ago, but when I returned, it was showing. If this is a double post please forgive me.

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