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    Shot on Ilford HP5+ Black and White film. Scanned negatives converted with ColorPerfect, Silver FX Pro, Camera Raw filter.

    1. Fence and Daisies


    2. Bridge


    3. Autumn Leaves


    4. Man and Bike


    5. Playground
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    very nostalgic look to this set - I dig it and fun film play - brings back the memories.
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    Definitely has that vintage look to it. I like it.

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    Sorry I missed these. Very nice set. I dig the chaos in the fist shot.
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    Thanks. I had forgotten about these, and the weather is completely different now. Reminds me I still have a half roll of exposed shots in my camera and need to try to shoot the other half sometime to take it for processing.
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