quote:The film is called Kodak Professional BW400CN. Its a 400 ISO negetive film. Its a kind of film that can be processed with Color paper. C-41 type of processing. Tell you the truth, i'm a NOvice photographer. I'm still learning. I putting my fully automatic Digital Camera aside and practicing using my Samsung SLR
Did you shoot conventional B&W film (Tri-X, Delta etc), or did you use a chromogenic B&W film (TCN)? The latter may be more suitable for printing in 1-hour labs. To get the best out of conventional B&W film you really need a pro lab.
quote:I also have a 1983 Canon AE-1 Program with alot of Lenses. Older Cameras are still good. My friend who is a Navy Photographer, bought a old Mamiya Medium Format Camera. takes nice professional shots!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cool! Nice Dorg. I just can't do the same with a digi and "gray tones"..... I have a 1975 vintage Mamiya. Hope it still works.