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Serious-grayscale

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Serious-grayscale
This was shot on Fuji Astia color slide film and then cross processed. It came back green! So after scanning I converted it to greyscale and liked it much better. Canon EOS 1v, 28-80 mm lens
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Carolyn  M. Fletcher
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    Congrats, Steph!!!!!


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4/13/2003 6:02:51 PM

 
Stephanie Adams
BetterPhoto Member Since: 10/17/2001
 

Wow,thanks Carolyn!! :O)


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Connie L. Carpenter
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Sorry I missed this when it was posted. What a great image. Congratulations.


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Stephanie Adams
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Aaawww,thank you Connie :O) I truly apprciate your comments.


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Ellen Peach
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He's a cutie...congrats and good luck!


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Stephanie Adams
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Thanks so much, Ellen :O) He looks like his daddy.


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Damian P. Gadal
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Wonderful - Congrats! Kinda reminds me of the little rascals....


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Stephanie Adams
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LOL, thanks Damian :O)


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Piper Lehman
BetterPhoto Member Since: 7/20/2001
 

Hey Steph. Congrats on all your wonderful shots this month. I think I agree with you here - this is much better without the "green sheen"- (remember, you showed me the green version).

I do like the effect you got with that film and cross proc. though. Maybe with a dark, moody image it would look cooler.

Congrats on these (and also on the you-know-what!) hee hee


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Stephanie Adams
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LOL Thanks, Piper. I am going to try cross proc. again sometime again. I liked it, but now have a better idea of what I am going to get :O)

I will have to send this one in I think :O)


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Dolores Neilson
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I have no idea what cross processing is!! but I like this finalist shot! Congrats STephanie! Well deserved! And good luck!!


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Stephanie Adams
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Thanks Dolores :O) Cross processing is when you develop slide film (E-6) in regular negative film developing. I didn't like this serious pose in the wild cross processing look, so I turned it to grayscale. Hope that made sense Dolores :O)


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Monika Sapek
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Congratulations, Stephanie!
Monika


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Stephanie Adams
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:O) Thanks Monika!


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