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The B&W film photography.

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Well, I’m not a professional and love the old school B&W film photography. Recently got an old Canon EOS 10 on EBay for £8 and after removing the black goo on the shutter curtain it worked like a charm.Image_1_92.jpg

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Love this photo!! Please do share more of your snaps! B&W all the way if you ask me

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Great stuff. The top one though amply demonstrates the problems with film i.e. visible dust marks, scratches, contains a cat :smileywink: etc. Nothing that Photoshop can't fix, mind.

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That's why I prefer digital. But these pics do have a nostalgic feel to them.

Paul
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I want this picture to look like a friend or a sibling.

rubles04
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Very nice! Reminds me of my youth 🙂