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  1. irving

    just wondering, i’m new to film, i’ve seen asa 3200, should i be overly concerned about option here? or is this the risk of choice in the beginning

    28/06/2012 at 19:43

    • I guess it depends how you want the image to look and how much light you have. High ISO/ASA films like 1600 and 3200 have much less tonal range than lower speed films so you can loose detail in shadows and blow out highlights pretty quickly. They have big grain, which I like, especially when you print them. If you are shooting in dark situations and still want to have fast shutter speeds then these films are awesome. I took a heap at a Dresden Dolls concert at 3200 ISO/ASA and they looked pretty good. ( For most of my street stuff I use 400 ISO/ASA film because it gives really good tonal range. Experimentation is good though so you should try a roll some time 🙂

      28/06/2012 at 20:14

  2. irving

    please forgive my ignorance nice shot

    28/06/2012 at 19:44

    • Cheers 🙂 I have two small children and are totally used to questions 🙂 Let me know if you need to know anything 🙂

      28/06/2012 at 20:15

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