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Sydelle Willow Smith

Last Sunday

17.07.2011

Last Sunday, Sunrise Beach 11h13am.

Sydelle Willow Smith

Sydelle Willow Smith

Sydelle Willow Smith

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  1. Lizzy says:

    only 4 pictures? 🙁

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  2. syd willow says:

    120mm film = expensivo.

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  3. jackson says:

    Shooting 120mm black and white film for digital use is pointless and therefore an entire waste of money. Black and White Film is made for silver printing.

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  4. syd willow says:

    mr jackson i do profusely disagree.
    i shoot 120mm film because of the quality, the texture, the feel of actually pushing the button – this version is digitized due to the lack of funds for silver printing…. at least I can share it this way. your puritan approach is a bit illogical,no?

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  5. jackson says:

    @syd, if your intention is to one day print these negs then I retract my statement and apologise. I understand your search for quality and texture but unfortunately none of these things will be found when digitising your negs. Therefore if you are shooting these roles purely for Mahala I would advise your to go back to digital thus saving money so that one day you can silver print. aweh

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  6. Syd willow says:

    I never shoot on film for any one else but myself

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  7. Anonymous says:

    @Jackson I’m a tad late on this one but I definitely needed to take a moment to tell you that your argument is well noted, but silver printing is by no means the only way one can truly enjoy black and white photography. That’s narrow mindedness creeping it’s weary head in to this conversation. @Syd It would have been appropriate to call his approach that of a purist not a puritan. Common mistake, the latter is used in a religious context.

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