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Natalie Porras

Profession: Student
Location: San Francisco,Ca , United States ( AAA )
Home base: San Francisco, CA
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Last login: about 8 years ago
Member since: 09 Mar 2007 08:03


I agree with film being the best for b&w. Even the printers that try to print any image of b&w are not even close to fiber paper. The best fiber paper is #2 and you really can’t find that much of that too. There is just something about working in the darkroom and being able to like want you work on and know that the paper will give you the image you want and there will be no computer prob.



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