Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2005/05/12

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Subject: [Leica] Further adventures of a lens abuser
From: kennybod at (Kenneth Frazier)
Date: Thu May 12 07:08:31 2005 (Scott McLoughlin) wrote:

>Nice pics and great scans. How do you get such good contrast control
>on (1) such a slow film and (2) a scanner to boot ?

As far as contrast, I think it's in part the lens.  I have no idea what
I used for developing the film....memory fades after 30+ years!  And,
I've had really good luck with the 4180, on all the film I've scanned
with it.

I still have some of my silver prints from that time....found them
recently....and they are, to my eye, very good, great contrast with lots
of detail.

Thanks for looking...

The Rev. Kenneth Frazier
Norfield Congregational Church
CT Conference, United Church of Christ
Weston, CT  USA
Leica photos at:

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