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Baltimore
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Mamiya C330 S and Sekor 55mm f/4.5Fujicolor Pro 160 NS

Baltimore

Mamiya C330 S and Sekor 55mm f/4.5

Fujicolor Pro 160 NS

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Baltimore
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Mamiya C330 S and Sekor 55mm f/4.5Fujicolor Pro 160 NS

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Mamiya C330 S and Sekor 55mm f/4.5

Fujicolor Pro 160 NS

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Baltimore
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Mamiya C330 S and Sekor 55mm f/4.5Fujicolor Pro 160 NS

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Mamiya C330 S and Sekor 55mm f/4.5

Fujicolor Pro 160 NS

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Mamiya C330 S and Sekor 55mm f/4.5Kodak Ektachrome E100 VS

Lake Worth, FL

Mamiya C330 S and Sekor 55mm f/4.5

Kodak Ektachrome E100 VS

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Anonymous asked: For the film you develop yourself do you make your own prints, do you get them done somewhere else, or do you use a film scanner?

I’ve only made a few prints by hand unfortunately. I enjoyed the process, but it’s time consuming and I’d rather spend more of my time shooting. I had an enlarger, but I gave it to a friend because I never used it.

After developing the negatives I scan them and then have prints made from the digital files, which usually works pretty well for me.