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In article <FerMa.13100$fG.7214sccrnsc01>, "Greg Arendall" <garendallmchsi.com> wrote: > I'm planning my first "staged" session. I'm trying to create the feel of a > crime scene as it was portrayed in mags such as "True Crime" and "True > Detective". I'm seeking opinions on b/w film that would give me a rather > grainy finish and heavy shadows.Thanks in advance...... > > Fencepost > > Maybe Tri-X? -Ben Abzug...

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    In article <FerMa.13100$fG.7214sccrnsc01>,
    "Greg Arendall" <garendallmchsi.com> wrote:
    > I'm planning my first "staged" session. I'm trying to create the feel of a
    > crime scene as it was portrayed in mags such as "True Crime" and "True
    > Detective". I'm seeking opinions on b/w film that would give me a rather
    > grainy finish and heavy shadows.Thanks in advance......
    >
    > Fencepost
    >
    >
    Maybe Tri-X?

    -Ben Abzug
    Ben Abzug Guest

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    You could try Ilford Delta 3200, if that isnt grainy enough just push it to
    6400, or faster, doesnt get much grainier than that.

    Bri.......................



    "Greg Arendall" <garendallmchsi.com> wrote in message
    news:FerMa.13100$fG.7214sccrnsc01...
    > I'm planning my first "staged" session. I'm trying to create the feel of a
    > crime scene as it was portrayed in mags such as "True Crime" and "True
    > Detective". I'm seeking opinions on b/w film that would give me a rather
    > grainy finish and heavy shadows.Thanks in advance......
    >
    > Fencepost
    >
    >

    Brian Guest

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    "Greg Arendall" <garendallmchsi.com> wrote in
    news:FerMa.13100$fG.7214sccrnsc01:
    > I'm planning my first "staged" session. I'm trying to create the feel
    > of a crime scene as it was portrayed in mags such as "True Crime" and
    > "True Detective". I'm seeking opinions on b/w film that would give me
    > a rather grainy finish and heavy shadows.Thanks in advance......
    For grain, get high speed, enlarge a lot, or push your film.
    Jon Pike Guest

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    >On Wed, 02 Jul 2003 02:15:01 GMT, "Greg Arendall"
    ><garendallmchsi.com> wrote:
    >
    >>I'm planning my first "staged" session. I'm trying to create the feel of a
    >>crime scene as it was portrayed in mags such as "True Crime" and "True
    >>Detective". I'm seeking opinions on b/w film that would give me a rather
    >>grainy finish and heavy shadows.Thanks in advance......
    >>
    >>Fencepost
    >>
    >The best film (Kodak Recording film) for the effect you want is no
    >longer made but another way to get grain is to shoot Tri-X at 3200 or
    >6400.
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