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Re: Eclair Cameras: T-max versus 7245
Issues of grain aside ... I believe that real B&W film, photographed and lit
correctly for B&W contrast, has a unique look when projected that can't be
duplicated when color neg is printed in B&W. Perhaps I'm being too Artsy here.
All I know is that when I see an original 35mm print of Citizen Kane, or the B&W
Nykvist/Bergman films of the 50s, there has been nothing like that look to
come out on the silver screen since the demise of real B&W, (except perhaps
SHINDLER'S LIST and some of WOODY ALLEN'S MOVIES).
And B&W negative is archival .... color neg is not. Just food for thought.
I'll bet that a T-Max print projected in a theater at the proper color temp for
B&W would look stunning. Mark.
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