Inside Woodstock First UMC

Stained glass
Nikon N90s, 50mm f/1.8 AF Nikkor
Arista Premium 400


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  1. Mike Avatar

    Very nice range of tones in that shot. I thought it looked a lot like tri-x and when I googled Arista there were a lot of comments on APUG that it was repackaged tri-x. I look at the tri-x group daily at Flickr; hard to top those results with any other b&w.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Thanks so much Mike. I’ve been playing around with this post-processing tool called LUCiD, which helped me enhance sharpness (or more precisely, acutance) in this shot without messing with the good tonality in the scan. It made the detail in the windows really stand out. I have not had as much luck balancing both with the tools in (or maybe my knowledge of) Photoshop.

      I take it as a given that the Arista Premium 400 is Tri-X. I wish the Arista hadn’t been discontinued, as it was less expensive than Tri-X.

  2. Carole Grey Avatar
    Carole Grey

    Nice B & W. Gothic art deco? Well, it’s a beautiful look.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Hm, interesting label for it. Good looking whatever it is.

  3. Sam Avatar

    Excellent results!!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Thanks Sam!

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