Tipster of the Week: High Contrast - It's Cool!

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This week's tipster didn't tell you to hack your camera neither asked you to ruin your film because you really need none of that for this one.

With a very detailed explanation, now we know the secret on getting such deep blacks and radiant whites on our photos.The very brilliant altprocess was so generous on sharing this very helpful hint. So the next time when you’re out shooting, there’s a slim chance on having flat black and white prints because of this tip. Congratulations!

Tips of all kind is always a happiness, and why not share this analogue joy here and you might be a candidate for next week’s tipster! And if you like any of the tips here and got some gallery to prove it, let us know by uploading them now!

written by altprocess on 2009-03-15 in #gear #tipster #tipster #analogue #black-and-white #tipster-of-the-week

7 Comments

  1. kylethefrench
    kylethefrench ·

    hurray, altprocess rules!!!!! the chester forever

  2. larslau
    larslau ·

    Congrats! Well deserved!

  3. 7samurai
    7samurai ·

    so Cute

    ;)

  4. eyecon
    eyecon ·

    really great shot!

  5. scootiepye
    scootiepye ·

    love this shot :)

  6. altprocess
    altprocess ·

    Hey thanks everyone...this is my second year on LSI/beta and it's the first time I have been chosen for anything. Feels good.

  7. anarchy
    anarchy ·

    Congrats =) Great tipster!!

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