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Decided to do a noir themed shoot with Melodie and I am damn near heartbroken. Apparently, loading film into the Great Wall PF-1 is a tricky matter because on three out of five rolls, including a roll of expensive Revolog film the film never advanced past the plane due to it snapping back after I thought it was loaded. It's enough to make a man commit ritual suicide, especially considering how hard Melodie and I worked on this shoot. Hope you like what did turn out. As an aside, the sepia tones of Kodak BW 400CN aren't good for true black and white photography but great for communicating a retro look. And Revolog 600nm is out of bounds son. Just out of bounds.

bcartwright This photo was shot on film. Taken by bcartwright with a Great Wall PF-1 loaded with Revolog 600nm film in Tempe, United States. These tags describe this photo: model, typewriter, bourbon, revolver, blonde, retro, writer's block, cn black and white, beauty, hat, noir, revolog, and pulp. Date: 2011-03-19. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album Noir Melodie.

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