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I first learned 35mm film on an old Nikon N2000 I had found in my parent’s basement. The camera still takes beautiful exposures and is a staple in my equipment line-up. The first film I developed was Kodak T-Max 400. A versatile film that is forgiving to amateur developers and still is slow enough to not show too much grain @ http://ianiott.com/film/
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Vagter, Kodak VC 120mm, Copenhagen Denmark, June 2011 @ http://ianiott.com/film/

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Paadid, Kodak VC 120mm, Tallin Estonia, June 2011,#Photography by #Ian #Iott

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Ian Iott on Digital Vs Film......... http://www.ianiottblog.com/ian-iott-on-digital-vs-film/

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Chapel, Kodak VC 400 35mm, Helsinki Finland, June 2011

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Vagter, Kodak VC 120mm, Copenhagen Denmark, June 2011 http://www.ianiottblog.com/ian-iott-basic-photo-advice-part-1/

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Paadid, Kodak VC 120mm, Tallin Estonia, June 2011 @ http://ianiott.com/film/

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PHOTOGRAPHY IN FILM AND JOURNALISM... http://www.ianiottblog.com/ian-iott-photography-in-film-and-journalism/

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церковь, Kodak VC 120mm, St. Petersburg Russia, June 2011

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Bridge, 2007, Slide Film

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Headstock, 2007, Slide Film

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