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Behind Lens - Choosing black and white

A few area photographers exhibit some of their favorite black-and-white images.

This black-and-white film shot from 1985 was shot on a Nikon FM camera with a 180mm lens. To photograph inside Allen Fieldhouse required a fast film - Kodak's 3200 ASA, which was then processed in the JW darkrooms. The newspapers production manager would complain about the large amount of grain in the image, but it was about all we could do to get an image.

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