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Who says you can't use 400 film to capture whatever light there may be in a dark room? M3 TriX 400  (not pushed)

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Yes...the tint was evident. It seems when I take my film negatives and scan to digitize them so I can work in my software Pixelmator (for a MAC), a tint or tinge appears. I have to make sure that I turn to pure Black and White in the software or else that occurs every time. Isn't a big issue, but a 'step' I need to do and sometimes I forget. Thanks for pointing this out. Here is the same image, 'tint less'... 

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