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  1. Hi everyone, I'm shooting a short soon and due to budget reasons have a selection of stocks that have to be used. I was wondering if anyone had experience of a pull process on 5203, 1 or 2 stops. We're going for a pastel, soft contrast look which i've seen great examples of on Kodaks' faster stocks but was wondering how it might come out on 5203 as it seems naturally more vivid and contrasty. The kind of look is seen in the Gordon Parks image below (something comparable in an exterior). cheers!
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