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    Default Notebooks: teNeues vs Moleskine Paris

    As the pages of my original Moleskine Paris notebook were filling up, I bought a new one. The newer edition has more blank pages, but the paper still bleeds. So the only reason I carry it is for the maps.

    Several years ago I bought several teNeues notebooks at Melodies Graphiques on the Rue du Pont Louis-Phillipe, and the paper is fountain pen friendly.

    The Panama hat, which I bought at the Merche Maubert (former's market at Maubert-Mutualité, is made of paper.


    hat NB la sarrasine.JPG


    Tri-X film, developed and scanned by l'atelier Publimod, Paris.
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    Default Re: teNues NB vs Moleskine Paris

    The mere mention of Tri-X film brings back fond memories...

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    Default Re: teNues NB vs Moleskine Paris

    Nice composition, Bob. Ahh yes, Tri-X, pushed two or three times in low light situations before the days of digital and Lightroom. Nowadays I prefer HP5 Plus in my M3.

    All the Best.
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    Default Re: teNues NB vs Moleskine Paris

    I always preferred Tri-X, usually developed in HC-110, Dil B @ 20 degrees. How times have changed!
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    Default Re: teNues NB vs Moleskine Paris

    l'atelier Publimod's negative scanner does a nicer job than I do scanning a print on my nine-year-old Epson printer / scanner.

    Of course, I regularly make traditional silver prints of my film images.
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    Thank you, Jim.

    Now there's Ilford Delta 3200, and Kodak has reintroduced P3200 TMAX.

    I bought a couple rolls of TMAX P3200, but have yet to use it due to long hours of daylight. Like an unnamed photographer in ShutterBabe, I retire early
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