ISO 800. PP: BW conversion, slight black point clipping, a fairly odd-shaped gradation curve for enhanced local contrast (partial solarization), grain added (image contained ugly digital noise), slightly cropped.
ISO 800. PP: Converted to BW, gradation curve for higher midtone contrast, perspective correction, slight crop, minor retouches.
ISO 1600. PP Pseudo HDR treatment using two different exposure levels based on one RAW base file and a layer mask. The raw file contains more DR than can be reproduced by any normal 8-bit JPG file - at least 2 EVs more. Other things to take care of in pp were simulations of a film's toe and shoulder (shadow and highlight compression with film, whereas digital files have a straight, linear transition to full black/noise threshold and full white/saturation).
FujiFilm X100, Fuji X-Pro 1, Konica Hexar RF, Hexanon & CV glass & Nikon Coolscan V ... plus a big, bad DSLR
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