Combo #501 (Nadja Franz)
"As a black and white photographer, I love contrast. The combination of the Johannes lens and the Manneken film is able to focus on selected, but intense, color regions and push the lighter areas towards white. This way, a color picture can be muted (low detail) but loud (intense chroma in mid-tones) at the same time."
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