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To Here Knows Where (Delta 100 / Busch D 4x5)

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Victor Krag


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Registered: October 2008
Location: Carmel, Monterey Peninsula, Ca
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Who's it going to be this time ?


Carmel Highlands, California.


Delta 100 / Busch D 4x5 - had since sold the Busch for a Tech IV


Oriental Fiber Selenium toned 8x10.


I was first photographing with the gate closed, then the owner came out the driveway (!). She was very nice and talkative and left the gate open for a better composition. She said Ansel Adams photographed it a few times as he lived right up the street. I later gave her an 11x14 version dry-press mounted / matted to 16x20 board. That driveway leads to a magnificent, somewhat Tudor-styled wood and stone mansion.
Date: Sun, 5, April, 2009 Views: 4187
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Keywords: To Here Knows Where (Delta 100 / Busch D 4x5)
Film make, size & rating:: Delta 100 / 4x5
Film developer & temp:: Ilfosol S 68 F
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 150mm Roden
Tripod used Y/N:: y
Paper:: Oriental FB Glossy
Paper developer & temp:: LPD I think, already sent off

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Mike O'Pray
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Registered: October 2008
Location: Daventry, Northants
Posts: 8,855
Sun, 3, May, 2009 6:48pm

Great depth here. It has a softer look than my prints. Seeing this I realise I must curb that tendency of mine to print too darkly and with too much contrast. The trees have almost got a silvery, enchanted look.


Very nice


Mike
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