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Terry S


Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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I have uploaded the two prints done by SteveSap and myself Terry S, which were both printed from Steve's
35mm negative.

It's from a series that he's been doing, on views into neighbours windows (please correct me if that's the wrong description Steve) after he went to an exhibition of work with a similar idea.

My print on the right, is almost full frame, with only one further set of empty window panes cropped out at the top. As you can see, Steve decided to crop in on the man and the dog, as the main subjects.

My print is slightly darker than Steve's, as I wanted the correct tone for the background. Steve on the other hand, having cropped the picture has printed the man and the dog slightly lighter.

Steve printed on Kentmere VC RC Fine Lustre at about grade 2 - 2 1/2, whilst I printed on Ilford RC Pearl at grade 3 1/2. Apart from cropping, neither of us did any burning in or dodging.
Date: Sun, 23, September, 2012 Views: 3239
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Keywords: Looking into neighbours window


Registered: September 2008
Location: Rochdale Lancashire U.K.
Posts: 357
Tue, 25, September, 2012 4:51pm

These images to me are very different in the intention they show to the viewer, the closer croped one I feel is more of the man looking out, whereas the other definatly
fits the intenion of the title.

Bob Robertson.
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