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Bill



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Taken near the road between Beddgelert and Llanberis Wales.
Date: Thu, 6, December, 2012 Views: 1787
Filesize: 51.2kb, 145.1kb Dimensions: 754 x 600
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Keywords: Afon Glaslyn
Film make, size & rating:: Rollei Retro 100, 35mm, 200 ISO
Film developer & temp:: Ilfotec HC, 20 degrees C
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: 35 mm, f5.6, 1/60
Tripod used Y or N:: No
Paper:: Ilford MG IV RC Gloss
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford MG, 22 degrees C

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peterlg
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Thu, 6, December, 2012 10:25pm

here is a fine photo of this beautiful landscape, I like it very much. The format is good as well and I wondered what you cut out at either end. It's originally a 3:2 format so there must have been something you din't like right or left. I ask because myself mainly a 35mm shooter am often unhappy with the longish format and feel obliged to cut to get a 3:4 or a 4:5 or even 6:7 ( as with the Mamiya).
Thanks for showing us
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Mike O'Pray
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Fri, 7, December, 2012 9:18pm

Great shot and print. It ticks all the right boxes for me


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Bill

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Sat, 8, December, 2012 6:59pm

Peter - Because of the location I was crouched between 2 bushes. I cropped out the RH one when framing but couldn't also crop out the LH one. I could not move further forward without getting wet! I decided to leave part of the bush as a stopper at the printing stage. It also saved having an empty top LH corner. I agree it is always difficult with 35 mm at a ratio of 3:2 to fit onto 8 x 10 without some cropping.


Mike - Thanks for the comment.


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Mike O'Pray
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Sun, 9, December, 2012 12:34am

A good photographer just steps into the water for the right composition. Mind you with this kind of current you might have ended up in the Irish Sea and eventually Douglas IoM. Still its a scenic island once you had thawed out.


Time we had the range of smilies available to us in the comments section otherwise someone might think I am serious about the cheap trip to the IoM via the Afon Glaslyn.


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