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Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow.
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alexmuir


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Registered: January 2010
Location: Glasgow, Scotland.
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A view of Glasgow taken on a January evening.
Date: Wed, 23, October, 2013 Views: 2109
Filesize: 47.8kb, 116.1kb Dimensions: 904 x 608
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Keywords: Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow.
Film make, size & rating:: Kodak Tri-X 35mm at 250 ASA
Film developer & temp:: Ilfosol 3 at 20c
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: 28-105
Tripod used Y or N:: Not recorded
Paper:: Multigrade IV RC gloss
Paper developer & temp:: PQ Universal 1+14 at 20c

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Terry S
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Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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Thu, 24, October, 2013 12:48pm

To be honest Alex, this is not the type of picture that I would stop to look at for too long, but when enlarged on screen, it seems to have a range of shimmering silvery tones and good deep blacks in the railings, that look good to the eye and which I like very much.


I put this mostly down to the lighting but maybe also the film Tri-X which I know about but have never tried. Maybe I should.


So well done on getting me to stop and look.


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skellum

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Thu, 24, October, 2013 7:20pm

Great stuff. Wet, winter Glasgow streets. This is very nostalgic. Through the archway and to the right used to be Borders book shop- best selection of photo books in town. To the left, down to St Enoch's Square. At Christmas the Salvation Army used to play there every year.
I love the mood. Alex- this was a slow(ish) zoom lens at ISO 250. Guessing down about 1/4 second? Did you find something to rest on, or Zen Master of Camera Steadiness??
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alexmuir
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Fri, 25, October, 2013 11:22pm

Thanks, Terry and Skellum. Camera was a Nikon F80 with Sigma 28-105 F 2.8-4 lens. It was mounted on a tripod. I cannot recall the exposure details, but 1/4 second would be about right as the area is quite light. I am hoping to get out and about to do some more night stuff over the winter. The city centre has plenty of potential. Alex.
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Derek Lincoln

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Sat, 26, October, 2013 10:51am

Great night-shot Alex something I do not do but mean to try. I do like the wet streets - just the subject for Tri X.


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