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B&W Neil



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Another image from the recent Lake District get together.
Date: Thu, 2, July, 2009 Views: 3229
Filesize: 36.3kb Dimensions: 170 x 386
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Keywords: Slate Steps
Film make, size & rating:: Delta 400 - XPAN
Film developer & temp:: Prescysol
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 45 mm
Tripod used Y/N:: yes
Paper:: Forte
Paper developer & temp:: Neutol

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vincent

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Thu, 2, July, 2009 8:31pm

Two nice Xpan shots Neil. This would be my favourite one, I think the steps are great, carrying the eye up into the picture. I'm sure that you agree it is hard to take good vertical shots with the xpan. It's a real challenge to your compositional abilities, so that when it works so much more is your satisfaction.


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B&W Neil

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Thu, 2, July, 2009 11:12pm

Agreed 100% Vincent. Trees are a good bet for verticals as are some waterfalls. You do some very good verticals yourself :-)


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