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Gorey Castle Medieval minstrals
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Richard Gould


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Registered: December 2008
Location: Jersey Channel Islands
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This was taken on my pre war Ensign Autorange 220, set for 645, on an Ensar uncoated lens, and was taken at a recent Medieval weekend at Mont Orgueil Castle, where a group of re-enactors from France combined with our local living history group, the companie of the Dukes Leaopards, gave a look at what life was like for both nobles and peasants, and I was photographing it for the two groups, in Black and White.
Date: Sun, 26, October, 2014 Views: 4382
Filesize: 55.6kb, 69.1kb Dimensions: 637 x 876
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Keywords: Minstrals
Film make, size & rating:: Fomapan 200 120 @200
Film developer & temp:: rodinal 1/50 @20
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: Ensar 75mm
Tripod used Y or N:: n
Paper:: kentmere vc select lustre
Paper developer & temp:: MG 1/14 @20

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Mike O'Pray
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Registered: October 2008
Location: Daventry, Northants
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Mon, 27, October, 2014 7:26pm

My screen has a hint of lith and sepia and it looks very good, Richard. Is this just my screen or is this lith and sepia?


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Derek Lincoln

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Registered: September 2008
Location: Market Drayton, Shropshire
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Tue, 28, October, 2014 8:50am

I have it in sepia and lith as well Richard. I do like pictures taken with old cameras.



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Richard Gould
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Tue, 28, October, 2014 8:55am

No lith but both of my prints this month were sepia toned, usig the Foma sepia toner at double the suggested dilution for both bleach ad toner, which I feel works well, Glad you like the print, and I never use anythign but older cameras, everything from a baby bessa from 1938 though to a Rolleicord from 1961.
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