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MikeHeller


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Registered: October 2010
Location: North Wales
Posts: 999
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Date: Fri, 25, March, 2016 Views: 1763
Filesize: 80.3kb, 169.8kb Dimensions: 487 x 700
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Keywords: Bracket Fungi
Film make, size & rating:: TMax400, 120
Film developer & temp:: Xtol 1+1 (9 Mins @ 20C))
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: Hasselblad 500CM, 80mm Lens
Tripod used Y or N:: Y
Paper:: Ilford Multigrade IV RC @ Gr3.0
Paper developer & temp:: Multigrade

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Richard Gould
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Registered: December 2008
Location: Jersey Channel Islands
Posts: 5,319
Fri, 25, March, 2016 6:38pm

well seen Mike, a lot of folk would pass this by, but fungi do make lovely photographs, and bracket fungi especialy, well taken and well printed
Richard

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Mike O'Pray
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Registered: October 2008
Location: Daventry, Northants
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Fri, 25, March, 2016 11:54pm

It almost looks like a series of steps. Well spotted. This print, I feel, is confirmation that 9.25 mins is right for TMax 400, 120. I have this time noted in my development book and use it but I used to wonder if shorter or longer times might be better but based on this print I'd feel confident that it is right.


Always nice to see others' results at 9.25 mins. Thanks


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chefsteve
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Mon, 28, March, 2016 9:19am

nicely composed and printed.


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