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alexmuir


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Clyde Arc Bridge, Glasgow.
· Date: Tue, 25, October, 2016 · Views: 1804
· Filesize: 50.1kb, 47.4kb · Dimensions: 505 x 734 ·
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Keywords: Print Exchange 86
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford Delta 100 35mm at 80ASA
Film developer & temp:: HC110 B at 20c
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: 50mm f1.4 lens
Tripod used Y or N:: No
Peper:: Multigrade IV RC
Paper developer & temp:: Tetenal Eukobrom at 20C

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MartyNL

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Wed, 26, October, 2016 12:07am

Like it A REAL LOT, Alex.


A very "Brave new world" dystopia feeling to it.

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RichardWarom
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Wed, 26, October, 2016 5:49am

I think the composition of this shot is great Alex and the strong contrast makes it really work for me, (who did you bribe to stop the traffic) I'm with Marty in that I also like it a lot.
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PaulDiz

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Wed, 26, October, 2016 7:03am

A cracking shot Alex.
Cheers
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alexmuir
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Wed, 26, October, 2016 10:29am

Thank you, Marty, Richard and Paul. I took this shot when out for a walk on a Sunday. The place was very quiet which allowed me to get into a good position on the road. The layout of the road over this bridge is very complicated, with access restrictions and filter lanes to add to the chaos. It's best tackled on foot.
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chefsteve
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Sat, 29, October, 2016 2:42pm

Great shot Alex, and well printed.
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TonyMiller
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Sat, 29, October, 2016 9:00pm

Excellent shot and nicely printed.

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chisel
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Sat, 29, October, 2016 11:03pm

Yeah, and as usual its even nicer in real life. Lovely feel to it Alex.
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alexmuir
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Sun, 30, October, 2016 10:50pm

Thanks for the positive comments. I was pleased with this image, and also by the fact that it printed without requiring any dodging, burning etc.
Alex
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Derek Lincoln

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Tue, 1, November, 2016 1:57pm

I love the stark contrasts here and the symmetry of the buildings in the distance.
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photomi7ch

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Fri, 25, November, 2016 10:59am

excellent image like the composition

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