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Canary Wharf buildings taken from Isle of Dogs, East London
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Terry S


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This picture was taken a few years ago, when I lived in East London, close to the Canary Wharf area.


It was taken on a tripod mounted Bronica SQB, with it's standard 80mm lens, a 6 x 4.5cm back and a red filter. I used Ilford ISO 3200 film and developed in Ilfosol S, which I used a lot at the time.


I caught the light just right, I think, at the end of the day as the sun was starting to dip in the sky.


It is a full frame print with a bit of burning it at the top and the bottom.


A few people have said it looks slightly IR, to which I agree, but it is not.


Terry S
Date: Fri, 29, September, 2017 Views: 1231
Filesize: 23.6kb, 18.4kb Dimensions: 648 x 481
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Keywords: Canary Wharf, Ilford, ISO 3200, Bronica, SQB, red filter, Ilfosol
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford ISO 3200 at box speed
Film developer & temp:: Ilford Ilfosol S at 20C
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: 80mm lens with red filter
Tripod used Y or N:: Yes!
Paper:: RC Kentmere Fine Lustre
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford multigrade

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alexmuir
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Sat, 30, September, 2017 2:29pm

Thanks for posting this, Terry. I like the abstract style, and the way that your subject appears illuminated by a narrow band of light.
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Sun, 1, October, 2017 10:09am

Great picture. Brave composition, no-compromise printing, plenty of metaphor in there if you want it.
Bare trees, the office blocks looking like tomb-stones, the felling of darkness closing in.
Well done Terry.
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Terry S
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Mon, 2, October, 2017 12:46pm

Thanks for the comments guys! Smile


I always find it interesting in the way that others interpret ones work.


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