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Terry S


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Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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This picture was taken on the way back to my car, after taking the picture in the previous print exchange round, of the Canary Wharf buildings.


Like previously, it was the end of a days light that caught my eye and the way the it transformed the street scene.


It was taken on the same film as the above, 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.


It is a full frame print from a bracketed set of exposures, to ensure I got the right one. In the printing stage, I actually used the negative that got exposed at ISO 1600 ie one f-stop over exposed, as it gave me detail in the tree on the left, which wasn't in the 'correctly exposed' negative.


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: 1031
Filesize: 48.0kb Dimensions: 576 x 475
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Keywords: Isle of dogs, East London, Bronica SQB, red filter, Ilford, ISO 3200, Ilfosol S
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford ISO 3200 at box speed
Film developer & temp:: Ilford Ilfosol S at 20C
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: Bronica SQB with80mm lens with red filter
Tripod used Y or N:: Yes!
Paper:: RC Kentmere Fine Lustre
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford multigrade

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Derek Lincoln

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Registered: September 2008
Location: Market Drayton, Shropshire
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Fri, 29, September, 2017 9:10pm

The lighting is interesting Terry. The slight IR effect is definitely there. The red filter has certainly had an effect.


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Location: Glasgow, Scotland.
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Sat, 30, September, 2017 2:26pm

I like the patterns of light and shade, and the darkened sky. I used some D3200 recently, and also found that rating it at 1600 gave better negatives. I was using Microphen stock for the standard time.
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