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EdmundH


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Wooden sculpture, Sandringham Park, Norfolk.
Date: Mon, 8, January, 2018 Views: 1661
Filesize: 73.5kb, 184.8kb Dimensions: 638 x 877
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EdmundH
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Location: North Norfolk
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Mon, 8, January, 2018 7:58pm

Somehow I missed the upload page where you give details of the image (?) It was taken on Fomapan 200 film with a Rolleicord Va camera (75mm lens @ F/3.5). The print was made on Kodak Endura Supra colour paper processed in RA-4 developer. The enlarger filtration was adjusted to give the print an indigo-blue tint.
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MartyNL

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Tue, 9, January, 2018 7:57am

I think the cold tone look works well with this print Edmund.

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alexmuir
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Registered: January 2010
Location: Glasgow, Scotland.
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Wed, 10, January, 2018 11:00am

This is a well composed image of an interesting subject. There is some nice light on the face of the sculpture. I like the way the print is finished, with the title written in the margin.
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PanFrank

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Registered: July 2017
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Wed, 10, January, 2018 6:56pm

Indeed, something strange such a scultpure in the woods. I agree, the indigo tint suits the image very well. Frank
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MikeHeller
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Registered: October 2010
Location: North Wales
Posts: 881
Thu, 11, January, 2018 4:09pm

An alternative take on toning prints - B&W negative printed on colour paper. It wouldn't occurred to me as a method. It has worked very well.
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Rob Archer

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Registered: September 2008
Location: Kings Lynn, Norfolk - flatlands and big skies.
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Sun, 21, January, 2018 8:46pm

Excellent and different! I thought I recognised it - it's just down the road to me. I think I need to revisit those sculptures with a camera.
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AnDaddy

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Registered: January 2018
Fri, 26, January, 2018 7:52am

Would love to see the sculpture in more detail if possible. Very creepy but also has something which draws you to it...
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photomi7ch

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Sat, 27, January, 2018 11:29am

A wonderful sculpture with an equally well made photo

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BobDungan
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Registered: August 2017
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Tue, 30, January, 2018 7:40pm

I like the cool tone and having the subject darker. Lends an air of mystery to the prints.
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Richard Gould
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Wed, 31, January, 2018 1:56pm

Makes me feel cold just looking at this print, lovely feeling of mystery, the dark tone adds a nice feeling, well done
Richard

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