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This was taken in Cleeve Abbey in Somerset. An English Heritage site, so it's tripod friendly.
Date: Thu, 17, September, 2009 Views: 3001
Filesize: 32.2kb, 195.0kb Dimensions: 800 x 575
Additional Info
Keywords: Cleeve Abbey
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford Delta 400 120 @ 400
Film developer & temp:: Prescysol 10.5 min @ 24c semi-stand
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 80mm f22 @ quite long
Tripod used Y/N:: Yes
Paper:: Ilford Warm Tone FB
Paper developer & temp:: Prescysin 3.5 min @ 20C

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j8kkb
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Registered: January 2009
Location: Essex.... Maldon on the mud
Posts: 17
Thu, 17, September, 2009 2:53pm

Thats a lovely print, nice tones and a sheen to it

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don't put that light on:slap:
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StanW

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Registered: June 2009
Location: Invercargill, New Zealand
Posts: 581
Thu, 17, September, 2009 10:07pm

The shape and texture are beautifully rendered.

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Andrew Bartram

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Registered: November 2008
Location: Warboys, on the edge of the Cambrideshire Fens
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Tue, 22, September, 2009 8:10am

Dave


It looks just as good as it did hanging on the drying line, classic gentle study.
Well done

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RH Designs

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Registered: September 2008
Location: Yorkshire Dales
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Tue, 22, September, 2009 9:11pm

The soft light perfectly models the shapes of the jars, and English Heritage have done a good job on the aesthetics of the arrangement (you didn't move them did you Dave? Smile). Looks like a lovely print - but had you considered burning in the top rh corner a bit?

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