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B&W Neil



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One of a set I made at Kennall Vale a couple of weeks ago.
Date: Thu, 24, September, 2009 Views: 3086
Filesize: 74.0kb Dimensions: 500 x 343
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Keywords: Water Force
Film make, size & rating:: 6x7 120 Ilf Delta 400
Film developer & temp:: Prescysol
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 50mm f11
Tripod used Y/N:: yes
Paper:: Oriental FB
Paper developer & temp:: Neoutol NE 1+14

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Bill

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Registered: September 2008
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Wed, 30, September, 2009 1:42pm

geetoo has just sent this print for me to see. I will send it back to him (maybe).


It is a great print with full tones and textures. Great shot as well.


You seem to be getting on well with the Mamiya 7 Neil


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B&W Neil

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Wed, 30, September, 2009 2:00pm

Thanks, Bill.
When I do a larger version it will probably go on Ilford MG WT FB , in my normal dev, to warm it up a little. Love the Mamiya 7 - so easy to use in the landscape. Only drawback - no switchable backs.


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Mon, 19, October, 2009 3:30pm

This looks good in B&W, although I also think it would look superb in colour now that the Autumn is here.
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B&W Neil

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Mon, 19, October, 2009 5:12pm

Yep, it certainly would look good in colour and now is the time to visit :-)



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