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Bronnie



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Registered: September 2009
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I am trying to build up a portfolio with the theme of 'Tomorrow's Yesterday" with contemporary buildings shot in a documentary style since they will be history one day.
This is the Guildhall at Stafford.
The reason for the 'fuzzy' look of the upper stories is that it's covered in netting to deter pigeons !
Date: Sat, 10, October, 2009 Views: 3871
Filesize: 31.9kb Dimensions: 500 x 502
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Keywords: Guildhall Stafford UK
Film make, size & rating:: FP4
Film developer & temp:: Neopress HC
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 80mm on Bronica SQB
Tripod used Y/N:: Yes
Paper:: Ilford Portfolio (think it's grade 2 - found in a papersafe off ebay !)
Paper developer & temp:: Documol @ 20 deg C

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vincent

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Registered: December 2008
Location: Co. Kildare Ireland
Posts: 863
Fri, 16, October, 2009 9:44pm

I would be inclined to crop off a portion of the bottom of the photo up as far as the near bollard. You could of course take the photo again except this time move in closer to the building, after all the building is your main subject and theme.

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Tony Marlow
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Registered: September 2008
Posts: 1,216
Sun, 25, October, 2009 5:03pm

I would agree with cutting out some of the foreground but if the purpose of the photo is for futre records I would consider it importent that you keep the two shops either side; it does help to put the main building in its setting.


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