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alexmuir


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A view of the Old Bridge, Stirling, Scotland on Rollei IR400
Date: Wed, 4, December, 2019 ∑ Views: 584
Filesize: 80.0kb, 234.5kbDimensions: 1396 x 1012 ∑
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Keywords: Print Exchange 116
Film make, size & rating:: Rollei IR400 135 @ 6asa
Film developer & temp:: ID11 1+1 @ 20c
Lens Focal Length, aperture: 24mm f2.8
Tripod used Y or N:: Yes
Paper:: Fomatone Chamois
Paper developer & temp:: MG @ 20c

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Terry S
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Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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Wed, 4, December, 2019 1:02pm

I like this print of yours a lot Alex. Smile


And for once, I think that the scan does the print justice, so I can only imagine that the print is even better!? There is tone right throughout the scene, apart from in the darkest shadows under the bridge, but I don't mind that at all.


I too like using IR film occasionally and the use of this coloured paper really works for this print. And as it happens, I think that I have a number of sheets of this paper still to be used. The papers colour definitely makes it only suitable for just the right print, and as said, your print suits it well.


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Richard Gould
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Wed, 4, December, 2019 2:53pm

I realy like this print a lot, the IR film seems to give the whoe print a glaow
Richard

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alexmuir
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Wed, 4, December, 2019 6:33pm

Thank you, Terry and Richard. The sun was very strong on this day, which helps the IR effect. There was a man and his dog, just out of scene, making sausages on a tinfoil barbecue. I deliberately left them out!
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PanFrank

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Sat, 7, December, 2019 9:09pm

Very strong, Alex, great. Reminds me also a bit of pictorialism.
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alexmuir
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Sun, 8, December, 2019 1:11pm

Thanks, Frank. Iíd been in Stirling many times, but had never noticed this bridge. Apparently, it has great historical significance. The castle, which is superb, is visible in the far distance on the left horizon. Itís well worth a visit if youíre ever in the area.
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MartyNL

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Mon, 9, December, 2019 5:20pm

Very nice Alex. And if I remember correctly I've stayed in that castle many moons ago. It used to be the SYHA in Sterling.

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Michael
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Tue, 17, December, 2019 10:30pm

I particularly like the way that the sky radiates out from behind the bridge; and also the darkness of the river, which is wonderful.
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Thu, 19, December, 2019 8:42am

Thank you both, Martin and Michael. Your comments are much appreciated.
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