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JakubV


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Registered: July 2018
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia
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Date: Tue, 14, January, 2020 Views: 326
Filesize: 49.5kb, 257.6kb Dimensions: 1400 x 1046
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Keywords: FADU 116
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford FP4 135
Film developer & temp:: D76d stock
Lens Focal Length, aperture: 58 mm + yellow filter
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper:: Fomabrom FB, grade 3, glossy
Paper developer & temp:: Fomatol LQN

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alexmuir
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Tue, 21, January, 2020 1:13pm

I like the way you have captured the last traces of light on the rails and train roofs. It is very effective.
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JakubV
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Tue, 21, January, 2020 8:44pm

Thanks for the comment Alex - actually, the sun wasn't that low as the print suggests (which I did not realise until now), I think it is behind the clouds in the top part of the print, a bit to the left (or maybe even higher outside of the frame, I took the photo few years ago Smile.
Originally I wanted to emphasize the reflections on the rails for the obvious 'depth' effect - negative itself has a lot of details in the dark parts but I deliberately printed those down so the reflections would stand out more.


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