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The Sheep Man
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SanMiguel


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Registered: June 2014
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One of our Club members also breeds sheep (Dorsets) and I've been documenting the work in and around his farm. This was taken in September shortly after lambing started. One ewe had three live lambs - one too many, so he supplemented the weakest one with a bottle every so often. You can just spot the mother and another lamb to the side.


Handheld on a Hasselblad 501 with a 50mm lens attached.
Date: Thu, 30, January, 2020 Views: 406
Filesize: 86.4kb, 883.7kb Dimensions: 1112 x 1184
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Keywords: The Sheep Man
Film make, size & rating:: 120 film, Ilford HP5+, 200iso
Film developer & temp:: ID-11 1+1, 13mins@20 degrees
Lens Focal Length, aperture: 50mm
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper:: Ilford Warmtone fibre matt
Paper developer & temp:: Fotospeed WT-10

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Terry S
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Fri, 31, January, 2020 1:13pm

A good scan indeed Micheal. Smile


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Bob

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Sat, 15, February, 2020 5:14pm

A nice environmental portrait indeed. It's these kinds of slices of real life that are being missed by many photographers (myself included) but provide such an important record for both the individuals involved and wider society as time goes by. Cracking stuff.
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Terry S
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Sun, 16, February, 2020 12:50pm

Looking at the screen picture again, it really does show the lovely tones, especially the blacks, really well. Smile


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Fri, 21, February, 2020 3:54pm

This is very nicely composed, Michael, and very natural looking.
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