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Terry S


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Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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Taken recently on one of my p+s Konica Pop's, (great little cameras!) on 35mm HP5+, which was developed in ID11 1+1.


Close to full neg has been printed, although it maybe looks a slightly more darker on my screen than in my print.


It's very much a grabbed shot, taken as I was returning home along Southend seafront one morning. Seeing the unusual cloud formation, I quickly parked up and managed one shot before it all disappeared.


The print was made on Ilford RC Satin (a much underused paper IMO), which was developed in home-brewed D72 (similar to Kodak Dektol apparently) print developer at 1:2. This developer is new to me, but I like the look it gives and I might just start making it regularly instead of buying in print developer. Formulas are easy to find. Smile


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alexmuir
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Fri, 21, February, 2020 3:56pm

This is an interesting picture, Terry. all the elements have come together nicely. I bought my wife a red Konica Pop for her 21st Birthday.
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