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Quendil


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Registered: March 2018
Location: Cornwall
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Picture of boats taken at Mevagissey harbour last year. The photo was taken on my Bronica ETRS using a 75mm lens on Kodak Verichrome Pan which expired in 2001 but has been cold stored.


The photos are printed on old Fotospeed Pro Art paper and one is sepia toned using a kit from Foma.
Date: Mon, 3, February, 2020 Views: 152
Filesize: 74.9kb, 307.5kb Dimensions: 1400 x 1045
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Keywords: MevagisseyBoatsP3Jan20
Film make, size & rating:: Kodak Verichrome Pan
Film developer & temp:: ID11
Lens Focal Length, aperture: 75mm
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper:: Fotospeed Pro Art
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford Multigrade

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Terry S
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Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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Tue, 4, February, 2020 1:53pm

I stayed in Mevagissey just around the corner from where this picture was taken, with my family a few years back now, so the view brings back memories. Smile


It still looks very familiar, but I remember whilst there that there were only a couple of boats tied up back then. Things have obviously changed a little.


Well done on capturing it all on quite an old film. Smile


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alexmuir
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Location: Glasgow, Scotland.
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Fri, 21, February, 2020 4:01pm

I received this, and the accompanying two prints from David. The three of them are printed in different ways. They are all good, but I prefer the darker, untoned version. I like all the detail in this busy scene. The prints themselves are better than the screen images.
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