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Richard Gould


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This basket was on the sideboard in the main living room ofthe 17th centuary Hamptome main house
Date: Sat, 29, February, 2020 Views: 311
Filesize: 60.0kb, 78.3kb Dimensions: 637 x 876
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Keywords: basket
Film make, size & rating:: fomapan 120 @400
Film developer & temp:: Ro9/one shot @20
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Tessar 75mm
Tripod used Y or N:: n
Paper:: Art 300
Paper developer & temp:: Fotospeed WT10 1/19 @20

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PanFrank

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Registered: July 2017
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Sun, 1, March, 2020 6:28pm

Simple subject & simply greatly done.
Looking left now I see your owl watching me. Your excellence in printing with the Art 300, shown here again, persuaded me to try it as well on a series, which I am completing now on RC glossy. Thanks for the inspiration!
Frank
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Richard Gould
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Mon, 2, March, 2020 12:45pm

Your welcome Frank, For right subject it is a lovely paper, I print a great number of my Hamptome photos on it as It just suits these old world typeimages
Richard

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alexmuir
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Mon, 2, March, 2020 1:14pm

The toning again adds a lovely brightness to this image. The contrast between the basket and the different types of wood works very well.
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Richard Gould
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Mon, 2, March, 2020 2:29pm

Thanks Akex for the kind words,
Richard

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Mike O'Pray
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Mon, 2, March, 2020 8:07pm

Richard what is the toner here, Sepia? Whose and what dilution? This is an amazing brown in the sense of being just right for the picture


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Richard Gould
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Mon, 2, March, 2020 8:34pm

This is Fomatoner sepia toner, used at my usual dilution, that is 50ml bleach to 950 water, toner at same dilution, it is a 2 part toner, thiotea,
I find that using the bleach and toner at 1/2 of the normal strength gives me much more control over the finished print,
Richard

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Mike O'Pray
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Tue, 3, March, 2020 10:31pm

Thanks Richard. I had thought that it probably was Foma sepia
Is this the stuff that comes without an additive that normally is there to vary the colour? From what I think you have said in a thread the colour is varied by the time in the toner so can you still achieve the range of yellow brown to deep chocolate brown simply by varying time or does it have limitations in colour range compared to sepia using an additive?


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Richard Gould
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Wed, 4, March, 2020 9:32am

Yes it is the simple toner no additive, as for varying the tone I can't help you, I tend to stick to this sepia, I have never tried varting the tone, other than sometimes I reduce the bleach time sothat mainly the highlights tone depply with little tone in the shadows, to get the same effects with Fotospeed or other variable toners I use the same dilution's with 40ml ot the additive to the 1 liter of toner,
Richard

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Wed, 4, March, 2020 6:59pm

Hi Mike, maybe I can chime in, as I have made some experiments with this toner.
As Richard says, diluting the bleach more than recommended by Foma definitely helps control the bleaching when you want to leave darker parts black, thus creating a two tone picture. Recommended dilution is able to completely bleach print in less than 10 seconds Smile


For variation in colour of tone, manufacturer gives some rough temperatures in which given colours occur. Indeed, very cold toner (15C) will give very yellow and with rising temperature the colour goes through shades of brown (20-30C) to very deep brown with definite purple tones at 40C (this is for Foma FB glossy paper). I have not tried extreme temperatures, I wonder what would happen then Smile
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Wed, 4, March, 2020 7:33pm

Thanks Richard on your clarification post and Jakub for the info on the effect of temperature changes


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