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DaveInElland



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Agfa Isolette
Beamish
Date: Tue, 17, March, 2020 ∑ Views: 57
Filesize: 131.5kb ∑ Dimensions: 441 x 600 ∑
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Film make, size & rating:: Fomapan 100
Film developer & temp:: Rodinal 1+50
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford MG 20į

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Terry S
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Tue, 17, March, 2020 12:38pm

An interesting picture Dave, but could you provide some details about it?


Where it was taken; was it connected to anything you know about, like a show? etc.


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Tue, 17, March, 2020 3:32pm

Taken at Beamish Terry. I didnít expand on that in the comments but with hindsight should have.


Beamish is an open air museum and I took this image on a very dull, grey day last September on my first visit to the place. I was playing with a then recently acquired Agfa Isolette (think this was the third film through it) and looking for images that would seem to fit with such an elderly camera. Beamish is ideal for such an exploit I found.


https://www.beamish.org.uk/

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