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alexmuir


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A view from the West coast of Arran looking towards Kintyre.
Date: Mon, 5, October, 2020 Views: 114
Filesize: 29.7kb, 174.8kb Dimensions: 1123 x 1400
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Keywords: Fuji Acros 100,Acros 100/Microphen.Nikon F3/Nikkor 135mm f3.5
Film make, size & rating:: Fuji Acros 100 135
Film developer & temp:: Ilford Microphen stock @ 20C
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Nikkor 135mm f3.5
Tripod used Y or N:: No
Paper:: MG IV RC
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford Multigrade

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CambsIan

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Registered: June 2011
Location: Cambridgeshire
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Tue, 6, October, 2020 9:43am

Hi Alex, like this a lot. Not sure I would have spotted this opportunity, you've got a good eye.


The comparison of the large sky, and the small birds in silhouette quite striking.


Ian

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Richard Gould
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Tue, 6, October, 2020 10:46am

Very nice Alex, a very calm feeling to this, well seen
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MikeHeller
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Registered: October 2010
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Tue, 6, October, 2020 4:14pm

I also like this one. Very simple and minimalist and I like the big sky. I would have been tempted to burn in the top of the sky to its detriment as it works much better not and accentuates its size.


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PanFrank

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Tue, 6, October, 2020 5:55pm

The horizontal line so low is an excellent and inspiring idea. The faint landscape in the background is a strong voice in telling the story of the image.
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alexmuir
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Wed, 7, October, 2020 10:45am

Thank you Ian, Richard, Mike and Frank. I had forced myself to use a longer lens (135mm) to see how things looked. I was quite pleased with the results, so will use it again when out and about. I had always been wary of camera shake, but this was actually a very bright day, so faster shutter speeds were easily achieved.
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