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CambsIan



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Date: Tue, 10, November, 2020 Views: 114
Filesize: 86.7kb, 349.1kb Dimensions: 1105 x 1400
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Keywords: Peterborough Cathedral
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford FP4+ 120 Box Speed
Film developer & temp:: D76 1+1 20C 11min
Lens Focal Length, aperture: f11 3.5 sec
Tripod used Y or N:: Y
Paper:: Kentmere VC grade 2
Paper developer & temp:: Fotospeed PD5 1+9 20sec

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Richard Gould
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Thu, 12, November, 2020 8:28pm

An interesting photo Ian, just a part of a large building tells a lot
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CambsIan

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Sat, 14, November, 2020 4:47pm

Thanks Richard, the way the chairs were laid out for worship, it was quite difficult to get any distance between me and the alter (this is the stonework over alter), all the time trying to avoid the ropes that cordoned it off. Think it's a reasonable composition.
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MartyNL

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Sun, 15, November, 2020 8:44am

I very much like the light streaming in from outside. It brings life to the print and you've managed the contrast and details very well, Ian.

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Mon, 16, November, 2020 6:57pm

This is great, Ian. The lighting and viewpoint combine to give a nice, three-dimensional image.
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Tue, 17, November, 2020 6:34pm

I agree very much, the image is a highlight of our exchanges.
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CambsIan

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Tue, 17, November, 2020 8:10pm

Thank you all for your kind comments, they are much appreciated.


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