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London Lloyds building exterior 1980's
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Terry S


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Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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Another negative from the same roll as the last PE round.


This time I've printed on two different papers, to make three prints, toning two of them.


This print was the second to receive the potassium thiocarbonate toner treatment @ 50 /50 and is as close as I can get it to look like the print, looking slightly golden yellow in tone. This FB print was the only variation that never got sent to the receiver of the other two prints.



Taken with a Praktica MTL5B using Ilford FP4 in the 1980's.
Date: Tue, 10, November, 2020 Views: 55
Filesize: 56.4kb, 88.6kb Dimensions: 615 x 720
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Keywords: Lloyds building, City of London, Praktica, MTLB, FP4, toned, thiocarbonate
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford FP4
Film developer & temp:: Ilford Iflosol
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Kit lens at about 28 - 35
Tripod used Y or N:: No
Paper:: Ilford FB matt
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford MG

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Dave Hall
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Thu, 12, November, 2020 12:30pm

especially enjoyed this, the the tone and exposure ....just right
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Terry S
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Thu, 12, November, 2020 4:01pm

Thanks Dave.


When I started trying out toning tests recently, using individual chemicals, this was probably the closest tone I could get to the pictures that I like in a book that I have. It's one that I constantly return to and is called, 'Advanced Processing and Printing' by Adrian Ensor. I believe I picked it up years ago for a really low price and it's well worth adding to ones library if you have any interest in trying out toning.


Toning will continue to be a project, as I enjoyed doing it, so who knows what colours and tones will appear in the toning dish in the future?


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