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London Lloyds building exterior 1980's
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Terry S


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Here are the three prints made from the same negative for this round.


I have put them in the order that I done them. First the straight RC b/w print; secondly the RC thiocarbonate toned print @ 50 / 50; finally an FB matt thiocarbonate toned print @ 50 /50.


All were taken with a Praktica MTL5B using Ilford FP4 in the 1980's.
Date: Tue, 10, November, 2020 Views: 76
Filesize: 43.5kb, 128.6kb Dimensions: 1154 x 494
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Keywords: Lloyds building, City of London, Praktica, MTLB, FP4, toned, thiocarbonate

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Quendil
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Tue, 10, November, 2020 4:34pm

Wonderful shot, for me the third print is my favourite.


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Richard Gould
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Tue, 10, November, 2020 6:10pm

Nice photo Terry, of the 3 of them I prefer the second, slight difference in the ton, not a lot, but tonality of the second is best for me
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MartyNL

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Tue, 10, November, 2020 7:20pm

Lovely photo and really nice tones.

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Terry S
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Wed, 11, November, 2020 1:27pm

Thanks for all the comments guys. Smile


I'm not sure which one I prefer, but this small bit of toning that I have done, has opened my eyes.


Until now, I have only seen toned images in books, so drew inspiration from them for my tests and final prints.


A lot of experimentation went on before my final formula was found, which works for me. So expect more in the future, when the right print comes along. Smile


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