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MikeHeller


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Registered: October 2010
Location: North Wales
Posts: 1,025
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Date: Sat, 17, April, 2021 Views: 626
Filesize: 82.0kb, 256.1kb Dimensions: 701 x 1000
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Keywords: Ivy on Telegraph Post 1
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford Delta 100
Film developer & temp:: Xtol (1+1) 10 Min. @ 20C
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Pentax MX, 100mm Macro
Tripod used Y or N:: f11 1/125
Paper:: Ilford MGIV Cooltone
Paper developer & temp:: Multigrade 1+9

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skellum

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Registered: December 2011
Location: Isle of Lewis
Posts: 1,172
Sat, 17, April, 2021 6:39pm

Of the two, I prefer this one Mike. Having the grain of the telegraph post running in the same direction as the long edge of the print suits it better. The landscape shape print feels like it has cut the grain off short. This image also has the 2 bars of diagonal shadow to add interest (balanced by the single corner-to-corner strand of ivy).
Overall it just feels like it has more going on than the other version.
Cheers!
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PanFrank

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Registered: July 2017
Posts: 452
Fri, 23, April, 2021 5:01pm

Agree here, both very good, but the the shadows make the difference. This is terrific.
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Richard Gould
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Registered: December 2008
Location: Jersey Channel Islands
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Fri, 23, April, 2021 7:42pm

I agree that this is the best of the two shots, with lovely detail, and just the one leaf telling you what it is
Richard

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BuzzNL
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Registered: January 2021
Location: The Netherlands
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Sat, 24, April, 2021 2:35pm

Beautiful! Great tonality in both tree and ivy.
This one works best for me as well, but they're both beautiful!
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photomi7ch

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Registered: January 2009
Location: East Midlands
Posts: 2,475
Tue, 27, April, 2021 10:37am

It is the shadow that draws me to this one giving it a bit more drama to the rich texture

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SanMiguel
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Registered: June 2014
Location: Portstewart, Northern Ireland
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Thu, 29, April, 2021 8:50pm

Another very nice print, Mike.
Michael
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alexmuir
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Registered: January 2010
Location: Glasgow, Scotland.
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Sun, 2, May, 2021 7:48pm

These are very nicely spotted, and composed images. The shadow adds something extra to this one.
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