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Terry S


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As the recipient of my two prints this exchange, this print is as Michael says, an 'outdoor still life, exposed in a sunny garden.'


I've kept my eye on the tub and roller for a while now and hope to photograph it again when it has been replanted with fresh plants, as it's gone 'to grass', having been neglected for so long...


The print was made from the first roll of film taken outside my home and garden, in quite a while now and was printed on my two favourite papers, Ilford's Art 300 and FB Matt, with the latter not being to everyone's taste, but if you have never tried it you should - you might be surprised.


Hopefully the difference in the papers can be seen, as it was quite hard to show both of their characteristics.
Date: Sun, 26, September, 2021 Views: 162
Filesize: 70.2kb, 93.8kb Dimensions: 561 x 818
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Keywords: Bath, garden roller, HP5+, Fuji GA645Zi
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford 120 HP5+
Film developer & temp:: Home mixed D76 / ID11
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Fixed mini zoom
Tripod used Y or N:: No
Paper:: Ilford Art 300 and FB Matt
Paper developer & temp:: Home mixed D72

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BuzzNL
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Sun, 26, September, 2021 3:27pm

Well printed, they both appear very crisp on screen.
Is the top photo Art 300? It looks a bit cooler than the bottom photo, which would then be FB Matt?
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Terry S
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Mon, 27, September, 2021 12:43pm

Many thanks for the comments Buzz, but I'm afraid that you've got it the wrong way around, with the top one being FB Matt and the bottom one being the much warmer Art 300.


On my calibrated screen, there is a very obvious difference, but don't go by the white background which is solid white, where as the margins on the Art 300 print had a warm tone to them.


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Mon, 27, September, 2021 6:13pm

Ah that makes sense, with the top being FB Matt.
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