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Registered: December 2011
Location: Isle of Lewis
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Taken on a trip to Edinburgh. Early March morning, with low sun and condensation all over the tram stop windows. This is one of a few exposures I took, but hadn't printed 'til now. I overlooked this one in favour of a couple of fussier compositions.
This is the alternative print I sent to PanFrank. It was taken using a camera gifted to me by another forum member, who was keen someone continued to use it.
Date: Sat, 8, January, 2022 Views: 392
Filesize: 48.8kb, 244.2kb Dimensions: 1400 x 939
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Keywords: Shadow_people
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford HP5 @ EI 200
Film developer & temp:: PMK Pyro
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Dynax 505Si 28-80 zoom
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper:: Foma RC multigrade
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford multigrade dev

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Terry S
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Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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Sun, 9, January, 2022 1:08pm

I've given the shadow areas in your print a tweak with P/S levels, and I'm sure it's now closer to the original print, and it looks great. As usual, I'm sure the print is much better than the scan.


It's the sort of picture that I would have taken.


Well done on spotting it! Smile


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Sun, 9, January, 2022 5:53pm

Thanks Terry.
As an aside, both people here checking their 'phones. When I actually got on the Tram I found myself the only person out of a dozen not looking at a screen. Couldn't quite make an image out of that though.
A while back I posted a image for discussion taken at the same time- it was a wider view, which in the end was too cluttered. This simpler frame works better, but I overlooked it at the time.
Shots like this also make me feel I should do more 35mm. I simply wouldn't have got this if I had to set up the 5x4, as the tram would have been-and-gone before I was ready, even if I'd be carrying it.
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Dave Hall
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Fri, 14, January, 2022 3:27pm

Well done.
One of my favoured subjects.
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Martin Aislabie

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Mon, 24, January, 2022 3:14pm

Love the subtlety of this.
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