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williamruyle



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Registered: November 2009
Location: Huntsville, Alabama USA
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Konica T4/3.5/28 Hexanon lens
Neopan 1600 film
Date: Thu, 26, November, 2009 Views: 3590
Filesize: 85.2kb Dimensions: 500 x 327
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Keywords: balinese bronze in shadow
Film make, size & rating:: Neopan 1600, 35mm
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 28mm
Tripod used Y/N:: N

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B&W Neil

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Registered: October 2008
Location: West Cornwall
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Sat, 28, November, 2009 2:32pm

A good creative set of images made by some interesting techniques. I do like the the two low light Neopan 1600 images and their very low-key printing. Especially the swamp image - great! Thanks for sharing them with us.


Neil.

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williamruyle

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Sun, 20, December, 2009 7:30am

Neil, thanks for your comments.
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MickS

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Mon, 22, February, 2010 3:21pm

Watcha Bill,
good contrast here, a couple of sharp highlights tell the story. ever thought of using lith/ortho film and papers.
best
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