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TheoP


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Registered: December 2009
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Cliché title I know. This is one of my recent experiments using two negatives. It took about 15 prints to get to this point, and if I worked on it much more I wouldn't be able to continue my course haha.


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· Date: Wed, 2, December, 2009 · Views: 6642
· Filesize: 51.8kb, 172.9kb · Dimensions: 638 x 800 ·
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Keywords: multiple negatives window archway super imposed
Film make, size & rating:: FP4+ 125
Film developer & temp:: ID11 20 deg
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 50mm f/2.8 for both I believe
Paper:: Ilford satin deluxe

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Thu, 3, December, 2009 7:26am

Looks good, keep experimenting, for it's one of the better learning tools.
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B&W Neil

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Thu, 3, December, 2009 9:43am

Good arrangement of the three girls in the old window and the stripey tops work well and add impact. I would have liked to see more of their hands (look a bit chopped off!) and if you have them on the negs it would be worth doing another print I think to get them back. I could see this idea being used commercially for advertising etc. Good experimentation with two negs - well done!


Neil.

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TheoP
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Thu, 3, December, 2009 10:00am

Thank you for your comments!
Unfortunately, their hands were indeed chopped off in the original frame. I want to do more of this but plan it better.
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StanW

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Registered: June 2009
Location: Invercargill, New Zealand
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Sun, 6, December, 2009 1:17am

Interesting work. I suspect the scan doesn't do it full justice. Location, costume, posing all combine well to grab my interest.

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Alive and clicking Down Under. A sad case of GAS - 8x10 pinhole down to 35mm slr and rf
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TheoP
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Sat, 12, December, 2009 7:57pm

Yeah my scanner is awful, adds noise and dust (bottom left is fairly visible), and generally makes it look d******.
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