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Elephant carving at 'Call of the Wild'
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Terry S


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A second print for this round, that I nearly didn't send, as looking at the test print used here, to check exposure etc. something jumped out at me.


I didn't notice until it came out of the wash and Bob, who I sent it to couldn't see anything. Can you?


It was taken on the same day as the Chameleon print, and made me jump when I went around a large shrub. I saw it sticking out of a lot of foliage and thought it was real and had somehow escaped!
· Date: Thu, 9, June, 2022 · Views: 300
· Filesize: 66.1kb, 242.1kb · Dimensions: 1006 x 1399 ·
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Keywords: Call of Wild Zoological Park, Elephant, HP5+, D76 / ID11, Olympus AZ210
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford 35mm HP5+
Film developer & temp:: Home mixed D76 / ID11
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Short zoom, at about 50mm
Tripod used Y or N:: No
Paper:: Kentmere RC Fine Lustre
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford MG

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Terry S
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Thu, 9, June, 2022 2:51pm

Again, looking a bit soft on screen, especially when enlarged, despite being a sharp print and having 'Unsharp mask' applied.
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Thu, 9, June, 2022 4:17pm

Hi Terry, it's a nice portrait of the elephant and the only thing that looks amiss to my eye is that the elephants left ear appears to be missing?

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Terry S
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Fri, 10, June, 2022 12:38pm

Thanks Marty, but no, it's not the ear that bothered me. Smile


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