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BuzzNL



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Registered: January 2021
Location: The Netherlands
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I took this photo a few weeks ago at a campsite where we were on a short holiday. Besides touring caravans there are some privately owned recreational houses on the campground and some of them have their own quay (?) or dock for their boat. Thought this scene would make for an interesting image!


Lith print on Agfa Portriga-Speed PN318PE paper, which works really well in Moersch Easy Lith.
Date: Thu, 23, June, 2022 Views: 264
Filesize: 75.0kb, 418.4kb Dimensions: 1400 x 947
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Keywords: Boat
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford Delta 400 @ 800 (35mm)
Film developer & temp:: Fomadon Excel (1+1) @ 20C
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Canon EOS 100 EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM + yellow filter @ 70mm, f/8, 1/500sec
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper:: Agfa Portriga-Speed PN318PE 20x30cm
Paper developer & temp:: Moersch Easy Lith 1+1+30 @ 26C

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PanFrank

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Registered: July 2017
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Wed, 29, June, 2022 4:39pm

This is a real "Sebastiaan". :-)
Wonderful subject for Lith. I love the delicate tonality.
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BuzzNL

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Registered: January 2021
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Fri, 1, July, 2022 5:26pm

Thank you Frank! Tonality is what separates this paper from the Brovira-speed paper I have of the same era, at least to me. It gives me much more flexibility although I'm still learning a lot as I go...
Some prefer the ultra high contrast in lith prints with super deep blacks, personally I usually try to keep a little more definition in both shadows and highlights (although very difficult sometimes!).
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