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Terry S


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Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England, UK
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Taken on a recent trip to Malaga, Spain, using a new Holga 'style' camera, which has only one shutter speed and one aperture setting.


Although taken in late September, the sun was still very strong and hot, but the light helped achieve some very good negatives to print, from a roll of HP5+.


Developed in home mixed eco E72, for the first time, and stand developed at 1:5 for 30 minutes, using The Digital Truth website recommendation.


Printed full frame, to approximately judge how accurate the viewfinder is, which it turns out to be rather accurate.
Date: Sun, 22, October, 2023 Views: 205
Filesize: 48.7kb, 39.3kb Dimensions: 681 x 499
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Keywords: Holga, Malaga, Spain, HP5+, E72, stand development
Film make, size & rating:: 35mm HP5+ ISO 400
Film developer & temp:: Home mixed E72
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Fixed at about 35mm
Tripod used Y or N:: No
Paper:: Kentmere RC glossy
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford MG 20C

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PanFrank

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Registered: July 2017
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Tue, 24, October, 2023 6:29pm

Interesting and I actually love such contrasty subjects and prints. The curve and the houses piling up behind the boats are really nice.
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Wed, 25, October, 2023 10:54am

The high contrast creates the impression of intense heat.
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Terry S
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Sun, 29, October, 2023 1:58pm

Thanks for the comments guys. Smile


Alex - yes, it was VERY hot intense heat, especially for the time of year. I had hoped for sunshine, which I got, but I couldn't go out of the shadows for most of the day, for despite an expected air temperature, the sun's intensity was way over the top and one could burn in less than ten minutes!!! All I will say, is that there were a lot of people around the pool, going a very dark pink / red colour. Ouchhhh!!!


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