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YMCA, Huntsville

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williamruyle



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Registered: November 2009
Location: Huntsville, Alabama USA
Posts: 17
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1936 Voigtlander Bessa RF, 6x9
4.5/105 Skopar lens
Date: Sun, 20, December, 2009 Views: 3208
Filesize: 157.3kb Dimensions: 324 x 500
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Keywords: YMCA, Huntsville
Film make, size & rating:: Arista 100
Film developer & temp:: HC-110, 1:49, 20C
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 105mm, f11, 1/25sec
Tripod used Y/N:: N

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Rob Archer

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Registered: September 2008
Location: Kings Lynn, Norfolk - flatlands and big skies.
Posts: 1,071
Tue, 12, January, 2010 8:13pm

Lovely lighting. I would be tempted to crop off the bottom (it's not quite as sharp as the rest) just below the top brick step.


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williamruyle

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Registered: November 2009
Location: Huntsville, Alabama USA
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Thu, 14, January, 2010 8:10pm

Rob, good advice, thanks.
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B&W Neil

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Registered: October 2008
Location: West Cornwall
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Sat, 6, February, 2010 4:39pm

Just noticed this one - nice with very good lighting. Rob's crop is a good idea as that area is not really adding anything to the image, the image strengthens up a lot with it removed.


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williamruyle

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Mon, 15, February, 2010 7:54pm

Thanks, Neil.
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williamruyle

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Location: Huntsville, Alabama USA
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Tue, 16, February, 2010 4:11pm

I did shoot another shot of the same scene on that particular
roll:


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