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Leon Taylor


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Kentmere Fineprint Warmtone matt, Ilford Cooltone Developer 1:9, split grade printed (0 and 5) - soft exposure given +10% to offset bleach and aid toning, highlight tones bleached back and redeveloped in a thiocarbamide toner. Hopefully the blue low to mids and sepia highs will be evident in the scan.
Date: Fri, 19, February, 2010 Views: 3320
Filesize: 101.9kb Dimensions: 400 x 398
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Keywords: 2 Boats
Film make, size & rating:: ilford HP5+
Film developer & temp:: pyrocat HD 1:1:100

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Bob

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Registered: August 2008
Location: London
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Fri, 19, February, 2010 3:12pm

The dual-tone effect is very evident on my monitor Leon - especially the boat on the left which looks almost as if a watercolour wash has been applied to the hull, fading from warm at the top to cold blue at the bottom. A very effective technique which has me lamenting the loss of Harman Cooltone dev all the more...
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Rob Archer

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Registered: September 2008
Location: Kings Lynn, Norfolk - flatlands and big skies.
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Fri, 19, February, 2010 8:18pm

Very good use of toning Leon. I like the image very much.


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bill spears

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Fri, 19, February, 2010 8:51pm

Nice printing Leon - looks Holga-ish with the edge burns.
Good sky detail aswell
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Stoo Batchelor

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Fri, 19, February, 2010 10:45pm

Another two to add to the collection. Very nice Leon.


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Sat, 20, February, 2010 9:13am

Thanks for the comments chaps. Bill - this is a Holga Smile
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bill spears

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Sat, 20, February, 2010 9:35am

And there was me thinking you'd been really clever in the darkroom by imitating the holga look with the printing Wink
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Sat, 20, February, 2010 3:54pm

I think I can see three boats? :-)
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Sun, 21, February, 2010 11:09am

dont say that dave .....
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B&W Neil

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Sun, 21, February, 2010 2:00pm

Good shapes / textures and the after toning work has been done very well.


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MickS

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Mon, 22, February, 2010 3:35pm

Watcha Leon,
I think I prefer this as an abstracted image to, Six Boats. Perhaps needs a tighter crop?
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johnfilm

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Mon, 22, February, 2010 5:56pm

Excellent toning work.
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