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Old Power Drive #2 - Lith Print

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B&W Neil



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Driving gear from an old 40' over-shot water wheel (long gone) Luxulyan Valley, Cornwall.
Date: Fri, 26, February, 2010 Views: 2563
Filesize: 67.1kb Dimensions: 400 x 277
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Keywords: Old Power Drive #2 - Lith Print
Film make, size & rating:: Ilf Delta 400
Film developer & temp:: Prescysol
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: Mamiya 7 ii + 50mm
Tripod used Y/N:: yes
Paper:: Fomotone 132 FB
Paper developer & temp:: Kodak Lith Dev @ 28 C

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EmmaWade
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Sat, 27, February, 2010 6:47pm

Lovely shot caught my eye
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B&W Neil

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Sat, 27, February, 2010 11:00pm

Thanks Emma, glad you like the image.


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StanW

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Sun, 28, February, 2010 8:10pm

The age and desolation comes across well.

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Alive and clicking Down Under. A sad case of GAS - 8x10 pinhole down to 35mm slr and rf
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B&W Neil

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Sun, 28, February, 2010 11:05pm

Stan, thanks for that - it is certainly desolate OK :-)


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Wed, 3, March, 2010 10:25pm

Yes indeed - the lith treatment certainly adds to the stark feeling of abandonment.
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B&W Neil

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Thu, 4, March, 2010 5:19pm

I was trying to get that cold wintry look; so used gold toner to cool down the lith effect.


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Tue, 9, March, 2010 4:31pm

Succeeded 100%, I'd say, in getting the wintry look


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Tue, 9, March, 2010 6:27pm

Thanks, Mike :-)


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