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Jon Butler



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Registered: February 2009
Location: London
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Date: Tue, 27, April, 2010 Views: 3462
Filesize: 289.9kb, 165.2kb Dimensions: 700 x 560
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Keywords: Tyneham
Film make, size & rating:: HP5 5x4 @200
Film developer & temp:: Pyrocat HD 24c
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 150MM f32 1s
Tripod used Y/N:: yes
Paper:: Fomatone FB Gloss ( I think?)
Paper developer & temp:: Home made WA

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Barry

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Registered: August 2008
Location: Mendip Hills, Somerset
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Wed, 28, April, 2010 8:27am

I like this Jon, well composed and sharp throughout.

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Wed, 28, April, 2010 9:52am

Sums up the pathos of the place very well indeed.
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B&W Neil

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Registered: October 2008
Location: West Cornwall
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Wed, 28, April, 2010 6:16pm

Good work for the lighting conditions. One to make you think.


Neil.

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