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new Oriental Seagull VC-FBII example #2
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Mark-NY



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Registered: August 2009
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Date: Tue, 9, November, 2010 Views: 3358
Filesize: 186.6kb, 175.3kb Dimensions: 750 x 700
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Keywords: new Oriental Seagull VC-FBII example #2
Film make, size & rating:: Kodak Plus-X
Film developer & temp:: Xtol 1:1 @ 68F
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 80mm
Tripod used Y/N:: Y
Paper:: Seagull VC-FBII
Paper developer & temp:: Dektol 1:2 / 2 min @~68F

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Graeme

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Tue, 9, November, 2010 11:25pm

Ah, now that's powerful. To me a restictive building, but with open windows and "above us only sky" interesting - is there more contrast in the mid-tones on the print? I'd expect so. Very nice work.

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Mark-NY

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Wed, 10, November, 2010 12:17am

Thanks Graeme.


The print does have more life in the mid tones -- as well as in the roof which was the "subject" of the photograph and where I really wanted to get some highlight separation / micro contrast.

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B&W Neil

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Tue, 16, November, 2010 6:34pm

Good shapes and a super sky - it works. Good to see an example of the new Oriental Seagull paper.



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