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vincent



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Taken last year on a weekend away with the camera club.
· Date: Thu, 27, January, 2011 · Views: 2997
· Tags: 1 · Filesize: 212.3kb, 150.3kb · Dimensions: 846 x 535 ·
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Keywords: WOODLAND
Film make, size & rating:: Kodak HIE 35 mm @640 asa
Film developer & temp:: ID11 (1+1) 13 mins
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: 24mm lens
Tripod used Y or N:: Y
Paper:: Ilford MG IV fb WT
Paper developer & temp:: MG WT dev.

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VickiB
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Fri, 28, January, 2011 12:25am

Hi, Vincent,


Like Neil's shot, your simple photograph has an air of magic for me. I suppose it is because of the quality if the light coming through the trees. Your print has skillfully captured the range of light and dark in the scene, resulting in a print very pleasing to look at because of the peaceful mood it conveys.


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Steve O

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Fri, 28, January, 2011 7:53am

Really like this one Vincent, it looks so inviting and warm and surprisingly restrained for HIE. I think the wider aspect works well too unlike the more typical portrait treatment for such shots.


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Neil Smith
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Fri, 28, January, 2011 11:16am

Lovely photograph Vincent nicely handled, I really like it.


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vincent

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Sat, 29, January, 2011 5:47pm

Thank you everyone for your comments, I took several shots in the woods on that occasion but this is the one that I like best. This roll of IR is several years out of date, so I'm happy that I get results when using it.

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Cheers Vincent - Not afraid of the dark
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Dave Hall
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Sun, 30, January, 2011 3:19pm

Simple elegence. You have captured a fantastic amount of light between the trees....Which makes it really
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Mike O'Pray
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Sun, 30, January, 2011 11:17pm

As Spock in Startrek would say: "It's HIE but not as we know it, Jim" There's gentleness and restraint in this one which fits the scene to perfection.


Vincent, it's great that HIE is still performing like this after being several years out of date. Some speak of HIE's stability as if it were nitroglycerin. Your experience say otherwise.


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Disderi

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Mon, 31, January, 2011 7:06am

Thatīs mine, itīs in my hands, and, of course it looks much more better than here...
Thank you Vincent.
Have you used a dark red filter?

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vincent

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Mon, 31, January, 2011 11:13am

Thank you Dave, Mike & Rodrigo for your comments. I have never got to grips with the science of photography beyond a basic knowledge. I did however cut back my developing time by 10% because the film is getting older. I usually set my film speed at 640 iso and then bracket 2/3rds either side giving me 400 iso and 1020 iso. I nearly always get printable negs and I generally pick the easiest one to print. Using MG paper I used filter No. 4 for print.
My filter on the camera is the RED 25A.

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Wed, 9, February, 2011 1:38pm

Lovely quality of light here, makes me want to take a stroll among those trees.

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vincent

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Fri, 11, February, 2011 11:03am

Thanks Richard, what I love about IR film is that I never know what my results are going to be like. I just hope for the best and of course bracket.

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