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Registered: November 2008
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Date: Fri, 11, February, 2011 Views: 6009
Tags: 1 Filesize: 142.1kb Dimensions: 283 x 400
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Keywords: Curtain
Film make, size & rating:: Foma400
Film developer & temp:: Rodinal
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: yes
Tripod used Y/N:: no
Paper:: Ilford rc
Paper developer & temp:: bromophen

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Barry

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Fri, 11, February, 2011 8:04pm

Beautiful tones and light in this print.

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Sat, 12, February, 2011 8:34am

What dilution and time did you use with the Rodinal?
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Sat, 12, February, 2011 10:21am

Like the tonality of this, and like the colour of the print, is it lightly sepia toned? Richard

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Sat, 12, February, 2011 11:12am

Dave, I think it was 1:50/ Print is split contrast with 0 diffused and 5 not diffused. It is sepia toned and 5x7 only

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Sat, 12, February, 2011 11:40am

5x7 - just the right size for the PPC. It's too small here to judge the effect of the diffusion, but you have achieved a good tonal range. Is the diffusion apparent in your print?
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Sat, 12, February, 2011 4:30pm

Yes Dave it is. However, the print is actually a bit less ginger than this. Much better - obviously :-)
What's PPC anyway?

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Sat, 12, February, 2011 5:28pm

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Sat, 12, February, 2011 11:49pm

What? Do you turn the snaps into stamps or something?

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