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RichardWarom


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Hi
This is my first Succesful print, at least that I am more pleased with, I pre-flashed for 4secs because of highlight burnout. I wanted to know if folk think I am on the right road, plus any help you can give, positive or negative. Thanks
Date: Thu, 2, June, 2011 Views: 2840
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Keywords: Cotswold Village Garden
Film make, size & rating:: Adox CHS50 120
Film developer & temp:: R09 20 degrees
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 80mm f22
Tripod used Y/N:: y
Paper:: Kentmere Fineprint VC
Paper developer & temp:: Fotospeed PD5 20 degrees

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Thu, 2, June, 2011 1:27pm

Looks good from where I'm sitting, and it's a great deal better than my first print.
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RichardWarom
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Thu, 2, June, 2011 2:19pm

Hi Dave
Thanks for your comment, it has not been an easy road getting to this but I guess that is true for everyone starting printing. Getting this far has increased my confidence in my approach and the lifetime learning curve is certainly enjoyable.
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Richard Gould
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Thu, 2, June, 2011 5:38pm

Can't see a lot wrong with it, looks fine to me, certainly better than my first print,keep up the good work,
Richard

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RichardWarom
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Thu, 2, June, 2011 7:06pm

Thanks For your comment Richard it's very encouraging.
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B&W Neil

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Sun, 21, August, 2011 7:49pm

From your scan the contrast range looks good to me and controlable by choosing the correct exposure and grade, so
I am not sure why you pre-flashed the paper. I would try a print without the pre-flash to see if it lightens up a little.


However, the composition is very pleasing with the white cottage just in the right position and good texture on the water.


Neil.

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