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IIRC Dave MIller found that hotel.. The things that went in the alley way that my bedroom over lookerd cannot be repeated!

The only good thing about it was it was cheap.. Never again !

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Rest in peace Jon.

Memories, forever:
Dartmoor in January:
"Leo, you are a bit of a nutter, aren't you?"
"The key is to work the location, not move all the time from one place to another."

FADU Exhibition 2011 and some good conversations there.

I only met Jon few times in my life in person.
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Not wanting to go off topic too much on this thread, but can you convey any of the tips that Jon passed on to you, as HP5+ is my usual go to film in both 35mm and 120?

*** Maybe a new thread might be better. ***

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Yes. I was standing next to him while he was working with HP5+ in an old Nikon. He said he rated it at 250 and developed it in either Perceptol or ID11 at 1:2. I tried the latter and it works beautifully. Holds highlights and shadows with good mid-tone separation.
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Yes. I was standing next to him while he was working with HP5+ in an old Nikon. He said he rated it at 250 and developed it in either Perceptol or ID11 at 1:2. I tried the latter and it works beautifully. Holds highlights and shadows with good mid-tone separation.
Thanks Rob. I might try the ID11 at 1:2, which is interesting as I / most people, use it as either stock or 1:1.

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