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Old 25th March 2015, 12:52 PM
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Was it!
What a good job I didn't visit, I could have been so disappointed.

I don't think so - everyone who has seen it thinks it's wonderful


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a photographers weekend and no photos of it whatever IT is ?
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It was a Cornish landscape weekend, not a box shoot

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It was very dark down there I believe, bit too scary for me.
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It was very dark down there I believe, bit too scary for me.

I could have sorted that out for you Dave, you could have borrowed my Gossen Luna-Pro SBC


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I could have sorted that out for you Dave, you could have borrowed my Gossen Luna-Pro SBC


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Sorry Dave, I forgot you no longer use such things The Gossen Luna-Pro SBC is a top-end analogue light meter that is useful when working in poor light. Ideal for use in the inky depths of Camelot Castle

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I am still gradually working my way through my Tintagel negatives.

Here are a couple of images that I have printed on Ilford's Classic FB paper.


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Rock Study - Crackington Haven

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Young sailor's grave, Tintagel Church


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When I use a digital thingy I still use my handheld spot meter.
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