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Villers-la-Ville abbey

Discussion in 'City, Still life & Abstract' started by Franchimontees, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. Franchimontees

    Franchimontees New Member

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    A couple of shots taken with a SWC on Ilford FP4+.
    Dev. 12' in LC29 diluted 1+29
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  2. Tinker

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    Nice, very nice; love to see more ...
     
  3. Franchimontees

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    Thanks! I appreciate your reply :happy:
     
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    Very nice indeed. What did you use to scan your negatives? They look really sharp.
     
  5. Franchimontees

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    Thanks for your reaction!
    All my negs are scanned at 3200 dpi with an Epson V700 using the dedicated epson scan software. Minimal post-treatment in photoshop to compensate the loss of information due to scale reduction for web publishing.
    Best wishes for 2013!
     
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