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    Good Lord, I'm surprised the floor held you up on the second one!! Nice as always Nana!
    LoL!!!!

    I was standing on a solid stone stairs, outside the house, Sam...

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    fence sharp by chrishayton, on Flickr

    Speed Graphic with Caltar 90mm. Not up to the standards of most of this thread but really wanted to post something in this topic.

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    Shot near my house on a foggy night last December but only processed last night.

    4x5 Pacemaker Speed Graphic
    Kodak Aero-Ektar 178mm f/2.5
    Fuji Acros 100 QuickLoad (expired)
    Developed in HC-110 dil. H for 10.5 min. @ 68F



    Jonathan

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    Re: post your urban landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by jcoldslabs View Post
    Shot near my house on a foggy night last December but only processed last night.

    4x5 Pacemaker Speed Graphic
    Kodak Aero-Ektar 178mm f/2.5
    Fuji Acros 100 QuickLoad (expired)
    Developed in HC-110 dil. H for 10.5 min. @ 68F

    Jonathan
    Nice. A little fill light on the sign might have been awesome but still really cool.
    Bryan
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    valdostafilm.blogspot.com

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    Bryan,

    Thanks. I agree that more light on the sign would have been better for the image. To be honest I was shocked at how well the Acros held any detail at all in the face of the sign. On the ground glass it looked like pure silhouette and that's what I was expecting. One of my favorite things about shooting at night (as I am learning) is the disparity between what you see and what the film sees. Sometimes this is a good thing and sometimes not.

    Jonathan

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoldslabs View Post
    Bryan,

    Thanks. I agree that more light on the sign would have been better for the image. To be honest I was shocked at how well the Acros held any detail at all in the face of the sign. On the ground glass it looked like pure silhouette and that's what I was expecting. One of my favorite things about shooting at night (as I am learning) is the disparity between what you see and what the film sees. Sometimes this is a good thing and sometimes not.

    Jonathan
    I think it's better the way it is. I get the feeling of being blinded by the light. If the sign had been lighter I wouldn't have gotten that 'at night' feeling.

    Adrian

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    I love this... makes me feel like I'm in high school again... I remember many a night walking home in conditions like this. Wanna trade? A 4x5 contact of this (or an 8x10) would be beautiful.
    Photographs by Richard M. Coda
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    Richard,

    I am very flattered, thank you. Unfortunately, my darkroom is disassembled and awaiting the time and money to be reborn as one half of the garage. In other words, I have no way to print it myself. If ever I am able to I will keep your kind offer in mind. Thank you.

    Jonathan


    EDIT: PM sent to you regarding an alternate trade idea.

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    Great image David.

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    0312 BW 810 2.jpg by urbanlandcruiser, on Flickr

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