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    Some B&W Interiors...

    Mostly, I use a tripod and available light.
    Here's an example...

    Gimo, Sweden by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    A dining room in a historic (1767) Herrgard (manor house) in the historic city of Gimo, Sweden.
    Camera: Cambo Wide, 75mm S.Angulon, Horseman 612 back, Ilford FP4 film

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    Re: Some B&W Interiors...

    Great shot with a gorgeous tonal range! Well done. Though I would be afraid to sit my butt on anything in the room

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    Re: Some B&W Interiors...

    That is nice. How long was your exposure, and how did you develop the film?

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    Re: Some B&W Interiors...

    Thanks, but I can't offer any hard data, it's not my thing to take clinical notes for routine conditions.
    I can say that I used incident metering, the outdoor lighting was a typical gray Swedish autumn day, and that I used "normal" developing time.
    (No N-minus "pull processing"), nor did I use a compensating wonder juice developer (probably good 'ole UFG).

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    Re: Some B&W Interiors...

    Quote Originally Posted by Reinhold Schable View Post
    Mostly, I use a tripod and available light.
    Here's an example...

    Gimo, Sweden by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    A dining room in a historic (1767) Herrgard (manor house) in the historic city of Gimo, Sweden.
    Camera: Cambo Wide, 75mm S.Angulon, Horseman 612 back, Ilford FP4 film

    Reinhold
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    Looks great Reinhold. Interiors are on my to-do-more-of list.

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    Re: Some B&W Interiors...

    Thanks, Reinhold -- I thought perhaps you had used some kind of compensating development scheme to keep the windows from blowing out.

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    Re: Some B&W Interiors...

    Wonderful shot. I really enjoy subjects like this.
    Reid

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    Re: Some B&W Interiors...

    A coffee nook in a small country store in Cottrell, Alberta...
    A large outside overhang kept hard light out.
    Kept the front door open to let more light in.
    RB67, 50mm, YG filter, PXP film


    . . Bottrell, Alberta by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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    Re: Some B&W Interiors...

    Quote Originally Posted by BBW View Post
    Great shot with a gorgeous tonal range! Well done. Though I would be afraid to sit my butt on anything in the room
    Agree!!
    Great;-)

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    Re: Some B&W Interiors...

    On the Alberta Coffee nook did you do a fair amount of dodging on the section under the windows?
    I tend to procrastinate on stuff. One of these days I'll do something about it.

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