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    Japan/Kamakura, the making of a Masamune Katana.
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    Hasselblad 500cm, 80mm and 180mm on Ilford Delta 100

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    In East Tennessee, Rte 129: TriX, 80mm lens.

    [IMG]R2N8 Rte 129 LFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Stevens Falls in August, Gov. Dodge State Park. (Rollei i.r. film, 500c/m, 80mm lens, f16, 1 min) Only a dribble of water in the falls, but a nice mist everywhere else.

    [IMG]RR4f3 StevensFalls LFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

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    This has such a lovely atmosphere. May I ask what toner you've used with it? I mix my own thiourea toner for Sepia, but I've never managed quite that soft tint before. Try as I might, I almost always wind up tipping just over onto the yellowish side. I'm usually around 15ml Thiourea + 45ml Sodium Hydroxide + 440ml HO which is SUPPOSED to give me a dark warm brown. Would you have any tips for me? Example below (yes, your photo is more high key, but I hope you can see what I mean about the yellow edge in mine). Any advice is very welcome!



    ANZAC Day Centenary 1915-2015. Mornington, Victoria, Australia.

    Yashica D TLR. Fuji Acros 100 on Agfa-Gevaert Record-Rapid RRH 119 Hard Extra White Lustre.

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    Hi @Molli. The bleach gives the soft glow, the process depends on the paper and exposure. This was ilford rc iv glossy which doesnt tone well. So I wanted a high key picture, used a grade 3 filter on a normal grade negative, over exposed the print by quarter of a stop, then bleach back to a certain amount (just loosing some highlights) then sepia, but not fully, then refix. try not to loose highlight detail. Lost a little highlights in the print, a bit of masking and burning I could of got it, getting lazy.
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    @awty Many thanks for taking the time to write up your process for me, I really appreciate it. I'll have to take another run at it with a more suitable negative and some Ilford Multigrade. Given how often everyone's said that it doesn't tone, I've been primarily running my experiments with not just old, but positively antique papers. No trouble toning them, just a tad of bother getting them to stop!
    Thanks again for your time, your detailed response is very helpful and the detail definitely proves you're far from lazy!

    Moving away from the tech and specs, though, that really is a lovely photo you've crafted there.

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