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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Hi!

    Atienza castle (Guadalajara, Spain)
    Chamonix F1 : Nikkor-W 150/5.6
    Foma 100 : HC-110 (h, 10')
    Epson v800 : Silverfast


    atienza by Antonio Gimeno, on Flickr

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Very interesting! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castle_of_Atienza

    Quote Originally Posted by gimenosaiz View Post
    Hi!

    Atienza castle (Guadalajara, Spain)
    Chamonix F1 : Nikkor-W 150/5.6
    Foma 100 : HC-110 (h, 10')
    Epson v800 : Silverfast


    atienza by Antonio Gimeno, on Flickr

    Regards!
    Antonio
    2022

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Quote Originally Posted by md-photo View Post

    Belmont Manor in suburban Maryland. Built in 1738.

    Linhof Master Technika, Nikkor 135 f5.6 and Tri-X with Orange #21 filter. Developed with Cinestill Df96 in SP-445 tank.
    Gorgeous work, luscious tonality, marvelous!
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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

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    Hi!

    Yes, It is!!

    Thanks!
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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Antonio's recent photo from Spain made me rummage through my older color negatives. Here's one that actually prints well to B&W (since I don't do color printing anymore).

    Turegamo in Spain. As I parked my car an old man was just locking the front gate here. I had only a few seconds to rush to the top of a small rise, set up my Toyo 45F and pull off one sheet of Kodak Vericolor III, Type S, before he hobbled any further.

    This neg has been sitting in a binder for 31 years, during yesterday's interminable rain I decided to see if there was any way to make a B&W print. This one worked, the one from Segovia didn't, but I'm learning something.

    [IMG]Turegano Flkr by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    The castle itself is an impressive piece of architecture. But, the man in the foreground really helps make this photograph. Really a nice image.

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Quote Originally Posted by gimenosaiz View Post
    Atienza castle (Guadalajara, Spain)
    Time and erosion has the castle blending into the base rock it sets on.

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Quote Originally Posted by neil poulsen View Post
    The castle itself is an impressive piece of architecture. But, the man in the foreground really helps make this photograph. Really a nice image.
    Thanks, yes, the old man really makes the composition. It was a rare opportunity, but I remember something of a scowl on his face as he hobbled away to the left.

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

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    This summer at Gettysburg, the Hummelbaugh house.

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