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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by lanactoor View Post
    A few university buildings on xray developed in pyrocat-mc. It was so cold today I saw a squirrel in the woods salting his nuts.



    Nicely done!

    That squirrels nuts must have been very cold!

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Thanks for posting, obviously '...xray developed in pyrocat-mc' works darn well.

    I thought it might but never got there.

    Yet
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    Yes, I was pleasantly surprised by those two exposures. I incident metered Fuji HR-U @ 200, which was a bit generous, but I figured added reflectivity from snow and stone needed to be taken into account. They were shot with a Speed Graphic & Optar 135mm @ f45 around 1/15s with full front rise. The PC-MC was diluted at 1:1:200 and developed in a manual tank for 12 minutes with slight agitation every minute. Scanned the negatives with a V600.

    I've only recently started using pyro developers, but it seems to help tame the contrast inherent with xray film and has a small but tangible effect of making the emulsion a bit less fragile.

    I'd like to do some darkroom enlargements, but my workflow for 4x5 in this case would involve wall projection via a cold-light graflarger, through the blue film base, onto VC paper, all in a space of about 12ft^2; i.e. a nightmare. Inkjet or digital negatives for contact printing are an option, but that just feels like cheating

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    The church of La Salut, on the outskirts of my hometown, Sabadell, Catalonia. By the way, here is where my parents got married.



    KW Patent Etui 9x12, Carl Zeiss Tessar f4.5 135mm, Ilford FP4+ in R09 One Shot

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!



    Office Building in Fort Smith Arkansas by Mark Phillips, on Flickr

    Camera: Chamonix 45n-1
    Lens: Schneider 72mm f/5.6 Super-Angulon XL (with Center Filter 4A)
    Film: Ilford Delta 100 @ ISO 50
    Exposure: f32 @ 1/4 sec
    Date: December 1, 2018

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Sogni = Dreams - a metaphor

    Malefic 4x5 w/ Rodenstock Grandagon 90mm on 4x5 Ilford FP4+


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    Casa della Cultura
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by F64 View Post
    Sogni = Dreams - a metaphor

    Malefic 4x5 w/ Rodenstock Grandagon 90mm on 4x5 Ilford FP4+

    Both are great Giovanni. This is particularly engaging.

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    Thanks, chassis. A metaphor or an epitaph. Where dreams end up.

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    Wasn't going to take this photo, because everyone who's ever been to this island has already made the same photo, and it was mid-day, but it was my last sheet in a Grafmatic so I said why not?

    Ended up accidentally having a couple sheets of HP5+ in the Grafmatic along with the TMX I loaded, so accidentally shot and developed this wrong. But after some dodging and burning I ended up with something that worked fairly well.

    This is the historic Tybee Island Lighthouse, Georgia's "oldest and tallest" lighthouse. It's an especially nice place with some old buildings accompanying it. You can tour the lighthouse and go to a museum but I've actually never been, as the island isn't all that interesting and is expensive to park at, etc.

    Chamonix 45n1, Nikkor 90mm f/8 with an R25 filter, Ilford HP5+, dev'd in Pyrocat 1:1:100 for 10 minutes at 70F:

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