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Watts Cemetery

By arhb      
My first outing to shoot some architecture with my Bronica ETRS film camera.
I used an orange filter to achive the dark blue sky / light red brick colour of the building.
Shot with Ilford PanF 50, then developed in Ilford DD-X for standard time.

Scanned with 5D2 dslr, and retouched(mainly dust/hairs etc from scanning) in PS.

Tags: Film Architecture Black and white Ilford film Bronica etrs orange filter dd-x

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30 Apr 2017 9:26PM
Terrific Mono. Nice to see how film can still hold it's own against Digital.
Don

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30 Apr 2017 9:30PM

Quote:Terrific Mono. Nice to see how film can still hold it's own against Digital.
Don


Thanks Don - totally agree. There's something about the signature you get from a film that can only be emulated with digital, but not reproduced.
1 May 2017 1:20AM
Superb mono *****

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