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Nettleham Church

By WilliamRoar
I went out again with the large format Toyo-Field 45A. This time I used fresh film, which had not deteriorated like the previous occasion.

The Toyo-Field 45A is a large format bellows camera which features interchangeable backs and lenses. The bellows give a high degree of movement, which can be used as a tilt-shift lens. In this case I kept the camera parallel and lifted the front up to keep the verticals vertical.

Toyo Field 45A with 150mm and 90mm lenses (35mm equiv. 45mm and 28mm). Ilford FP4+ (45 sheet format). Developed in Paterson FX-39 at 1+14 for 12 minutes. Scanned by an Epson Perfection 2450 at 1200dpi.

Tags: Film Architecture Bellows Black and white Ilford Large format Fp4 Darkroon Rat

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KarenFB Plus
13 5.3k 175 England
2 Nov 2011 7:21PM
A brilliant capture - it must be really great fun using such a camera. Your results are brilliant, you've really captured the character of this old church.

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jamestheboy 10 447 5 United Kingdom
2 Nov 2011 8:57PM
I do like this one very good work







james Smile
MrsS 13 4.5k 18 England
2 Nov 2011 10:44PM
I agree with Karen, bags of character in this image! Smile

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