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Thank you. I did get some colour shots of the beach huts too, but the milkdly threatening sky seemed to suit B&W better when the sun went in.How would you compare HP5 to Delta 400?
Really like the look of 16 & 17. In fact the whole contact sheet seems timeless. Could easily have been taken 50 Septembers ago! Nice to see B&W beach huts too.
Thanks Ian. #8 had quite a heavy purple cast to it and has had a bit more work than the others (and it's still visible in the shadows). I did think abot removing the foreground shadow in #11 too, but then decided against it. I'm not sure it adds anything (other than, as you mention, a distraction), but something in my head told me to leave it be. I honestly can't tell you why other than it 'felt' right to leave it for some reason.So apparently, humans see green really well because of jungles and food and predators etc. I watched Fargo (TV series with Billy Bob)
I wonder if that's why I was annoyed by the greens in my Ektachrome. Frame 6 looks pretty spot on to me though and as I'd expect that scene to look. The rest of the roll has a Portra-esque look to it although the reds & blues on 8 look really really nice. The tree in 10 looks typical of Ektachrome green though. I very much like 11 - only that shadow on the bottom edge spoiling it (for me).
Nice collection Nige.
Thanks Chris.Me too, #2 and #4 appear to have overall muted tones with a few spots of more vibrant colours which I really like.
Yeah, I like frame 8. It has a certain connection between the ice cream and the couple in the background. The colours of their clothes math the ice cream, and the guy looks like he might have enjoyed a cornet or two in his lifetime.Some nice compositions in there Nige. Frame 8 looks particularly nice.
I think both frames #5 & #8 have been in Show us yer film shots (and maybe the Crucible picture too, though I can't be sure without checking).Whoa on the reds! Any guesses as to the subject in frame 15? Anyone, anyone, Bueller?
Have I seen frame 8 before too? Has a real Gursky-esque feel to it IMO, and I really like it. I also lol'd at 14. Both my grandparents were huge snooker fans and falling asleep on the carpet in front of the fire watching snooker is a fond childhood memory.
Thanks Ian.I'm guessing Adonol is some sort of Rodinal derivative? What are your thoughts vs DD-X and is this a temporary switch to something else?
The Oly roll looks really nice with 26 ^ 30 looking quite majestic. Good to see some pylon shots too.
Will you be making a book of your sheets at the end of the year do you think?
Thanks. I'd not really considered the Drama Sign as having an alternate possibility until you said that. It's nice when people see things in a photo that you (even as the person who made it) might have missed.Trees, architecture and a mirror selfie. What's not to like?
The "Drama" sign on the church made me smile. Very nice. Really like #12 though. Because of the WLF it doesn't look like a selfie.
Another great series of images Nige. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Paul. The guy fishing was giving me slightly concerned looks as I set the shot up for that one. I gave him a friendly wave afterward sthough.In the Lomo CN sheet, I think the lighting on frame 6 looks interesting.
For the HP5, the tree shots (frames 7,8 & 12) look good.
Thanks Chris. I can't remember if I already posted it in Show Us Yer Film Shots or not, but here's the full size version...I find frame 11 of sheet #69 really striking, the central post with the asymmetric wires is well composed