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two lamps and a genie

Discussion in 'Black and White' started by chubasco, May 8, 2011.

  1. Lamp on left was bought in Bahrain, '98. Using Fomapan 100>200 Caffenol C-M,
    15 mins, 20C:

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    Kodak Signet 35

    Nice to be back, we had a 'little' storm in my area and am still clearing fallen
    trees and debris. Without power for 5 days and spent the time reading books
    by candle light at night.:biggrin:
  2. shtarka1


    Feb 1, 2008
    Incredible detail & IQ! Glad your ok!
  3. Thanks, Steve! :biggrin:
  4. sunmay


    Apr 29, 2010
    Glad to have you back with a perfect image, Bill.
  5. Thanks, Ky, great to be back! :smile:
  6. Hi Bill. Glad to see you're safe and back - with an appealing image.
    Hope you had some nice (paper) books laying around.
  7. Hello Bill - we missed you old chap! Glad you're OK, sorry to hear about the problems.

    And a very nice image to return with too - as I've said before, I love the way you use these film cameras, there's something very "right" about them, and you always have an interesting way of looking at things.
  8. Bart, thank you, yes, I have quite a library at home. It was candles that were
    a close call. :biggrin:

    Peter, thanks, too kind, very happy to be back and looking at all these great
    images I've missed! :cool: 
  9. Really like the grain, tone and contrast. I was wondering about your situation. Glad you are doing well!

  10. The detail and tones are amazing! Very cool image.
  11. goffer


    Nov 22, 2007
    San Diego
    Detail, tones, lighting, composition and grain are all superb! Very lovely image :) 
  12. kpstatz


    May 13, 2008
    Excellent image, Bill! (And glad you got your power back - the electrical, that is :) ).
  13. intruder61


    Dec 16, 2008
    just a super image Bill, mystical.
  14. Thanks, Samuel, still a lot of work to do, but we weathered the storm! :smile:

    Thank you, Alan!
  15. Ryan, thanks, having a developer that can be easily made from household
    ingredients, is a plus.

    :biggrin: Thanks, Klaus-Peter!

    Vin, too kind, thank you.
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