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    Duck Still-Life, Harman DPP

    Using my recently acquired Fujinon 135-5.6 lens on the Speed Graphic, this is another still-life using Harman's DPP. Indirect north light plus some halogen fill lighting. 8 second exposure.

    ~Joe


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    very nice long tonal range and contrast.
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    Nice, was this pre-flashed?
    "Art is is a picture of some dude I never met smoking under a lamppost at 6400 ISO and in BW."

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    looks great.
    what dev process did you use?

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    Thanks for your comments.

    Exposure was EI=3, metered at the brightest part of the duck and placed at +1/3EV, 8 second exposure under indirect north-facing daylight + some halogen fill lighting from a work light placed across the room from the setup.

    Yes, this was preflashed (7.5 watt, 120vac frosted white lamp through 5mm aperture at 30" above paper for 3.5 seconds).

    Development was 5.5ml Ilford PQ concentrate in 75ml H2O at 68f for 3 minutes in Jobo rotary test print development drum (rotated by hand, I don't have a motorized base).

    ~Joe



 

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