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    Quote Originally Posted by totalamateur View Post
    +1, When you don't have a helmet on wear dark sunglasses, Sunscreen can help, but I've gotten a sun burned even after as little as 5 minutes of Mig Welding.
    Yes, when I was taken welding classes, I got a nasty triangle shaped sunburn atop my chest from wearing a v-neck shirt one day. Basically the area below my facemask and above my apron.

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    RESULTS :D

    exposure 1/8 @ f11
    Ilford fp4 developed in d76 1+1

    Thanks everyone for your advice...
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    Padrísima.

    Felicidades!

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    Don't be afraid to use a little flash, especially a slow or rear-sync. This can help to freeze your subject while still allowing the arc trails to register on your film.
    Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada

    Ansel Adams had the Zone System... I'm working on the points system. First I points it here, and then I points it there...

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    Picture turned out great ,Hector.Could use a little full flash or some to tone down contrast inbackground.
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