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    Images from India

    Hi all,

    I recently returned from India on a 2 week trip. I took a number of images with 35mm and since my darkroom isn't quite finished yet, I had a local lab process them.

    I plan on making a traveling show from a reduced number of the images I have here.. http://www.RobertHall.com/India

    These are poor scans from the negs but I think they convey well what I saw and felt.

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    All 35mm, HP5 developed in Xtol. Ran though no less than 6 airport scanners with no loss in image quality. (New York, Paris, Chennai)

    I hope they convey to you the wonders I saw while I was there.

    Enjoy,
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    What NO Velvia!!!! Robert, you should be taken out and shot at sunrise.

    Great images, thanks for sharing.
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    Great photos, Robert! I can't wait to see some of your results from printing yourself. Those are some terrific photos, and really convey a sense of place.

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    Hi Robert

    You have captured in such a short time a series of beautiful Images.
    Your work is very gentle and respectful of the people and landscape and it conveys what I think of the people I have met from India and their decendants. I would love to see these images in a series once you have spent time editing and printing them onto nice paper.
    well done

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    Thanks for sharing them Robert. Super images!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    What NO Velvia!!!! Robert, you should be taken out and shot at sunrise.

    Great images, thanks for sharing.
    Don't you mean the "Magic Hour"? lol

    And BTW, what's Velvia?
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    Great photos Robert!!!
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    Wonderful images, Robert! I, too, would love to see this in a series once you have had the time to print them yourself.

    Hope you enjoyed your trip. From my brief encounter with Chennai I can say that it is a cleaner city than most Indian cities.


    Regards,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall
    And BTW, what's Velvia?
    It's the lastest in B&W film, uses a new process called "E6". What makes it so valuable, is that all the colors are not bleached away.
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    I acutually do have some color, but it was more documentary work. I leave that color stuff to the experts.
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