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    Finally got my filmstrip back and after vetting have chosen the more atmospheric of the several images shot on Pinhole Day.

    • Song of the water: Papermill Falls & Barwon River, Geelong
    Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, 29th April 2012.

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    Only one pic could be submitted, which is kind of a shame. Another one that I actually like more for the history of a grand old 1890s home in ruins; this once would have been the entry through the cottage garden to the house beyond.


    • If a gate could talk... — Barwarre, Geelong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour View Post
    • If a gate could talk... — Barwarre, Geelong

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    I really like this one, great angle
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    I like the gate also. Good shot, appropriate for pinhole and/or other film camera.

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    I made pt/pd/au prints from the negatives yesterday (scanned version of negatives on page 4 of this thread) . They came out quite nice and match the scans very closely. When I get a chance to scan the actual prints I'll post them. Hopefully the scans will do justice to the prints. The negatives HP5 were exposed using my Gossen Ultra Pro and converting with the Ilford exposure calculator. Film was developed in ID11 1:1 and printed on Arches Platine. My version of a viewfinder also seemed to work pretty good.

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    Here are the scanned pt/pd/au prints. No manipulation other than size for smaller files to post here. The two horizontals were rotated to be horizontal. I'm anxious to do more as soon as I get a chance.


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    pt/pd/au ?? Can you explain for the layman please?

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    I'm going to guess platinum palladium and gold.
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    Yes, platinum (potassium chloroplatinite solution), palladium (palladium chloride solution) and gold (gold chloride solution). The combination of the three metals I use is mixed with an equal part of ferric oxalate solution and slightly diluted with distilled water. The paper of choice is hand coated and when dry is contact printed under ultraviolet light. It is developed in a solution of ammonium citrate and then cleared in three successive EDTA with citric acid and sodium sulfite baths and then washed with filtered water. Air dried image up on fiberglass screens.

    There are other chemical combinations that are used but those are the ones that I use.

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    This was my contribution to World Pinhole Day. The color one of the scale was my actual submission. I just liked the lines in the image. a close second was the shack with the fence. a hard decision to choose.

    The color image of the scale was on Kodak Ektar 100 at 5 seconds with a Zero Image 12F multi format camera. The B&W image was on Across for about 8 seconds, earlier in the morning, using the same camera. The B&W one was at 6x7 or 6x9, I forget.

    Hope you like them.

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    Nicely done, Lee. I actually prefer the B&W one, but I'm a B&W guy. I will post mine tonight or tomorrow. And we will see each other's in the Ohio page on the website.

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