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    Panarus biarmicus Moderator (Sports) SmartWombat's Avatar
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    too late for window light

    But I thought I'd share.
    Rather old, these.
    One while my dad was still working, and one after he retired.

    My own developing, with my own chemicals, made up to formula form the Ilford book of photography.
    Both Zenith-E with 50mm f/2 lens.
    You can see in the later photo I improved a bit.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails too late for window light-km1.jpg   too late for window light-56-32.jpg  
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    Re: too late for window light

    Hey Paul, I really like these shots! And yes, the second one seems to have deeper shadows and better contrast.

    Your father is an extremely photogenic subject.

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    Re: too late for window light

    Quote Originally Posted by SmartWombat
    But I thought I'd share.
    My own developing, with my own chemicals, made up to formula form the Ilford book of photography.
    Both Zenith-E with 50mm f/2 lens.
    You can see in the later photo I improved a bit.
    totally awesome. They are both great just because you started chemically from scratch, not to mention they are of your dad. Handmade from scratch, you guided those prints through hundreds of possibilities to where they are now. Thats the way I think about negs. That second shot reminds me of the photography of Weegee. I had a book of his photographs and they had the same kind of feel to them. That is a timeless shot.

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