More B&W from the Canal

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  1. PlasticSpanner

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    1/ Canal House

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    2/ Way in?

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    3/ Stone steps

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    4/ Little Iron Bridge

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    Did you print these? They are quite good. I like the "film look" here with the noise in the first one. #3 is my favo(u)rite.
     
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    Thanks!:thumbup:

    Printed 2, 3 and 4. These are all about the same density so printing is easy after the test strip!:D

    No 1 was scanned from the negatives after I spent the best part of 1 hour getting the scanner to do B&W!:x
     
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    That's what I do, then if its a bit darker on the contact sheet just add a couple of seconds :lol:
     
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    Love #2 :thumbsup:

    Really...

    a lot!
     
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    I'm guessing this is ilford paper, hopefully i'm right
     
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    Well it's labelled as Jessops but I'm sure it's really Ilford!:er:
     
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    wow... 2 is great... i really like the framing of that one, found my eye starting onthe left side, and traveling clockwise through the piece and ending trying to figure out the space on the left side. Cool shot.
     
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    #2 & #4 are great mate ...

    #2 has the edge though. Very industrial. How about a slight sepia tone and it'd look as if it had been shot in the 1900s.
     
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    excellent Chris! even without the sepia toning they look vintage.
     

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