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Trees and Light


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Hassleblad, 150 Sonnar lens
Ilford FP4 125 iso
Developed in Kodak HC110


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Re: Trees and Light


I love trees and I like FP4, and naturally I like your image Martin, very nice soft light in this.

Funny enough I've just finished mounting my prints in album and realized most of my pictures are about trees emoticon
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Yes FP4 has a classic look, lovely smooth tones with a fine grain, I love the way it renders highlights,

Happy Xmas Martin

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Very smooth tonally I personally think that this type of image can't be appreciated on a computer screen,
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Beautiful.

Alan makes a good point, I would love to see the print.
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I think most images would look better bigger, especially types like this, on screen it looks really good, if I had the space I would print at the native size of 27inch square,

Thanks for your comments

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