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A few from last weekend at Dry Sandford Pit.

All taken on Fomapan 400 using the Intrepid 5x4.

The stream and bridge

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Across the fen

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Mine workings (of mining bees), there were still one or two going in and out of some of the tunnels.

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Brilliant in the knowledge of what you achieve on older equipment and by using traditional methods of processing James..of which I understand none of !

 the first image has a great feel to it and is very sharp :)

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Great set James, I've just ordered a 5 pack of Kentmere 400asa Black & White Film 35mm 36exp for my Canon film camera, which I plan to use over the next few months. I'd love to process them myself but don't have the equipment or space...

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Thanks folks.

13 hours ago, Denis said:

Brilliant in the knowledge of what you achieve on older equipment and by using traditional methods of processing James

Actually the Intrepid is my newest camera (in terms of date of manufacture), a couple of years newer than my DSLR.

13 hours ago, Ryewolf said:

I'd love to process them myself but don't have the equipment or space...

Just remember to check that the lab does do B&W film, Boots and the like don't any more. Though I do process my own now, I can send you some addresses of labs that I know do to real B&W processing.

 

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