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    CF in Reflector

    Best use yet for a compact fluorescent bulb.

    4X5 T-Max, f186, Exposed for Zone VIII (Pentax Spot meter VIII on 19) 1 second, HC110 1:7. 67f for 7:25. Attached files

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    CF in Reflector

    no snow, no bridge, no river... but still a great pinholers work of art.

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    CF in Reflector

    That could be an album cover. Don't ask me for what kind of music. It's just sufficiently ambiguous.

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    CF in Reflector

    You had me going for awhile, Marv, when I read your notes. HC110 1:7 seems pretty strong until I realized that you are using stock solution, not the concentrate. I mix straight from the concentrate, and dilution H is 1:64.

    This is a cool image. I have not thought to point a camera at a light bulb, but then I don't shoot much indoors. This image has a nice concentric feeling to it.

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    CF in Reflector

    A really good abstract image.

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    CF in Reflector

    Quote Originally Posted by 560
    You had me going for awhile, Marv, when I read your notes. HC110 1:7 seems pretty strong until I realized that you are using stock solution, not the concentrate. I mix straight from the concentrate, and dilution H is 1:64.

    This is a cool image. I have not thought to point a camera at a light bulb, but then I don't shoot much indoors. This image has a nice concentric feeling to it.
    Thanks everybody. I think Dil. (b) is 1:32 from concentrate but don't quote me. I haven't done much inside either but the snow is gone, the mud is here and I feel like shooting something. Took me longer to clean out my "studio" than to make and process the negative :B......

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    CF in Reflector

    A really strong image Marv.

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