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    Squires Castle

    A shot of Squires Castle, that I had done some time ago. I was a little disappointed that I didn’t frame the shot very well. The “upper doorway” is also arched, and it would have been nice to get that in as well... I think I was still in the process of figuring out the camera at the time.

    8x10 - 135mm - f.276
    Ilford HP5, D76, “camera scan”, adjusted brightness/contrast in PS.

    Squires Castle_8207.jpg

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    Lenses are for the weak.

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    Nice shot all the same, Don.

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    You'll just have to go back and do it again. Nice exposure and processing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by earlj View Post
    You'll just have to go back and do it again. Nice exposure and processing!
    Going back is not a problem, I live about 10 minutes away! It used to be one of my two favorite places to go, and try and find something new… or a different way to shoot it.

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    Another"Well done"chiming in with what the others have said.

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