Ullswater - That Boathouse

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  1. D_M_J

    D_M_J New Member Registered User

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    A couple taken back in August whislt staying up at Ullswater. Got up early to catch the sunrise, mainly to try some 6x12 velvia shots, but also took these b&w's. Taken with the Shen Hao HZX45 11A, Ilford Delta 100, Developed in HC-110 (B), the first with a 150mm Sinar sinaron S and the second with 90mm Rodenstock, both will have used a filter or two.

    [​IMG]Ullswater_boathouse_LF-1 by David M Jones, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Ullswater_boathouse_LF-2 by David M Jones, on Flickr
     
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    The smooth tones of these images are really nice. I recently tried this film/developer combination in a different format with very pleasing results.
    Alex.
     
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    Wow, I love them!
    Especially the first one!!
     
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    Lovely soft tones in both images, I prefer the first only for its better composition, did you use any filtering ?
     
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    Two nice images David with the first being my favourite.
     
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    D_M_J New Member Registered User

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    Thanks for the comments!

    Thanks. Delta 100/HC-110 were the combination I started with (as 120 film), tried a few more since but keep going back.

    Thanks. I don't recall exactly what filters were used, likely to have been a yellow and/or an ND grad.

    Cheers,
    David.
     
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    I love the first one, lovely tones and composition
     
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    First one for me David but both are exquisite, lovely tones throughout.

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    Lovely images. I know this area well, and have taken lots of images in the area, but none show it quite as nicely as these do. Very nice,

    Garry
     
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    Thanks Carl.

    Thanks Andy, much appreciated!

    Thanks Garry. Was my first time photographing around Ullswater... would have been rude not to get the boathouse :)

    Cheers,
    David
     
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