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Gloucester Cathedral

I finally got my enlarger sorted out and these are the prints from my trip to Gloucester Cathedral.

Taken with an Intrepid 5x4 Mk 2 and Schneider Super Angulon 90mm f/8 on Fomapan 100.
Printed on Ilford Warmtone FB Glossy and toned in Ilford Selenium toner.
Photos of the prints taken with my E-M5 and 45mm f/1.8


Gloucester Cathedral
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Gloucester Cathedral
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Re: Gloucester Cathedral

Stunning. The tonality is exemplary. Composition spot on too. Very pleasing photographs for sure.
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Re: Gloucester Cathedral

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Stunning. The tonality is exemplary. Composition spot on too. Very pleasing photographs for sure.
Thanks Paul.
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Re: Gloucester Cathedral

A lovely character in these shots.
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Re: Gloucester Cathedral

I especially like the atmosphere in #1
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Re: Gloucester Cathedral

Wow! That is a lovely selection Roger. The detail and tonality is a joy to behold.

Nice to see the results from a real film camera and wet prints for a change, even though we only see the digital representation here.

Do you have any others?
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Re: Gloucester Cathedral

Oops...delayed reaction, hadn't noticed the other comments on this post, sorry.

Anyway, thanks all. And Nigel, I only took four shots altogether in Gloucester Cathedral, these were the only two that I really liked so didn't print the others.

If you mean do I have any other wet prints - I don't get in the darkroom as much as I would like but yes I do have quite a few!
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Re: Gloucester Cathedral

Nice shots lovely building, visit when I go over to visit my daughter in Cheltenham.

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Nice shots lovely building, visit when I go over to visit my daughter in Cheltenham.
Although Gloucester's not that far away from us I'd never actually been to the Cathedral before. Definitely worth a visit.
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