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Saturday 30 November 08 by ash Saturday 30 November 08 by ash
(continued)

The best thing about this series thing is I don't have to think of clever titles :) (Smile) This is a detail shot of that imposing facebrick building in shot #6.

Oh yeah I ran out of trusty Neopan 400 about now so decided to try out a roll of Agfa Scala which I've had for ages and been meaning to check out. It's a black and white slide film, nominal speed 200, which can apparently be rated anywhere from 100 to 1600.

Surrey Quays, London, November 2002
Canon EOS 300, Agfa Scala rated 250 processed as 400, scanned slide
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talamia Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2002   Photographer
I love these facebrick building photos of yours, the texture surface of the wall is just amazing to work with, it seems, or perhaps it's just your amazing ability to capture them so well :) (Smile) They have such character on their own that no, you need not try to give us details - the facebricks tell their own story......
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ghostchild Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2002
Wonderful photo. The contrast really gives the building a harsh tone. Great work.
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ZirTuan Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2002  Hobbyist Photographer
I love the texture in this, so indifferent from the rest of the photographs i've seen. :D (Big Grin)
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braig Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2002   Photographer
the contrast is so amazing on this.
the rusted window bars make for an interesting subject.
this has been captured perfectly, given the mood of the scene.
excellent work.
keep it up :) (Smile) .
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