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Posted By: venzi3, 09-10-2016, 07:14 PM

Photograph taken with Pentax 6x7 on Ilford FP4 Plus film in Kelowna.

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Really great job on this beautiful black & white photo. I do like the perspective generated by the boardwalk.
Many thanks for uploading.

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A wonderful shot indeed! Works great in the square format.

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Really great job on this beautiful black & white photo. I do like the perspective generated by the boardwalk.
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Thanks Tony! I really appreciate your thoughts and comments.

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There is just something about film. Love this shot.
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QuoteOriginally posted by venzi3 Quote
Thanks Tony! I really appreciate your thoughts and comments.
I would like to know if you had used any kind of filter for this shot. I use Ilford HP5 and I also place a Hoya 25A Red Filter. size 52mm., and it truly enhances the photograph. Again, very nicely done.

Rgds,

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I would like to know if you had used any kind of filter for this shot. I use Ilford HP5 and I also place a Hoya 25A Red Filter. size 52mm., and it truly enhances the photograph. Again, very nicely done.

Rgds,

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For this I used a polarizing filter on my pentax 55mm f4 to try and get most of the clouds to pop. Thanks again for your interest Tony.
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