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Homepage feature Art Ltd, 2 June 2011

 

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Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Kodak T MAX 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 19.5ºC 10 mins dev time (reduced from the recommended 12 mins), constant agitation for first minute then 15 seconds every 2 minutes after.

 

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My ongoing fascination with Dungeness continues. I am fortunate to live only about 20 minutes away and I hope to get to the stage where I have a shot like this of all the houses there - there aren't that many so it's a reasonably modest quest... ;)

 

PS - This place was valued in 2009 as £265,000. To the left you can see the Nuclear Power Station...

  

If you get half a minute, here is my Dungeness set.

 

A repost to *ahem* fix an artefact issue, thanks for your patience :)

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Kodak Ektar 100 (B&W conversion)

 

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Blurring the line between work and play. :)

 

There is a famous quote by Arnold Toynbee similar to this, just cannot remember exactly how it goes, but I feel him despite the fact! :)

Inspired by the very excellent work of Matt Toynbee

A re-edited version of an earlier shot very kindly processed by Matt Toynbee. Matt is a incredible photographer and one of the nicest people i have never met! I urge you to check out his stream if you haven't already. He also has a website: matthewtoynbee.net please have a look - you won't be disappointed!

 

I took this shot back in April. It was about 8 o clock and getting dark. This was a long exposure, I was stood on the Jetty and the tide was coming in!

 

I would have loved to have stayed longer so I could have experimented with the light but nature was stronger than me and I had to abandon the Jetty and retreat to dry land!

 

One from last nights shoot with some great company, Matt Toynbee, Shane Turnbull & Abu Obaidah. Thanks for a great afternoon and evening gents.

More from Calais...

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Fujifilm Acros Neopan 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (1200ml) 22ºC 9 mins dev time, constant agitation for first 15 seconds then 2 agitations every 60 seconds.

 

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Hi everyone :)

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Kodak T MAX 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 20.5ºC 10 mins dev time, constant agitation for first minute then 15 seconds every 2 minutes after.

 

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Had a great photography trip to Belgium last weekend, the day was tiring, especially the driving, however it was great to meet up with fellow photographers and explore the country.

 

Hope you like the results...

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Kodak T-Max 100 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (1200ml) 20ºC 10 mins dev time, constant agitation for first 15 seconds then 2 agitations every 60 seconds.

 

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Canon SLR, P6 Mount CZ Flektogon 50mm f/4 MC (tilt adapted)

 

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Second attempt at split tone processing in Lightroom, always refreshing with new ideas (Flickr contact Matt Toynbee does some fantastic work in that field).

 

The double bridges leading into Kristiansand from the east have become quite a landmark for me. I've shot numerous shot down here, but think it's the first upload featuring the brdiges as main object (seen in the background before - see comments field).

 

This is processed from a shot last winter that I saved on my camera for a year. I learned from this that the low exposures I appreciate so much (and work so well) on jpg's produces heavy noise on raw-files.

Update June 2011: This photograph was accepted into the official selection in the 2011 PX3 competition. Wish me luck! :)

  

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Ilford Delta 100, ID-11 (stock) 20.5ºC 8 mins.

 

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Continuing my medium format work, I've been experimenting with metering and decided to ditch my metering prism which on the Pentacon Six acts as a viewfinder and meter, and use hand metering instead.

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Kodak T MAX 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 19.5ºC 10 mins dev time (reduced from the recommended 12 mins), constant agitation for first minute then 15 seconds every 2 minutes after.

 

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Toynbee tile at 33rd & Broadway

One from a French trip last Sunday - this one from Wimereax.

 

Hope you all are well and having a good "Summer" :)

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Fujifilm Acros 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 23ºC 8.5 mins dev time, constant agitation for first minute then for 5 seconds on each minute following.

 

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Been a long time no upload, so am glad to be back. I have been having a natural break from photography over the Winter which was extended due to my Mac going to the big Apple Store in the sky.

 

Hopefully I will start to build up my uploads again and it would be great to chat to my Flickr friends again.

 

Matt

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/2.8 80mm Biometar, Fujifilm Acros 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 20ºC 9 mins dev time, constant agitation for first minute then for 5 seconds on each minute following.

 

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About the only thing we ever learn from history is that we never learn from history. (Arnold Toynbee, historian)

One from a French trip last Sunday - this one from Wimereaux.

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Fujifilm Acros 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 23ºC 8.5 mins dev time, constant agitation for first minute then for 5 seconds on each minute following.

 

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Group meet in Dungeness with Shane Turnbull Matt Toynbee, Angela Abbott. Jamie Sharpe.Great day, Great company, weather did not turn up though.

Continuing my medium format work, I've started using Kodak HC-110 developer which is a gloopy orange syrup, much cheaper to use than Ilford chems and used by Ansel Adams. Using an unofficial dilutiion (1:62), named H I doubled the development time (from dilution B) and the results are amazing, nice fine grain and nice sharp scans. I'm pretty sure this is now my favourite developer so far, and I can see why Ansel liked it so much....

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Kodak T-Max 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 20.1ºC (coldest running water I could get) 12 mins dev time, agitation first 10 seconds of every minute.

 

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Hope you are all well. If I don't post again before 2012, Happy Christmas to everyone! :)

 

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Taken yesterday on the way back from Winchelsea, I spotted a power lines shot and got the Pentacon Six on the tripod and wandered into a field to set up and then noticed these two swans. My TL light meter ran out of battery on the P6 and had to resort to hand metering with my trusty £8 Jessops meter. I edged closer and closer trying not to scare them but they were feeding from the ground and I knew I needed them to raise their heads up to nail the shot. I took my car keys and tapped them gently on the tripod which alerted them and "CLICK!" :D

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Kodak T-Max 100, Perceptol 1:3 20.5ºC 19mins.

 

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For some reason I am getting a strange blue color cast in this one. ;)

 

Actually, I have been heavily inspired by Matt Toynbee's subtle use of color in his split tone landscapes. Blasphemy, you say? Check out his work and see for yourself.

Groyne Study 1: St Malo, France.

Sigma 10-20, Canon 450D, B&W Circular Polariser

1/100sec F9.0

 

Credit to Matt Toynbee for his inspirational use of Split Toning Technology:

 

www.flickr.com/photos/26414960@N00/

Had a great day last weekend touring around North France with some fellow photographers. More shots to come...

 

Zero2000 Pinhole, Fujifilm Acros Neopan 100 120 format , Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 20ºC 11 mins dev time, constant agitation for first 15 seconds then 2 agitations every 60 seconds.

 

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Title: Researches, tending to prove the non-vascularity and the peculiar uniform mode of organization and nutrition of certain animal tissues : viz. articular cartilage, and the cartilage of the different classes of fibro-cartilage, the cornea, the crystalline lens, and the vitreous humour, and the epidermoid appendages

Creator: Toynbee, Joseph, 1815-1866

Creator: Brodie, Benjamin Collins, Sir, 1783-1862

Creator: Royal College of Surgeons of England

Publisher: London : Printed by R. and J.E. Taylor

Sponsor: Jisc and Wellcome Library

Contributor: Royal College of Surgeons of England

Date: 1841

Language: eng

Description: 'From the Philosophical Transactions, Part II. for 1841'

'Communicated by Sir Benjamin C. Brodie' - p. 159

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A shot from a brief visit to Boscombe Pier in the rain. Handheld shot with the Pentacon Six.

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Fujifilm Acros 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 20ºC 9 mins dev time, constant agitation for first minute then for 5 seconds on each minute following.

 

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Last one from this spot in Calais ;)

 

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Thanks for your continued support :O)

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Fujifilm Acros 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 20ºC 9 mins dev time, constant agitation for first 15 seconds then 2-3 agitations on each minute following.

 

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Happy Halloween everyone! :)

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/2.8 80mm Biometar, B+W ND-110, Fujifilm Acros Neopan 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (1200ml) 20ºC 11 mins dev time, constant agitation for first 15 seconds then 2 agitations every 60 seconds.

 

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Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon, Fujifilm Acros 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 20ºC 9 mins dev time, constant agitation for first minute then for 5 seconds on each minute following.

 

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Had a great day out in Bruges last weekend with some good friends. This was taken in one of the few quiet areas just off the main square.

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon, Fujifilm Acros 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 21ºC, 9 mins dev time, constant agitation for 30 seconds then for 5 seconds on each minute following.

 

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“The supreme accomplishment is to blur the line between work and play.” - Arnold Toynbee

 

inspired by the HBW series of Nanayof2

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Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/2.8 80mm Biometar, Fujifilm Acros 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 20ºC (cooled from 24ºC with 3 ice cubes) 9 mins dev time, constant agitation for first minute then for 5 seconds on each minute following.

 

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Finally I got to see one, and for those who don't know, go watch this Documentary - vimeo.com/139745603

First shot from a foreign country.

 

Had the great pleasure of joining Matt Toynbee & Jon Strange & Pete on a wonderful day in Belgium.

 

Warning there will be more shots of this beautiful canal to come but wanted to share a experimental shot kindly shown to me by Jon so i thought i give it a whirl and got some interesting results :)

 

Press L to view on black :)

 

Hope you like :)

(Copyright :copyright: 2017 K Harwin)

 

This is taken from Harwich looking over at Felixstowe docks.

Not my normal shot but loved the light and the clouds.

Taken with Matt Toynbee.

 

Equipment & Settings Used.

 

Camera: Canon EOS 70D

Lens: Canon EF-S 17-55mm F/2.8 IS USM

Exposure: 1/400 Sec

Aperture: f/11

Focal Length: 37 mm

ISO Speed: 100

Software: Adobe Lighroom CC

 

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Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/2.8 80mm Biometar, Fujifilm Acros 100, Kodak HC-110 Dilution H (1:62) (600ml) 20ºC (cooled from 24ºC with 3 ice cubes) 9 mins dev time, constant agitation for first minute then for 5 seconds on each minute following.

 

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Starting to realise the incredible scale of Medium format scanning, this one I have scanned at 4800dpi, giving me a 10,000 X 10,000 pixels image (1GB file), and that isn't even the maximum I can do but I suspect my Mac will not cope with the post-processing. ;)

 

Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss MC f/4 50mm Flektagon Jena DDR, Kodak T-Max 100, Perceptol 1:3 22ºC 16mins.

 

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(Copyright © 2011 K Harwin)

 

Highest Explore Position: 196

 

This was taken from a day out in Southend with Matt Toynbee.

 

And guess what! This was hand held. It felt good just shooting some images instead of setting up my tripod. lol

 

The weather was very kind to us.

Enjoyed the long walk onto the Pier but there isn’t much there. Nice view looking back though.

 

Equipment & Settings Used.

 

Camera: Canon EOS 550D

Lens: EF 70-200mm f/4 L USM

Exposure: 0.003 sec (1/400)

Aperture: f/16.0

Focal Length: 70 mm

ISO Speed: 100

 

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Title: Pathological and surgical observations on the diseases of the ear

Creator: Toynbee, Joseph, 1815-1866

Creator: Bright, Richard, 1789-1858

Creator: Royal College of Surgeons of England

Publisher: London : Printed by Richard Kinder

Sponsor: Jisc and Wellcome Library

Contributor: Royal College of Surgeons of England

Date: 1841

Language: eng

Description: 'From the twenty-fourth volume of the Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, published by the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London'

'Communicated by Richard Bright' - p. [3]

This material has been provided by The Royal College of Surgeons of England. The original may be consulted at The Royal College of Surgeons of England

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A month before I took a pinhole image of this scene. Since then, one of the huts has been removed. A good example of how photography is not just an art but a recording of a moment in time, and some moments that can never be repeated.

 

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- Pentacon Six TL - Carl Zeiss 50mm Flektogon - Kodak Ektar 100

 

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This is another image taken at Calais in France with Matt Toynbee, Sean Harding and Stuart Ball.

 

We went over to France to find new photography subjects as Kent had been done so many times and needed new places to find.

 

Love the shadows and tone of this but know it will not be to everyone’s taste.

 

Again thanks to Matt for a great day & will bring more Mars bars next time, I don’t think ten bars was enough. lol

 

Equipment & Settings Used.

 

Camera: Canon EOS 60D

Lens: Sigma 10-20mm F/4-5.6 EX DC HSM

Exposure: 0.01 sec (1/100)

Aperture: f/16.0

Focal Length: 20 mm

ISO Speed: 100

Tripod: Giottos 9351B

Tripod Head: Giottos MH1300-621 Ball Head

 

VIEW ON BLACK

 

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I wanted to call this Photographer's Block because I've been battling with my work over the last month or two, constantly trying to remind myself why I ventured into film; because it is hard sometimes. However when shots like this come out as I want them it can be very rewarding. I suppose the title reflects my determination to overcome this period of uninspired inactivity. The only solution I can think of is to go out and start shooting, something, anything. I've always liked the idea of going to one location then choose a small area and concentrate just in that one place. Many locations can be distracting and I am always trying to shoot and move on. But I think sometimes this is not constructive.

 

Anyway hope you are all well, sorry for my lack of attendance on Flickr lately hopefully my uploads will start to pick up again.

 

Canon SLR, P6 Mount CZ Flektogon 50mm f/4 MC (tilt adapted), Kodak T-Max 100, Kodak HC-110 (H) for 11 mins at 20.6ºC

  

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Group meet in Dungeness with Shane Turnbull Matt Toynbee, Angela Abbott. Jamie Sharpe.Great day, Great company, weather did not turn up though.

The supreme accomplishment is to blur the line between work and play ~ Arnold J Toynbee

Probably my last shot from Southwold - same marker as before, just a different composition!

 

Along with some of my contacts here on flickr, I received an email yesterday morning to say my entries for PX3 (Prix De La Photographie Paris) px3.fr/ had been chosen as part of the "Px3 Official Selection for 2011". I'm absolutely over the moon to have been selected, and to have my shots included alongside images from the likes of Matt Toynbee, Joel Tjintjelaar, and maxxsmart amongst others is a great achievement for me!

 

Congratulations and good luck to everyone who made it through!

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