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Margit's Home

Margit's Home
Remains of the cloister.
Brovira Brilliant BN111 with extended second tray (2min) + extended gold toning (1:30)

Graham Vasey, hfarreamlodnt, [esc27], Lischen and 10 other people have particularly liked this photo


8 comments - The latest ones
Alfred Magesacher
Alfred Magesacher
Ich glaube der Goldtoner muß schon ziemlich müde sein.
Jedenfalls ist das ein interessanter Farbton.
3 years ago.
Michael Hummel has replied to Alfred Magesacher
Alfred, frisch ist er wie gesagt nicht, ist aber auch eine Frage des Papiers, der Emulsion. Dieses Spätvierziger Brovira ist perfekt sauber und schluckt viel (die üblichen "problematischen" Kandidaten: Lith "E" und MT10), bei einem 60er Brovira (und gar keine glänzende Oberfläche) wäre das anständig in die Hose gegangen ...
3 years ago.
Antonio
Antonio
Interesting toning with gold on Brovira. I usually don't like gold too much, but you get the best out of it.
3 years ago.
Michael Hummel has replied to Antonio
Thanks Antonio, yes I'm fond of gold toning on those old broviras and some more, because of the muted/desaturated/drifted tones I can achieve; you know you get quiet maniatic about those aspects when you are printing a bit and, yes, we have to be men/women enough to say, no, those are not the natural colours, those are the colours which shall speak to you from my "b&w" print, and I chose them ;-)
3 years ago.
(*NIKonGT*)
(*NIKonGT*)
Wunderbare Tonung zu diesen schönen Steinen!
3 years ago.
Falling Thru The Lens ... Goodbye...
Falling Thru The Len…
Beautiful ... timeless.
3 years ago.
Wolfgang Kraus
Wolfgang Kraus
schön zart!
3 years ago.
Andrej Kutarna
Andrej Kutarna
Nicely put together...
3 years ago.