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Post by Ernst-Ulrich Schafer »

"Blast from the Past" When I lst moved to Port Angeles, back in 1989, this was one of the lst images I made. It was on the outside wall of the Driftwood Inn (now the Royal Inn). Back in the Wet Darkroom Days. I would buy a 250 count of Kodak Post Card Paper and used those for proofing.
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This was back with my Nikon FM2 w/ 35mm lens, a combo I used for a good 15 years. Ilford HP5, my go to BW film.
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Ernst-Ulrich Schafer wrote:"Blast from the Past" When I lst moved to Port Angeles, back in 1989, this was one of the lst images I made. It was on the outside wall of the Driftwood Inn (now the Royal Inn). Back in the Wet Darkroom Days. I would buy a 250 count of Kodak Post Card Paper and used those for proofing.


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Very nice, Ernst.
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Post by minniev »

The ability to make an artistic image out of a piece of artwork is rare, but you appear to have had that gift for quite a while. Thanks for reminding us that it is possible to do so. Most of us simply settle for documentation images of such things.
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Post by Charles Haacker »

I love her! I especially love that dramatic texture lighting with the long shadow! (OK)
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Post by St3v3Murray »

Amazingly simple, amazingly beautiful! S-
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