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Calgary Bow River Views

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    Shot on Ilford HP5+ film, Canon 35 mm f/2 lens,

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    Wonderful treat to see these Mbrager! So cool what a texture film has. I miss it dearly.
    Gold on shot 3 - The comp slays here - everything works - One thing leads to another...smoothly.
    Silver shot 5 - Lovely layers and tones here - well processed. In my darkroom days, I could have spent several hours on this one image - getting all the tones just right.
    Bronze shot 2 - This could have made it to Silver - But it has no ducks. Also the deepest blacks look a bit underexposed. They look dodgeable to my eye though.

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