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Photographing the British countryside

There is a strong trend within modern landscape photography to embellish, to fortify and to dramatize what is seen. It is the contemporary paradigm, a modern form of romanticism. Perhaps digital photography and post processing naturally leads to this.

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Adox Silvermax with Rodinal 1:50

A diary note: Some say that you should stick to one film/developer combination for a few years to get to know their intricacies. I’m not in that camp, as I like to play. Most of the time I use Ilford FP4, HP5 or XP2 Super. I’m not too fussy because most of the work in rendering a nice picture is done in the darkroom. What motivates me most when taking a photograph is to position the exposure so that I end up with a range of printing options.

Today I looked at Silvermax with Rodinal diluted at 1:50 at 20C.

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Wheelbarrow and Stone

Leica M-A; Old Elmar 35mm; Ilford HP5 in HC110
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