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06.01.20 - Davis Bay

one roll | twelve exposures | one moment
Davis Bay Series

This B&W series of photographs were taken of ‘davis bay’ on the sunshine coast last january with a vintage Rollieflex on 120 ilford film.  They were printed using traditional analogue processes.
After spending this past autumn fine tuning the chemistry to achieve the look I was after for larger 16*20 prints, this is my take of a spectacular moment at ‘davis bay’ as the world frolics about on a brilliant January morning.
This series will be exhibited at Redecor + Design in Sechelt, BC, Canada from January 9th to February 6th, 2020.
CAMERA                    | ROLLIEFLEX 3.5F
CAMERA LENS         | CARL ZEISS PLANAR 75MM
FILM                           | ILFORD H5P PLUS 120
FILM CHEMISTRY     | KODAK D-76
ENLARGER                | BESELER DICHRO 67
ENLARGER LENS      | SCHNEIDER – KREUZNACK 4/80
PAPER                        | ILFORD MULTIGRADE IV RC DELUXE PEARL
PAPER CHEMISTRY  | ILFORD HARMAN WARMTONE
LOCATION                 | DAVIS BAY, SUNSHINE COAST, BC
Series images can be viewed at davis bay series
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