Glen Affric

Ilford Pan F+ developed in Rodinal.

Photographic print on Ilford Multigrade RC paper

Glen Affric, Scotland, February 2013

9 Replies to “Glen Affric”

  1. 2me4art says:

    stunned to see the word Hasselblad. That is one of the camera’s I learn on as an older child. Do you develop & print your own work or is there someone in the world that processes the film for you? It’s a great shot.-amy


    • John Pickles says:

      Hi Amy. I believe there are still a few labs that will develop black and white film!! I process and print my own because, a) it’s far cheaper and b) I like to have control over the process. Glad you like the shot and thanks for taking the time to comment. John


  2. paulscribbles says:

    Fabulous work John. Nice to see film being used so well.


    • John Pickles says:

      Thanks Paul. I’m still on quite a steep learning curve especially when it comes to printing in the darkroom!
      I enjoyed visiting your site – some really good photo’s there. Cheers John


      • paulscribbles says:

        Thanks John. I know it’s hard to see the real quality once scanned but the images look great and I ‘d say you are well along the right track. The last time I was in a darkroom was in the Scouts 40 plus years ago. All my film work was developed by a company in Sheffield, Peak Images. I’ve been too busy with my main work to set up a darkroom although I have enough kit to set up two!!! Perhaps this year I’ll get around to it.I’ve added you to my blogs I follow list so I can keep seeing the wonderful photography.


  3. Beautiful composition and clarity John. Love the perfect reflection. After scrolling through the reader and seeing so many out of focus images of both feet and food, yours is so refreshingly good. Excellent shot.



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