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Report - Clipstone Colliery on 35mm - December 2012

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Shatners, Apr 4, 2014.

  1. Shatners

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    Clipstone Colliery

    December 2012 I had a wander around Clipstone on a solo visit, bumping into pikes and having to rush off just as the good light arrived!

    I took a set my DSLR and banged three rolls of Ilford HP5 400 through my Canon A1 35mm as well.

    I didn't get the film developed as half of my digital shots were blurry due to lack of tripod on the day despite taking them at ISO 3200 so I assumed the 35mm would be worse at just 400, also I was swapping from one camera to the other taking similar shots so thought it would all be a bit samey.

    Any road out.... if you didn't know, Clipstone has had wan beeeelion dollars just spent on security for some unfathomable reason and is now pretty much impenetrable so with no chance of a return visit I got my film developed end of last week... 27 out of 98 shots were useable and quite a few bits I hadn't realised I hadn't taken with the DSLR so here we go...

    Clipstone is lovely and as a local I'm sad I probably won't get to have a mooch around inside again...... Ta for looking



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  2. Muttley

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    Good work.
     
  3. The Franconian

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    nice photos, look good in b&w
     
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    Some stunners there mate :thumb
     
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    that ilford is bang on. beauts.
     
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    Wow, great shots man :thumb I need to go see this place soon.
     
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    Bumming that, I like it there. Looks great on film :)
     
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    Really nice set there mate, loving the B&W :thumb
     
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    love the b&w shots
     
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    Top photos, and whilst I take nothing away from the photographer, Canon A1, Ilford HP5 (that can be pushed to 1500 ASA (i think)) shows sometimes old stuff still gives great results. Cracking shots. I wish I'd never got rid of mine now.....
     
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    Smashing set :)
     
  13. Shatners

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    Cheers all... I've got three rolls of film from Coalite I've not had developed so need to get them in the post :-)
     
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