Luddenham Uniting Church by peterdegraaff

Luddenham Uniting Church

...and Cemetary, Great Northern Road.

Taken with Olympus XA-2 on Fuji Superia 100, and developed in Tetanal 2 bath kit: developer 3:15 mins and blix 4:00.
love the effect of the developing!
February 19th, 2013  
wow awesome shot
February 19th, 2013  
Everything is very vibrant, almost makes a boneyard a cheery place.
February 19th, 2013  
Beautiful view!!!!!!!!
February 19th, 2013  
You have given these shots a storybook feel which is really very nice, Peter.
February 19th, 2013  
This is different for you. Almost could be England. Super Vibrant colours. Not seen grass for a while. Only snow
February 19th, 2013  
Stunning composition, love the vivid colours
February 19th, 2013  
The colours are amazing, love the kilter of the chapel, great comp and a lovely place to spend eternity! Instafav
February 19th, 2013  
Beautiful
February 19th, 2013  
"They're coming for you Barbara!" Love this. FAVed.
February 19th, 2013  
Very nicely done, Peter!!
February 19th, 2013  
bep
Lovely place.
February 19th, 2013  
The colors are soooo darn vivid. Love it.
February 19th, 2013  
Lovely shot, the composition and colours are great.
February 19th, 2013  
Beautiful shot- the color is spectacular and the composition tells you a story. fav
February 19th, 2013  
beautiful shot
February 19th, 2013  
Wonderful colours. I like the perspective.
February 19th, 2013  
What? Whoa! I love what you've done here. It's an absurdly happy shot, for the location and subject. Fav.
February 19th, 2013  
I like this Peter - the colours are fabulous, the stone building and the fenced grave really stand out - very nice
February 19th, 2013  
Very nice, Peter!
February 19th, 2013  
Nice detail
February 19th, 2013  
great capture... and processing
February 20th, 2013  
Thank you!
February 20th, 2013  
love the gate around the plot, like they didn't want him to get out once he was in the ground, LOL. love the colors in this, lots of grass.
February 20th, 2013  
Lovely shot. Great composition.
February 20th, 2013  
Brilliant colors on this. Fave.
February 20th, 2013  
Amy
Beautiful colours :D
February 20th, 2013  
Gorgeous!
February 20th, 2013  
Looks almost HDR with those tones. Is this a color negative film? I tried shopping for some Fuji. All I found locally was Velvia 100 (not interested in the trouble/cost for developing) and Provia 400. Once the colors are prettier here, I will shoot that roll.
February 20th, 2013  
This is one of my favorites! I like everything about it! Fav.
February 20th, 2013  
Fantastic Peter, fave!
February 21st, 2013  
congrats on pp.... great capture
February 21st, 2013  
@cmc1200 It is most definitely C5! film. The light was right late in afternoon to make the colours stand out. many people like Provia
February 21st, 2013  
This is beautiful.
February 21st, 2013  
Very nice! It looks like an oil painting
February 22nd, 2013  
so what happens with colour developing, can you push it? Can you mess with ISO and times, what happens if you stand develop for a long time, does the colour ever get more intense? Or can you make the colour less intense?
February 22nd, 2013  
@chewyteeth yes you can do that by increasing/decreasing time as I recall. The instructions are the usual bare minimum but more can be found on net. Chemicals can be reused but over time developing times should be increased slightly. This was film developed in second round with chemicals rewarmed in bath. I guess you could stand develop but you would need dilution to be spot on.
February 22nd, 2013  
at first I thought this was HDR.... whatever you did, its really cool
February 24th, 2013  
I really like the color's you brought out in this one! :)
February 27th, 2013  
Leave a Comment
Sign up for a free account or Sign in to post a comment.