Jan 2018 Winter Landscapes Photo Contest Winner - Peter Campbell
It is my honor to announce the January 2018, Darkroom Underground photo contest winner.
Peter Campbell's winter landscape of the Village of Nile in the Tsum Valley Nepal is the winner!
Peter used his Mamiya 7 medium format camera for this spectacular image. Peter used T-Max 100 film and he developed the film using D-76 1:1 in a Patterson daylight tank.
As the winner, Peter gets to choose between 1 package of any Hahnemühle Fine Art Inkjet Paper (8.5 x 11", 25 Sheets) or 1 package of Hahnemühle Platinum Rag Fine Art Paper (8 x 10", 25 Sheets), courtesy of Hahnemühle.
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