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Walter-Hugo:
Hi

I am shooting pictures of caves for a photography project and I am looking for any caves with easy access ( I am a novice ) that become completely black.
Any recommendations would be really appreciated.
Can be anywhere in the uk.

Cheers

Walter :)

Judi Durber:

Goatchurch, Burrington Combe Mendip.

The entrance is huge, not muddy and you do not have to go far to see lovely variety of surfaces.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goatchurch_Cavern

When going caving please consider the environment you are in.  https://british-caving.org.uk/our-work/cave-conservation/



ChrisJC:
Yordas cave in the Yorkshire Dales.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yordas_Cave

Chris.

alastairgott:
Have you got any examples of your photography work.

 Mum sold some out of date film of my Grandads on ebay which apparently people will buy, something called Orthochromatic film. produces some good effects when it's out of date apparently?

pwhole:
It's why all those Laurel & Hardy movies have pure a white sky in outdoor shots when they were shot in Hollywood in brilliant sunshine. When I did a lot of B/W photography I routinely used an orange filter even on panchromatic film to darken blue tones - i.e. make the sky stand out more. There's some info on the differences here:

https://filmphotographyproject.com/content/howto/2018/07/panchromatic-orthochromatic-film/

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