The duty vet, assisted by a veterinary nurse helps to treat an injured dog. In one of the Treatment Room's at this PDSA Animal Treatment Centre.
The film used was Ilford HP5 400 asa uprated to 3200 asa. Developed in Microphen. No on-camera flash was used (for obvious reasons), only the available natural light (coming in through the windows) and the artificial overhead lighting. That's the beauty of using monochrome film under these conditions - you do not get a green/yellow colour cast (which you would if you were using colour film).
Just click on: PDSA to find out more on this UK based charity.
The People's Dispensary for Sick Animal's Animal Treatment Centre, Kingston upon Hull, North Humberside, England.
From my For The Animals Project and Social Documentary City & Guilds module, 1989.
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