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    Re: Alt-Process Prints from Digital Negatives or Positives

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Larsen View Post
    These are fantastic Bob! How did you get the negs? These will be very collectible I would think?
    Hi Erik

    I will post more - I am working with a friend who sourced out each photographer and we are able to produce this one off show , in total there are 48 different images
    and in November we are auctioning off one of each images. Total 16 different photographers some with multiple images in the show.

    I made the negatives from their supplied film, these particular set of images are made with my Lambda silver negatives and duotone gum bicromate.

    I am getting very good response to this work and it encourages me in my own work, as the more I make for others the more $$ I have to make my own work. I have a two person
    show coming up in September at Propeller Gallery here in Toronto.. It will be the first time I show a series of gum prints (dresses) . I will post them as well , I am actually pretty
    proud of them as they meet my approval after 8 years of testing to get to this point.

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    Re: Alt-Process Prints from Digital Negatives or Positives

    Here are two from my upcoming show

    Hanamuhle Platinum Rag Duo Tone Gum Bichromate.. Solarized 8 x10 film .. Single film separate coatings
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    Re: Alt-Process Prints from Digital Negatives or Positives

    thank you for posting these bob
    these are beautiful, and i am sure they look amazing in person

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    thank you for posting these bob
    these are beautiful, and i am sure they look amazing in person
    I agree, I really like the look of your current printing Bob. It is very distinctive, quite unique I think. What sizes are the dresses printed at?

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    Thanks John and Erik

    these are printed at 16 x20 eventually when I get my plate burner , one size bigger they will be about 18 x 24 .

    Here are two more, I am doing 12 like these and 12 full colour of the Solarized Dresses for a show in September.
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    Lately Erik I have been absorbed with Gum Only and I am not using Palladium, the Celeberty Images are mostly Gum.

    I love the ability of coating two layers and revealing the bottom layer with the longer soak and a bit of brush and water work.. The Hannamuhle Paper is really well suited for Gum
    as well with a good soaking prior to printing the shrinkage allows good registration with two coats at the size I am working on , but when I go three layers I am getting a slight mis registration
    so I will be using metal for tri colour , I found a much more aggressive mounting solution (I hope) which will allow me much flexibility. But pre shrink I feel is mandatory and really shaking the shit out of the pigments , gum , dichromate is also giving me a very fast workflow, I can coat 16 sheets and print them in one day and then next day do the second coat. Allows me to work through a lot of negatives and the physical volume of exposures and washouts is actually making me much more aware of this wonderful process.

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    Re: Alt-Process Prints from Digital Negatives or Positives

    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    thank you for posting these bob
    these are beautiful, and i am sure they look amazing in person
    They may be coming to New York for a showing , stay tuned , not sure yet but a possibility.

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    Re: Alt-Process Prints from Digital Negatives or Positives

    can't wait if that happens please let me know !

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    I'm impressed with the detail you are getting with no pd layer and only 2 coatings for a full scale print, a real time saver! You've really got it mastered

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    Re: Alt-Process Prints from Digital Negatives or Positives

    Carbon transfer over Kallitype

    Carbon Over Kallitype by Andrew O'Neill, on Flickr

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    First ok gumoil. The original is not so grainy. Maybe is the scanning process...
    I had already rendered it in cyanotype and carbon but that's my fav.
    Loving the process

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