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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Here's a Carbro, done back in the day when I didn't have a UV lightsource.

    Orig on 4x5 Tri-X. Actual print is about 10 inches wide

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    I posted this earlier today without mentioning that it is a carbon transfer print, 12X17" in size. It is a print that looks much better in person than on screen because there is a huge amount of detail and relief in the image on paper.

    Sandy King

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanking View Post
    I posted this earlier today without mentioning that it is a carbon transfer print, 12X17" in size. It is a print that looks much better in person than on screen because there is a huge amount of detail and relief in the image on paper.

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    I am afraid, I will post a lot in this forum;-)
    but I am amazed by the skills of others, and allready I've seen images I will never be able to do.
    This could be a nice thread to show others (also in my teaching) so all the different techniques used; let's see them..

    I have done a lot of bromoils in recent years, but it's "mother", the Oilprint, not so much. I find it very difficult, but also exciting.

    here is one of my first trys. It is SO full of beginners mistakes, that I like it...
    not at all what I expected, but sometimes that is ok.



    Cecilie posing (as an ancient Italian virgin? )

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    Emil, Please don't hold back but keep posting. I love your work.

    jan

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by John Jarosz View Post
    Here's a Carbro, done back in the day when I didn't have a UV lightsource.

    Orig on 4x5 Tri-X. Actual print is about 10 inches wide
    John,

    I like the mystery in your print, and the color is quite interesting.

    I used to print with carbro also. These days I am printing only in carbon transfer, and primarily with digital negatives from film scans.

    Sandy

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    [QUOTE]Here's one that's blue, on purpose! /QUOTE]
    Colin, I think that is wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Pedersen View Post
    Emil, Please don't hold back but keep posting. I love your work.

    jan
    I'll second that.

    Emil, I've had a look around your site and I'm simply stunned by your work...its truly exquisite!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kev curry View Post
    I'll second that.

    Emil, I've had a look around your site and I'm simply stunned by your work...its truly exquisite!
    Thanks! both of you.
    And I am in awe with almost the rest of the analouge photography world....

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    Thanks Miguel! I was very much inspired by your cyanotypes in fact- but I can't get that wonderful subtle blue. If you're still printing them I hope you'll post some more.

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