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    Re: Manipulated Negatives

    Ron Morey or PE on APUG may be able to help on lifting emulsion off kodak film, whether it be trans or neg, I only know trans works.

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    Re: Manipulated Negatives

    I do!

    This thread has been very helpful indeed. I stumbled upon this also in search of other artist who directly manipulate negatives like me. I now know and love Michal Macku and Osheen Harruthoonyan.

    My images that are similar to this style can be viewed at

    http://www.kdunkle.com/#a=0&at=0&mi=...=10000&s=0&p=1

    I print my destroyed negatives very large on canvas then collage and paint on them from there.

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    Re: Manipulated Negatives

    Since this topic has been re-opened, another fun thing (but without stressing ones negatives) is to make a print, bleach it away and then have a bunch of fun bringing back bits and pieces with Dektol on a brush.

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    Re: Manipulated Negatives

    Joel Peter Witkin.
    Thanks,
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    Re: Manipulated Negatives

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Gittings View Post
    Joel Peter Witkin.
    isn't that more distressing the positives?

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    Re: Manipulated Negatives

    He both distresses the negative with scratches and the print.
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