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ShannonG
9-Apr-2014, 14:47
Hi does anyone have any info or a link to info on this process. Ive found a few good methods in my research but am looking for more . This link is helpful http://unblinkingeye.com/Articles/Mordancage/mordancage.html. Any info and /or experience is much appreciated.What is your method
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keith schreiber
9-Apr-2014, 18:18
Get in touch with Christina Anderson (http://christinazanderson.com).

Greg Davis
9-Apr-2014, 18:37
I learned from Craig Stevens. You can contact him via email at Savannah College of Art and Design. He has a lot of documentation on the process.

Greg Miller
9-Apr-2014, 19:26
Go here, www.elizabethopalenik.com (http://www.elizabethopalenik.com/), and click on articles.

ShannonG
10-Apr-2014, 05:31
Thanks,,ill try to contact him

ShannonG
10-Apr-2014, 05:33
I learned from Craig Stevens. You can contact him via email at Savannah College of Art and Design. He has a lot of documentation on the process.

Thanks ill try to contact him,,,do you have a email for craig?
Thanks agian

Greg Davis
10-Apr-2014, 05:35
Here is is public website: http://www.craigstevens.me

Winger
10-Apr-2014, 08:54
Go here, www.elizabethopalenik.com (http://www.elizabethopalenik.com/), and click on articles.

She sometimes teaches workshops - I took one with her at f295 a couple of years ago.
There's also info at www.alternativephotography.com but I highly recommend finding a workshop as there's a fair amount of the process that's easier if you see it rather than just reading a recipe.

Dan Dozer
10-Apr-2014, 08:58
If you are thinking about trying it, I strongly recommend that you learn from someone who is good at it. I don't have access to anyone out in So Cal and have been fumbling along trying to figure it out for myself. You will find it very unpredictable and frustrating at first and you will have a lot of throw aways. However, with the right image, you can create very special images. I have really only had one real "success" so far. Note - contrary to what this looks like, my model wasn't wearing anything in this image. The "drape" affect was created by her being in shadow in this image.

ShannonG
11-Apr-2014, 06:46
Thanks for all the great advice. Ill keep studying and will look for someone in my area who can show me the process.
thanks agian for the help
S

ShannonG
11-Apr-2014, 06:47
If you are thinking about trying it, I strongly recommend that you learn from someone who is good at it. I don't have access to anyone out in So Cal and have been fumbling along trying to figure it out for myself. You will find it very unpredictable and frustrating at first and you will have a lot of throw aways. However, with the right image, you can create very special images. I have really only had one real "success" so far. Note - contrary to what this looks like, my model wasn't wearing anything in this image. The "drape" affect was created by her being in shadow in this image.
cool image!!