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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Me too, but there is something weird going on in the sky here?
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Thanks Professional and Kirk.
    What do you mean exactly Kirk?

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    I posted this over at Sandy King's yahoo carbon group yesterday. Sorry if you've already seen it. This is a carbon transfer print taken inside the glass dome at Harbour Centre, Vancouver, BC. The original negative was 8x10 TMY-2 but the density range was too narrow for a carbon print, so I made a digital negative. Thanks John, for allowing me to use your 8x10 scanner!
    For carbon printers out there, my own tissue was used, transfered onto Rising Stonehenge sized with acrylic medium (matte).

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    Might as well stick this carbon print in, too. Digital negative made from 8x10 HP5. Detail of the vaulting inside Westminster Abbey in Mission, BC.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Nice. They stack up on their own, as photographs, without having to rely on the printing process for the wow factor.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by mdm View Post
    Nice. They stack up on their own, as photographs, without having to rely on the printing process for the wow factor.
    Thanks. Because of the relief that carbon prints provide, they have a lot more "pressence" than the same printed on silver paper.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    I understand that but they are architecture photographs first. An Irving Penn is an Irving Penn however it is printed. It is hard to learn how to make carbon prints and easy to spend the rest of your life showing off the process. The printing process should show off the photograph, not the other way around. In my very unformed opinion, that is.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Vaults - Lombardia, Italy

    5X7 - 180 Nikkor W

    Efke Pl 100 - Pyrocat HD
    JandC Nuance - MAS Amidol

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by spkennedy3000 View Post
    Thanks Professional and Kirk.
    What do you mean exactly Kirk?
    On my Macbook Pro laptop there is some weird blank areas in the sky-looks almost like gloss differential-weird. But it doesn't show up on the calibrated monitor on my PC that I do Photoshop on.
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Here's another carbon transfer print...Abandoned Ukranian Orthodox church in North East Saskatchewan, near Melfort.

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