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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Months ago I acquired a scanner from a member here, it just have arrived last week. So, now I'm starting to scan those prints which I don't have any negatives to reprint or scan: working directly with the paper. That's funny, as we have had several conversations on the forum about how film & paper can last for ages, and now I'm trying to recover for permanence purposes a lot of analog material using digital tools.

    Anyway, some shots from the '80ies of the last century when some members weren't born yet.

    Paris - France - Gare de L'Est - 1982
    Agfa Brovira & Selenium toned

    Gare_de-L'est-82 by Renato Salles, no Flickr

    Granite & moon
    Print scan - Paris - France, 1984. Printed on Agfa Brovira photo paper & Selenium toned.

    Lua_Granitica-resampl by Renato Salles, no Flickr

    Print scan - Saint-Dennis - Paris - Fr - 1984. Printed on Agfa Brovira photo paper & Selenium toned.

    Saint_Dennis-1 by Renato Salles, no Flickr

    Cheers,

    Renato

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    These are beautiful Renato. The train station one is my favorite from these.

    Pali

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Thanks, Pali,

    Renato

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    This summer's visit to the Oregon Dunes. This tree is casting its seeds trying to propagate but probably in vain.
    Df, Zeiss 21/2.8


    Lone Tree, Oregon Sand Dunes by tuco, on Flickr

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    S7,PS


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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Yesterday I tried out a newly acquired Primo Jr. 4x4 with a roll of expired Portra. It had a film of oil on the rear taking lens element that gave a soft-focus look to every frame. Mostly I disliked them, but this one seems to work. I've since cleaned the lens....


    impressionist par Terry B, on ipernity

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Splendid work Renato.
    Lua_Granitica-resampl - is my favourite - very Adams-like
    T

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    Very interesting technique!

    Quote Originally Posted by Terry276 View Post
    Yesterday I tried out a newly acquired Primo Jr. 4x4 with a roll of expired Portra. It had a film of oil on the rear taking lens element that gave a soft-focus look to every frame. Mostly I disliked them, but this one seems to work. I've since cleaned the lens....


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    Thank you Toyo, do you know, at that time - in 1984 - I didn't know A.A. work, never have seen a photo made by him at that time. So, double thanks!
    When I was living in Paris, in the 1980's years - where I begun to work with photo professionally - I was exposed mainly to big names of the European scene, and the only Americans I knew were Stieglitz (because his connection with Armory Show in NYC and the fact that he brought to USA all the modern painters from EU to his gallery, and Man Ray, for his connection with the Surrealist Movement. Go figure, the other day a member from this forum have visited a expo in Chicago with the work of Lazlo Moholy-Nagi and commented that he didn't know the man, and Moholy-Nagi was the director of the Photography Area at Bauhaus school of Art in Germany post-WWII - one of the most important schools of art in the world, from where a real revolution in Architecture and Design was born.
    The Americans and Europeans were slowly in the process of getting out of their centric vision to discover each other, and I was catch by that trap too.

    More work at that time, in Paris and Sao Paulo/Brazil, where I was born:

    Light pole - Print scan - Paris, France, 1984. Printed on Ilford Warmtone photo paper.

    luminaria_rua-0002 by Renato Salles, no Flickr


    Truck charged - Print scan - S Paulo, Brazil 1985. Printed on Agfa Brovira photo paper & Selenium toned.

    Carga_Pesada.2-resampl by Renato Salles, no Flickr

    Av Brasil - Sao Paulo - Print scan - S Paulo, Brazil 1985. Printed on Ilford photo paper & Selenium toned.

    Av Brazil S. Paulo-resampl by Renato Salles, no Flickr


    Building and clock - Print scan - S Paulo, Brazil 1985. Printed on Ilford photo paper & Selenium toned.

    Rua Sao Bento-resampl by Renato Salles, no Flickr

    Cheers,

    Renato

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    More fine images Renato
    The uminaria_rua-0002 is reminiscent of Paul Strand's shadow works.
    I like this one very much
    T
    Last edited by Toyo; 22-Oct-2016 at 23:04.

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