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    8x10 Palladium print(with a few drops of platinum) of a rose bush in my yard. I used Delta 100 and a Nikkor M 450mm.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Inspiring!


    Palladium-toned Van Dyke. Delta 100, 480mm Apo Ronar, Cot 320.

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    Bravo! Just perfect. Exquisite tones.


    Quote Originally Posted by NHE View Post


    8x10 Palladium print(with a few drops of platinum) of a rose bush in my yard. I used Delta 100 and a Nikkor M 450mm.

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Thomas...those two doors look familiar - Bodie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Schaller View Post
    Bravo! Just perfect. Exquisite tones.
    Thanks David, I was quite fortunate the light and wind cooperated on that day!

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    About a year and a half ago I built a UV printer and was thinking of working my way through different processes. I got as far a cyanotypes. Lol. I did a couple hundred in a short time aided by the ridiculous amount of light the UV leds were putting out. I got it all worked out then I haven't done anything since except to do some toning a month or so ago. Here are a couple. I'd post more of them but most of them started out in smaller formats so I can't post them of course. Maybe over the winter I'll pick it all back up, especially seeing some of the work in this thread. I'll probably give bichromate and gumoil prints a go next.





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    Quote Originally Posted by John Layton View Post
    Thomas...those two doors look familiar - Bodie?
    Yeah - right across the street from the hotel and I.O.O.F hall on Main street. I shot the negative and printed it as a Van Dyke several years back but then decided that the structure wasn't very appealing but mounted it on 2-ply mat board instead of the 4-ply that I usually use and didn't place it in a protective sleeve so what appears to be a very slight cloud on the right and the left side could be abrasive damage from storage in a print rack with other prints. The bottom of the mat window is soiled apparently from flipping through the prints and handling. Anyway, I came across it a couple of days ago and now have a better opinion of it. The printing quality is very good with the foreground grasses in sharp focus.

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    Van dyke brown from 13*18 fomapan 100 shot with unnamed rapid aplanat

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    Here is a 5x7 cyanotype toned in coffee and watercolors. After halloween.

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