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    Happy New to all of you...

    Some of you know a little of how my life is right now...
    But it is a new year, and I will try and "attack" it and turn things around..

    One good thing is, my gallerist loves my images, and he has come and taken a bundle for framing and selling..

    Among them is this.
    Could be a New Year's night - very late...
    The poor guy doesn't have a chance.. women rule!

    Painted with light - hand coloured.

    75x107cm
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    Hi Emil- I'm a huge fan of your work - so creative and inspirational (and I have two of your books). While I'm still very new to this liquid emulsion work, your processes have given me the motivation to make it my primary direction these days. Here are a couple of my humble beginnings with liquid emulsion and am now beginning the treck into Bromoils. Please keep showing us more of your work.

    Dan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Dozer View Post
    Hi Emil- I'm a huge fan of your work - so creative and inspirational (and I have two of your books). While I'm still very new to this liquid emulsion work, your processes have given me the motivation to make it my primary direction these days. Here are a couple of my humble beginnings with liquid emulsion and am now beginning the treck into Bromoils. Please keep showing us more of your work.

    Dan
    Hi Dan. Thank you very much.
    I really like your images! Great mood, and I do love it as "messy" as they are - right up my streak!

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    Thanks Emil - I still haven't gotten the confidence to scratch my "darlings" yet, but that is coming. And plain black bromoils now seem pretty boring to me - colors are way more fun!

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    Portrait of Eva..

    Liquid emulsion on paper - hand coloured..

    13x18cm paper negative

    50x67cm
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    Re: post alternative techniques

    2022

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    Kallitype, approx 8x10", on H. Platinum Rag. Selenium toned. Shot on 4x5 Artista litho film with my Cambo. Imacon scanned and edited in photoshop to remove dust and make it printable - it was a very thin negative.
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    Here's a split-tone cyanotype, approx 8x10-ish on COT320. Shot on 120 FP4 using a Graphic 23 6x9 back on the Cambo. Developed with pyro. Scanned and kept the yellow pyro tone (didn't convert to grayscale) and printed the enlarged inkjet negative with minimum editing. Didn't touch the contrast curve at all! Just let the pyro do its thing and cool to see it translate through even after being digitized.
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    (1st ever) Bromoil. Off a 5x7 fomapan 400 negative.

    Ancient Hawthorne in Thackthwaite NW Lakedistrict England.

    Iíve posted a request for help on bromoil technique over on the darkroom forum if Emil or anyone else has some insight.....please

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    Great subject for alternative process! I'll look forward to maybe some future attempts?

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    I certainly hope so h20man. Plenty to shoot round here. Just need to get this technique nailed down!

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