I am curious...

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by baachitraka, Jun 20, 2011.

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    i could say " it looks like ... and processed like ... "
    but why not go to the source ?


    he has contact information on HIS website
    why don't you email him directly and ask ?
    good luck !
    john
     
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    Ever thought of a use of a light yellow filter?
     
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    It says he shot 10x8 colour, that must narrow things down I think.
     
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    they could be chromes as well ...
     
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    Look like negative film with poor filtering to me. The last image is the only decently filtered one (maybe a touch of yellow in excess as it appears here). A slide, any slide, would ordinarily not produce so wrong sky colours, unless there are some factors at work such as cross-processing, expired film, expired chemistry, long time elapsed between capture and development.