i have a couple more from my not allowed on apug series
they are from the same location, taken at the same time ..
now its all snow and cold but then it was warm and cheery !
anyhow ... my local staples provided me with the negatives
and the sun provided the UV
i provided the peroxide, water and washing soda ...
as i mentioned in my last entry, these are part of a series i am working on
to entice the powers that be to hire me to
like these 2 old guys walking on a sand bar in the middle of the bay
where rip tide would eat them for dinner if it was high tide
as they walked to the light house in the rain and cold ...
i am sometimes stuck between the world of now and the world of yesterday.
i can't post this image here, but over on dpug instead it is made using hybrid means ...
i used a dcam to make the initial exposure and a paper negative from that and then a sun print
Updated 02-03-2013 at 05:59 PM by jnanian
this is a tweaked version of the industrial national bank building i posted in my gallery here at apug.
i'm not allowed to post this in the gallery here for good reason, it was not made
though traditional means, but instead through modern alchemy.
it's a detail of something i manipulated the color and levels ..
i love how the details in an extremely thin negative just magically appear when the
beam of light hits them, its like that magical agfa paper i
as i posted before, there are some things i made but i can't post here
in the apug gallery ... more than likely they now end up at DPUG
and usually in my imagekind place ...
this image had its tones tweaked ... i probably will do it with paints and crayons
and THEN post it here but until then i can only dream
i have been doing hand colorings that i can't post here in my apug gallery.
they aren't as sophisticated as eddie's beautiful hand colored photographs. he uses oils and charcoal
and ink and pencil and creates a masterful photographic print. what i am doing is over on dpug.org.
it is half in the analog world ( i shoot it on a negative ) and the other half, well, i use modern techniques to color it.
i am new at this and teaching myself how to do it.