part of a series of hand ( sort of ) colored
images taken with vintage cameras &c ...
streetscapes, as well as power plant infrastructure
5-10second exposure f22ish
processed in ansco 130 and coffee and ansco 130 and ansco130
colour added with the aid of a mouse
Updated 10-25-2013 at 08:27 AM by jnanian
big version of prov multi
gallery only lets small ones in
i was trying to explain to a someone today where i was coming from ... and what was "behind" the photographs i have been making lately
and i guess one of the best explanations i can come up with is that i am kind of bored so i experiment. i coat glass with liquid light, and expose and print with it,
i will do the same thing with paper, coat, store, use, print ... to be honest i don't really care if a image is on the negative.
i am using a technique with very little
Updated 10-15-2013 at 09:56 AM by jnanian
the actual print is in the gallery
i made a handful of crops and love the look of some of them
i think i'll even eventually hand color them!
i'm a fan of the grandfather of photography, no not Louis Jacques-Mandé Daguerre, but Nicéphore Niépce.
his retina prints have haunted since i first saw them and then i began making them in the last couple of years.
i usually call them something like in camera faux pop chemical free prints or something lumenesque
but eventually started to call, them retina prints after Nicéphore Niépce works ... at least the ones i take with a camera.
while i have made cameras