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    Interesting Technique

    Please take a look at artist Timothy Parkron's darkroom technique.

    http://vimeo.com/12686139

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    Thanks for posting.

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    Really interesting thanks

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    Can someone explain what exactly he is doing? It was too dark for me to see.I smiled wryly at his camera strap. Presumably he transferred it to his film camera from his other kind?

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    Clearly if any piece of equipment is marked "Digital" it is of higher quality!

    I have had some fun in a similar vein -- except I have bleached fully processed prints and then brought the image back (re-developing) selectively using Dektol on a brush. The results are not quite as graphic-looking as his. He appears to be selectively developing the image.

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    It appears that he is projecting through a high contrast filter and using brush development. Quite likely he's using a developer with less dilution then is recommended. Interesting results can be had by bushing bleaches and toners as well. Even bushing dilute fixer after development and then re-exposing to light followed by further fixing can cause some staining effects that can be intriguing.

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    Looks like he is simply painting with developer, I'm going to try that, looked like fun ^^
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    Mediocre photos that are more interesting because he paints in certain parts with developer? Eh, I fear we're about to go into a phase of lots of people trying to do things just to be different. I'm not that thrilled with this. Not to sound overly critical but it's like a chewing gum that loses flavor fast. Interesting at first, sort of, but then it's.....ok, now what?
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    Great stuff, wish him the best
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    Very interesting. Thank you for sharing.

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