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    Anton Corbjm 's style!

    Hi my friends!
    Some days ago I saw a book of this artist!...incredible,amazing...I can' find the correct words!!!
    Do you know something (or all,is it possible?)about the darkroom's tecniques of thi genius?...He uses lith pinting or am wrong?....thank you very much!

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    Yes, lith printing on Oriental Seagull (no longer available), but his printing is done by Mike Spry, a London printer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peters8 View Post
    Hi my friends!
    Some days ago I saw a book of this artist!...incredible,amazing...I can' find the correct words!!!
    Do you know something (or all,is it possible?)about the darkroom's tecniques of thi genius?...He uses lith pinting or am wrong?....thank you very much!
    Anton gave me once his recipe for developing film with the course grain. This was probably in the 1980-s. Is that what you mean? I used the recipe for a while. But the light conditions are important as well.
    If you are interested in the recipe I have to dig it up.

    Jed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jed Freudenthal View Post
    Anton gave me once his recipe for developing film with the course grain. This was probably in the 1980-s. Is that what you mean? I used the recipe for a while. But the light conditions are important as well.
    If you are interested in the recipe I have to dig it up.

    Jed
    Get digging!

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    Yes, I'll admit that it would be interesting to know what developer he used.

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    Just using his film developer recipe isn't going to give you the same look. As mentioned by Jed, the lighting is probably the most important thing. It just isn't that easy.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jed Freudenthal View Post
    Anton gave me once his recipe for developing film with the course grain. This was probably in the 1980-s. Is that what you mean? I used the recipe for a while. But the light conditions are important as well.
    If you are interested in the recipe I have to dig it up.

    Jed

    Please Jed,I'm interested.If you want write here in this post or if you prefierer to my email:
    marchicapietro@libero.it

    Thank you very much!

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    Tri X pushed two stops , processed in HC110 for 12 min Dilution B if I can remember correctly.

    Mike Spry was the genius behind this look btw.

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    Gold toned lith prints...

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    I will take a wild guess and say that his "look" has A LOT more to do with printing than the use of HC110...but what do I know.

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