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    Joy Goldkind Bromoil clip

    I found this a few days ago and I just wanted to share this, in case someone has missed this: [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddzbnHQ1mJU[/YOUTUBE]

    I have never worked with this process so I am interested in any expert comments.
    “Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” - Lao Tzu

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    Joy is a good friend and a former workshop student of mine. She's a wonderful artist, photographer ... and person!

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    She spoke fondly of you, Gene, when she made a presentation as part of the f:295 Seminar at B&H earlier this year.
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    Photography (not as up to date as the flickr site)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com/photo
    Academic (Slavic and Comparative Literature)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com

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    Wow!

    Thank you for posting this Jerevan.

    Cheers,
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    What timing! I just finished doing my first 6 matrices. I'm really looking forward to this process. Thanks for posting!

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    Very interesting.
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    Wow, after having just watched this a second time, I'm amazed at how roughly the print can be treated. She really goes at it with that brush! I was also very happy to see how the excess water is wiped off, because I would have been deathly afraid of smearing the ink via the method she uses, but apparently it's not an issue.

    My matrices are drying. I'll super-dry in the morning and resoak; then I'm off on a brand new adventure! (although I only have the black ink, no colors. )

    Gene, if you don't mind my asking, what paper do you use for your bromoils? You're the reason I've decided to take up the process. I've just been blown away with your work.

    Paul

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    i love her work, and the best thing she is also a very nice lady to match the quality of her images.
    http://www.aclancyphotography.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Cocklin View Post
    Wow, after having just watched this a second time, I'm amazed at how roughly the print can be treated. She really goes at it with that brush! I was also very happy to see how the excess water is wiped off, because I would have been deathly afraid of smearing the ink via the method she uses, but apparently it's not an issue.

    My matrices are drying. I'll super-dry in the morning and resoak; then I'm off on a brand new adventure! (although I only have the black ink, no colors. )

    Gene, if you don't mind my asking, what paper do you use for your bromoils? You're the reason I've decided to take up the process. I've just been blown away with your work.

    Paul
    I'm using Kentmere fineprint VC fine grain matt (semi matt) - not warmtone.
    Also Slavich Matt - grade 2

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    My matrices are drying. I'll super-dry in the morning and resoak; then I'm off on a brand new adventure! (although I only have the black ink, no colors. )

    Paul. I would suggest that you ink with black ink only until you have the inking nailed down. Color inks are thinner and much more difficult to "tame!"

    Good luck!

    Gene

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