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    We have a mirrored door in the center of town that I stop at every now and then and do a selfie...in Ogden, Utah. Over the years I've noticed that this mirror makes my beard look grayer, but I'm sure that's an illusion.Click image for larger version. 

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    taken with Olympus XA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silveror0 View Post
    Bethe,
    If you shot into a mirror, why is the image not reversed left to right? Or did you do a flip around in PS somehow (don't even know if that's possible since I'm fairly ignorant in PS)?
    Shhh, yes it's flipped in PS (or maybe the neg was scanned backwards, I don't remember).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour View Post
    No Photoshopping that I can see. Tripod mounted camera in front, self timer and ... bingo! A winning portrait indeed.
    With due respect, look in the mirror, as the camera is doing, and tell me everything is not reversed. If not corrected in PS somehow, then maybe scanned reversed. Nevertheless, still "a winning portrait."

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    Quote Originally Posted by silveror0 View Post
    With due respect, look in the mirror, as the camera is doing, and tell me everything is not reversed. If not corrected in PS somehow, then maybe scanned reversed. Nevertheless, still "a winning portrait."
    hi silveror0

    even though bethe explained what she did
    a reversed means absolutely nothing

    the negative could easily be "flipped" + "printed" ...
    the only things that can't be flopped and printed are tintypes + ferrotypes
    but ambrotypes, dry plates, film, paper negatives and all their 19th + 20th century cousins can

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    Posted this recently on another thread: impromptu self-portrait from end of June 2013 on my birthday (scanned negative, Fuji Pro 160)


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    Having little interest in my own image, here's the closest I can come to a self portret. I set the camera up and a hotel maid tripped the remote release. I'm the short guy on the right, next to my wife, then her sister and sister's husband. In Paso Robles, CA in early 2010. Zeiss 521/16, probably with Delta 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    hi silveror0

    even though bethe explained what she did
    a reversed means absolutely nothing

    the negative could easily be "flipped" + "printed" ...
    the only things that can't be flopped and printed are tintypes + ferrotypes
    but ambrotypes, dry plates, film, paper negatives and all their 19th + 20th century cousins can
    Agreed. Didn't mean to start a thread drift. Just curious to know Bethe's response to my question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summicron1 View Post
    We have a mirrored door in the center of town that I stop at every now and then and do a selfie...in Ogden, Utah. Over the years I've noticed that this mirror makes my beard look grayer, but I'm sure that's an illusion.Click image for larger version. 

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    taken with Olympus XA.
    The one in my bathroom is doing the same thing, plus, making my skin look wrinkled. I think they're defective.
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    Two Minutes in the Life of a Photographer
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    Scanned carbon print from an 8x10 negative

    PS -- the image is "flipped", or reversed or whatever in the printing process (single transfer carbon).

    PS#2 -- and my avatar is taken with a pinhole camera about 8" from my face (using litho film in a 250 sheet box of photo paper), and then printed as a cyanotype.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails TWO MINUTES IN THE LIFE OF THE ARTIST.jpg  
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    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    I made today a Polaroid transfer. I used new film from the Impossible Project with a Polaroid 636 camera.
    The Impossible film is very suitable for an image lift. Here are two simple shots from my iphone during the process. I'll scan the image later when fully dried.

    1) the film layer floating in hot water (in yellow tray):
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    2) the final image transferred to aquarel paper (still wet):
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    (I'm holding a Leica R7 with 50 Summicron lens, loaded with Fuji NPH400)
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    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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