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    Kertész - Winter Garden NY 1970

    Now we have seen Bill’s marvellous replication of pedestrian’s foot, does anyone feel they could try and replicate the following by Andre Kertész -

    http://www.artvalue.com/photos/aucti...rk-3256060.jpg

    I believe it’s done by taking two pictures of the same thing, cutting both negs in half, flipping one half and joining them up for a symmetrical composition. Of course doing it with a snow covered ground helps dodge out the join. Any takers? I will try myself when snow permits.
    Last edited by cliveh; 08-22-2012 at 04:13 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Or just take the same neg and print backwards as I did here. These are just two prints taped together so you can see the paper line, but same idea.

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    Kertesz cheating...I'm shattered



 

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