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    Thanks, I love his work, but this is the first time I've seen him in person, I didn't even know that he's a Brit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markrewald View Post
    This question has been asked probably a thousand times, but how on earth does he get those tones in his prints? selective toning? I think the man is probably one of the most talented printers out there.
    I got fascinated with his prints, looking at them in the gallery he shows at here in Portland. I did a bunch of research trying to find out how he gets the subtle color shifts. I have found references that he made with his early work doing a light toning in both Sepia and Selenium.

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    if your serious about finding out his technique in the darkroom you should read the interviews ( all of them ) on his website. for example, he says that he rarely deviates from tri-x in d76 1:1 11min. happy hunting!

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    I'll be looking at this again . thanks

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    found some of his photos online...

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    Had the wonderful opportunity to see a few of his prints at a gallery along side some Adams and Westons. Kenna's work definetly shows that you do not have to print large to make an impact. Even the size of the mat emphasises his approach to reduce the landscape to that one simple statement. If the video does not motivate a landscape photographer to go out on a miserable winter day I do not know what would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redrockcoulee View Post
    Had the wonderful opportunity to see a few of his prints at a gallery along side some Adams and Westons. Kenna's work definetly shows that you do not have to print large to make an impact. Even the size of the mat emphasises his approach to reduce the landscape to that one simple statement. If the video does not motivate a landscape photographer to go out on a miserable winter day I do not know what would.
    Just curious, how big were most of his prints?

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    What a great little video. I've been a fan for years. Nice to see him at work in the field. His prints are about 8"x8".
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    Nice video! I've got to get me one of those cool umbrella holders!

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    Yes they are 8" by 8' prints matted to 16X20 if I remembeer correctly. It may have even been larger mat but definetly the mat was not square so if not 16X20 then 20X24 but think it was the former

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