A new daunting challenge....
..self initiated, I' afraid...
My school has just built teo brand new houses for our students, and this monday we got out Minister of Culture up here to officially open these houses...
I don't really know how, but I managed to get her to go into my studio for some portraits..
I went "crazy" and took four exposures.. and today I developed them. three out of these four could be used for my project.
I have the ides to make her into a Bromoil print (surprise) but I am in doubt on what kind of bromoil to make:
A straight beautiful image with a single warm tone?
A "wild" bromoil with messed up background?
A multicoloured bromoil with wild and changing colours?
I would like to hear your opinions on this. I made a big double portrait one and a half year ago, and there I got so many nice ideas and comments..
(see here: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum54/9...-portrait.html )
I'll upload the three straight scans of the negatives I developed today, and my bigest question is: which one to use?
Which do you prefer..
(I'll also upload an image showing me and the minister in the studio... digishit, but just to show you the setting... I can delete it again.)
I hope you'll help me - I am out of my depths..