Quote Originally Posted by holmburgers View Post
Yeah, I guess the "pictorialist" look; to use a worn out term.

This would be an example of a gum print that I really like -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/hansbaz...ceholmburgers/

But in general, the carbon process just seems more versatile and perfect to me. I'm open to the possibilities of gum though.
Gum is just a flexible as carbon if not more so and can be just a sharp if not more so. Tri-Color can be quite stunning as well.

Take a look at Keith Taylor's work for example.

http://www.keithtaylorphoto.com/gum.html

http://unblinkingeye.com/Articles/3CG2/3cg2.html


Don