a few B&W pics

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  1. photomike

    photomike TPF Noob!

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    Hi, im new here. I'm just posting up a few pictures i took for my photo class. It's not my best (favorite) pics, I'll try getting those up soon.

    Tell me what you think

    Tray carts
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    Reticulation image of a table
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    Brush developping shots
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  2. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    The brush dev shots are really neat. I've never tried that.
     
  3. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    I like the last two, the brush dev shot looks wicked, could you explain what that is?

    Oh, seeing that is your first post,Welcome to the Forum!

    Is there a conspiracy in BC to get as many photographers here as possible? Well, I am not complaining! The photos have been wicked :)
     
  4. Third Eye

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    I tryed using a brush to put on developer before, but i dont think the came out as cool as that. Really good work.
     
  5. terri

    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I'm not certain what he did on those last two shots either, but they look hella cool. :thumbsup: Nice!
     
  6. photomike

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    Thanx guys

    Brush develloping is quite easy to do if you have the right materials. It's basically the same process you'd do with standard tray develloping, except instead of dropping your paper into the develloper you use a small paintbrush to apply the develloper to your picture. After that continue printing like normal.

    I had alot of fun trying different things with the brush develloping, if you decide to try it, i'd advise you to experiment with it alot and have fun with it.

    good luck
     

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