coupla black and whites (alt. techniques)--->

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  1. crawdaddio

    crawdaddio TPF Noob!

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    Give me your opinion on these two random images, if you would:p

    (Scanned from prints.)



    Modern miracle

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    Lost and found

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  2. Arch

    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    really like the second image craw..... is that a double exposure?.... good work man :thumbup:
     
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    these are nice, especially the second
     
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    really like these..the grain works well in them.
     
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    Thanks. The second is a single exposure. The print was made in the darkroom by 'painting with developer'. The white areas in the image are undeveloped paper. I splashed this one once, waited, then painted some more on. This produces the different tones and the streaks as the different areas developed for different amounts of time. Glad you enjoyed them.

    Thanks MO4 and NMLeakway!:blushing:

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    Interesting technique and way cool results!
     
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    Love the second one. Makes me want a darkroom again ;)
     
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    Thanks again.....................

    and a bump.
     

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