some new sx70 manipulations

Discussion in 'Alternative Techniques & Photo Gallery' started by carlita, Oct 30, 2003.

  1. carlita

    carlita TPF Noob!

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    i still don't actually have the right filter for my onestep camera to get good exposures using the time-zero film, but i think i've been able to get by fairly well without it so far. so these are maybe a little dark, but oh well.

    these first few are from a small texas town called shiroh:

    (i wish this sign were easier to read. :?)
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    (the flash on this one makes me mad. :irked: )
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    these next ones are from new orleans:

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    now go ahead... pick me apart. :p
     
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    Now sweetie...you know I'd never do that! :D

    I really dig the first two.... I love your stars on the first one! :thumbsup: To me, SX-70 manipulation is about Impressionism, so I don't care if I can't read a sign or get too many details....so to me that image is wonderful just as it is. Love those clothespins on the second one, too..... cool shot!

    Let's see *as she scrolls down to take another peek* the NO images aren't as good - ONLY because you lost your colorful sky, though in #6 it doesn't matter as much because you have the subject taking up most of the image. (This is where I like to scan, print and hand color, but that's 'jist little ole me') :p Bottom line: nice work with the manipulation on the architecture, all the way around.

    You went and had some fun, didn't ya?? :cheer: Good work!!
     

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