Ellen and I went to an Atlanta Braves game the other night and got our picture taken by the fan photographer. Apparently we can go to the website and purchase a copy from them. I wouldn't pay a minimum of $15 for this, would you?
Friday, April 25, 2008
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
So these are the other tintypes made for my history of photography class. The tractor one was made by contact printing with a digital positive. The portrait of one of my classmates was made with a 4x5 camera. The portrait turned out very nice considering it was a three second exposure. It's nice he was able to hold still that long. The crackly looking areas are where the emulsion curled while drying and broke off. It's kind of a bummer, but at the same time adds a little bit of interest. I don't mind them. I plan on making more of these this fall when I come back to school.
Tuesday, April 1, 2008
These are some new images I have made recently. The one on the left is a normal silver gelatin print. The one on the right, in short, is a solarized direct paper negative. Making it is seems a little counter productive, but I think the end result is pretty interesting. I used the regular print to make a negative print, then solarized it to reverse the tones back to normal (sort of). So, yeah. That's all I can say about that, I guess.