Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

top row (left to right):
stained with grass, hand colored with photo paint, high contrast

middle row (left to right):
over exposed, wine stained, coffee stained

bottom row (left to right):
tea stained and hand colored with photo paint, normal, cyanotype print (also known as a sunprint)

This is a terrible reproduction of this image. I hope to have a better one soon.

person is 6'4"
This is one of 4 panels. All printed in the dark room. I'll have individual images of each panel up soon.

This image is suspended by the same yarn used in the photo to suspend the bulbs. It's hard to see how far out this sticks from the wall in this photo.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

This is the crown jewel of the entire series. I laid a negative on an elephant ear leaf for about 12 of sunlight. There were no chemicals involved in the image making process (only in making the negative). That makes me extremely happy because less chemicals means less harm to the environment.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Four separate negatives make this contact print. It has photo paint for coloring.

This was taken while one of the negatives were being produced for this series. The camera used for creating the negatives was an old "copy camera." I'm not sure if there is a better name for it.

Monday, June 2, 2008