Antonio

Antonio

Posted on 08/29/2016


Photo taken on August 29, 2016


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Keywords

olive
salient
moersch
catechol
se5
baryt
lith
tetenal
rollei
hasselblad
infrared
sepia
tree
pyrocat-HD


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Twisted

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Hasselblad 500 C/M with ROLLEI Infrared IR 400 and developed in Pyrocat-HD.
Printed on Tetenal -TT Baryt Sepia.

Two trays lith:
SE5-D-E / Ω-Catechol-B

Graham Hughes, Thomas Franken, Peter G, Gerardo Antonel and 8 other people have particularly liked this photo


8 comments - The latest ones
Mitch Seaver
Mitch Seaver
Excellent work!
12 months ago.
J P Jackson
J P Jackson
Outstanding and beautiful image!
12 months ago.
Clemens Schickl
Clemens Schickl
Great cinema! The colors, the tones, the tree, absoltly perfect!!
12 months ago.
Antonio
Antonio
Thank you all for the nice comments.
12 months ago.
Marta Wojtkowska
Marta Wojtkowska
Spectacular!
12 months ago.
Antonio has replied to Marta Wojtkowska
Thanks a lot, Marta.
12 months ago.
Graham Hughes
Graham Hughes
I have some of this film in 120....and bought it with lith prints in mind.....this inspires me.
6 months ago.
Antonio has replied to Graham Hughes
Thanks a lot for your kind comments, Graham.
Infrared film, lith dev and a good old warm paper are simply a perfect combination.
6 months ago.