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Walking In The Dawn

Walking In The Dawn
© Graham Hughes 2013
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Canon AE1. With a few issues. Unsure whether its film or camera re light leaks. Unknown bulk loaded film, very old, emulsion seems damaged. Developed in HC 110 1:116. Stand devo for 60mins. I have a feeling this is some kind of Ortho film. I has developed grey….and pre development was white. When I washed it pre dev, no dye was evident at all.

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 Sami Serola
Sami Serola club
I understand this (and several other pictures by you) are taken in good old film format. This kind of effects are of course not impossible to achieve on digital photography, but they are then somewhat always "fake", aka not made by "accident". I very much like this kind of partly accidental results =)
7 years ago.
Graham Hughes club
has replied to Sami Serola club
I would choose analogue over digital anyday in the birth of an image............and fx, but I am grateful for the ease of digital processing...........i like the random aspects that can happen. I take less and less digital images............I am heading towards or aspiring towards analogue printing mostly...........I am always fascinated that digital fx/apps usually always mimic analogue fx...especially historical processes or styles
7 years ago.
Sami Serola club
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My problem is that I can't find use for the prints. I'm not professional, thus not having no possibilities to do large good quality prints and then sell them. And by quality I mean well fixed prints that would last and are worth to become framed and hanged on someone's wall.

But I used to fancy of building something like a huge pinhole camera, to make pictures directly on large format paper, and then do the solarisation (Sabattier effect) to get kind of a "negative image inverted to positive". The idea would be to get unique and one of a kind prints.
7 years ago.
Graham Hughes club
has replied to Sami Serola club
I would encourage you to follow that dream Sami........
7 years ago.
Sami Serola club
has replied to Graham Hughes club
Thanks Graham =) Maybe when I'm retired.
7 years ago.

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