Graham Hughes

Graham Hughes

Posted on 03/31/2014


Photo taken on March 30, 2014


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Box Brownie Mod Images.

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Silver gelatin paper negative process. Box Brownie 620 C Model with an additional Haminex lense element blu tacked in front of the Brownie lense. 57 year old Ilford Single weight Grade 0 fibre contact paper. Developed in Ilford Warmtone Developer. Focal length about 10 cm. This cam and lens as shown here... www.ipernity.com/doc/kiwivagabond/31576725

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Bob Taylor
Bob Taylor
This is a beautiful image. I'm loving reading about your use of paper negatives.
4 years ago.
Graham Hughes has replied to Bob Taylor
Thanks Bob, for me it was like instant pictorialism. I have 5 unopened boxes of this Grade 0 Glossy, Single weight Ilford Contact Paper. That's 500 pieces of treasure to me. I lightly copper toned this in Nik, but the straight inversion was lovely too. I always find myself in a dilema with toning, both have merit, but publishing online just makes it seem like a mouse click and they cancel each other out. In reality i would like to publish both, and in reality that is no different to what a printer would do in an analogue sense...............so I see I have digital issues to work thru.......more counselling LOL. Thanks for the kind comments on my article on paper negs. www.ipernity.com/blog/kiwivagabond/501429 Much appreciated.........Easter Friday today, a little cloister of time to maybe shoot some paper or develop some prints.......a photographic monastery.......theres an idea..........Harry Potter styles maybe...........or somewhere in Ireland like Iona...............
4 years ago.