Graham Hughes

Graham Hughes

Posted on 08/14/2015


Photo taken on August 14, 2015


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The Gods Have Spoken Version 2

The Gods Have Spoken Version 2
© Graham Hughes 2015
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Scanned and gently tweaked in Silver FX Pro silver gelatin enlarged print from 35mm silver gelatin paper negative process. Tetanal Vario matt paper for negatives. Print on expired and unknown FB paper. Camera : Minolta Dynax 7000i 35 mm slr, Minolta 50mm f 1:7 lens on 2x converter. Taken outside Gallery259.com.

Henk Bouwers, Tan Tee Huah, marty1107, RP D'Aoust and 6 other people have particularly liked this photo


11 comments - The latest ones
tiltdesign2011
tiltdesign2011
Sehr schöne Arbeit. Kompliment!!
3 years ago.
Graham Hughes has replied to tiltdesign2011
thankyou! :-)
3 years ago.
Robert Warren
Robert Warren
Its very nice!
3 years ago.
Graham Hughes has replied to Robert Warren
Thanks Robert....I am enjoying that process....
3 years ago.
zumishi
zumishi
I like this much.
3 years ago.
Graham Hughes has replied to zumishi
thanks Zumishi.........I am looking forward to doing much more of this....
3 years ago.
Formica
Formica
nice.
3 years ago.
Graham Hughes has replied to Formica
Thankyou.....:-)
3 years ago.
raingirl
raingirl
i can sense the non-digitalness of this. makes me want to hold the paper it's printed on. i love how the process has changed the feeling of the subject, usually a strong almost sharp image, to a sensual set of curves.
3 years ago.
Graham Hughes has replied to raingirl
well said....I really like the tactile aspect of analogue images..be it film or paper negative.........scanning is fine, but I like the analogue print and thats my long journey. Thanks for visiting....
3 years ago.
Sami Serola
Sami Serola
Gods of bicycles can't be wrong! =) Very good shot.
3 years ago.