Michael Hummel

Michael Hummel

Posted on 11/28/2014


Photo taken on November 24, 2014


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Keywords

kodak
ektalure
Burggarten
Holga
viel zu früh
trix
selenium
catechol
moerschphotochemie
copper
meritol
iron blue


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Extended Pondology

Extended Pondology
Trix in efd
Kodak Ektalure "X" (tapestry) in catechol/meritol + selenium+copper+iron blue

hwbuerks, Alyssa Magin Cinquino, Mitch Seaver, Nori and 21 other people have particularly liked this photo


10 comments - The latest ones
Alfred Magesacher
Alfred Magesacher
Burggarten - prächtig interpretiert+präsentiert
Tapeten-Ektalure ist auch neu für mich.
Was gab es da für tolle Papiere.
3 years ago.
Michael Hummel has replied to Alfred Magesacher
Hab Dank, Alfred! Das ist noch wunderbar konventionell zu verarbeiten (man ist immer zu schnell versucht zu lithen), ganz grobes Seidenraster wärs bei Agfa, es kommt aber eher Richtung Papier für Edeldrucke ...
3 years ago.
Proxar
Proxar
!!!
3 years ago.
giovanegian
giovanegian
Mesmeric!
3 years ago.
Falling Thru The Lens ... Goodbye...
Falling Thru The Len…
... extended into the realm of imagination ... or magic.
3 years ago.
Wolfgang Kraus
Wolfgang Kraus
interessant, was Du immer wieder für Papiere ausgräbst! übrigens eine schöne Bildkomposition!
3 years ago.
Michael Hummel
Michael Hummel
Danke Freunde, thank you. I'm quiet fon of the process (copper + iron blue), but the results are vastly paper and developer depending.
3 years ago.
Antonio
Antonio
Ektalure X has a wonderful but heavy tapestry pattern, ideally thought by Kodak for portraits, and yes, I still prefer the unbeatable G fine-grain lustre cream surface, but as usually, you are able to get the best out of this kind of surfaces too!
I have a couple of Extalure X and R (tweed) boxes but haven't found (or dared) yet a convincing image for it...looking at your work, I should surely give it a try! :-)
3 years ago.
Michael Hummel has replied to Antonio
Thanks, Antonio. Lucky you, you should do sth. with them (or sell them to me ;-). "X" is really heavy you are completely right, "G" is the gold standard, (still have a box of 40x50 + some smaller).
3 years ago.
Mitch Seaver
Mitch Seaver
Great work!
3 years ago.