Film Swap with Helen Briggs | 10 (2014)

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End Game — Film Swap

This image concludes my portion of the film swap project done with UK-based photographer Helen Briggs. I was very pleased with the results and hope to have another opportunity with a like-minded photographer to give this technique another try. A huge bit of thanks to Helen for being the co-creator of the images seen both here and on her great film-based blog. Please join us in keeping film photography alive as a viable artistic option.

Nikon FM (my part) with 20mm f2.8 Nikkor on Agfa C-41 film.

Helen Briggs Photography

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Film Swap with Helen Briggs | 8 (2014)

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In Modern Times — Film Swap

Breaking from my one post a day tradition, I will be featuring the results of my film swap project with Helen Briggs Photography in the UK along with my regular posts.  I feel it is fitting that the randomness of film swapping works within the greater context of my entropy shots. I hope you enjoy the results as much as I do.

Nikon FM (my part) with 20mm f2.8 Nikkor on Agfa C-41 film.

Helen Briggs Photography

Film Swap with Helen Briggs | 7 (2014)

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All the Pictures Tell A Story — Film Swap

Breaking from my one post a day tradition, I will be featuring the results of my film swap project with Helen Briggs Photography in the UK along with my regular posts.  I feel it is fitting that the randomness of film swapping works within the greater context of my entropy shots. I hope you enjoy the results as much as I do.

Nikon FM (my part) with 20mm f2.8 Nikkor on Agfa C-41 film.

Helen Briggs Photography

Film Swap with Helen Briggs | 1 (2014)

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Words to Live By — Film Swap

Breaking from my one post a day tradition, I will be featuring the results of my film swap project with Helen Briggs Photography in the UK along with my regular posts.  I feel it is fitting that the randomness of film swapping works within the greater context of my entropy shots. I hope you enjoy the results as much as I do.

Nikon FM (my part) with 20mm f2.8 Nikkor on Agfa C-41 film.

Helen Briggs Photography

Just My Type (1986)

Just My Type (1986)

Typewriter and Chalkboard — Rochester, New York

This is a sample of a High Contrast Tonal Variation print produced using a continuous tone negative combined with high contrast litho film. It was a very labor intensive process that yielded some interestingly unique results. With thanks to my RIT photography professor, Walt Elling for introducing the technique to me.

Wista 4×5 with 210mm Nikkor S on Kodak Tri-X and Kodalith Ortho 2556 films

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Lady in a Blue Dress (2013)

Lady in a Blue Dress (2013)

Gum Bichromate Print from Glass Plate Negative

This is an actual (not faked) gum bichromate print using a three color process from a thrift store glass plate negative – original photographer unknown. Printed on sized Arches watercolor paper using an artificial UV light source.
Who this woman was and was her dress really blue – there is no way of telling – suffice it to say that whoever took this picture had a very elegant lady as a model.

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