- No Words, #1 (New Project) Well, a few words at first. Quite a few years...
- Myriads of Gods on Platinum Palladium Prints Here is a wonderful video of a Japanese photographer that...
- Collotype: A Story of Ink & Steel This is a great little video on a beautiful antique...
- In Dark Light : A Journey Within — Project by Clay Lipsky Sometimes I come across a project that powerfully affects me....
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Emil Schildt: Light Painting and the Bromoil Process
Published 6:38 pm, 5 Jul 2015
If you can’t see the video above, click here. Thanks again to my friend Derek who passed along the original post—he also called the video “Very ‘poser-y’ which it is… Well, Dr. Freud, what do you think about my photographs of naked women?? All joking aside, some very beautiful light painting and wonderful use of the bromoil process by Emil […]
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No Words, #25
Published 8:00 am, 27 Jun 2015
AVAILABLE LIGHT : A portrait of Peter Anderson
Published 11:00 am, 19 Jun 2015
As a continuation of videos on other photographers’ work, here is a great little video of Peter Anderson while he’s making prints of some very iconic photos he made during the 1980s. Take a look at the size of some of those prints… just amazing. There is still something magical about black and white film. […]
Myriads of Gods on Platinum Palladium Prints
Published 9:06 pm, 14 Jun 2015
Here is a wonderful video of a Japanese photographer that makes images of the environment he is afraid may disappear—and makes platinum palladium prints, a process from the early 1800s. The artistry and the craft that this man employs is just astounding. The paper he uses has the potential to last 1000 years… If you can’t […]
Collotype: A Story of Ink & Steel
Published 11:45 am, 7 Jun 2015
This is a great little video on a beautiful antique photographic print process called the collotype. Originally created in 1856, sadly there are only two collotype printing companies in the world, both in Kyoto, Japan. Only one, Benrido can do color collotypes: If you can’t see the video above, click here. I find it very sad that […]