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Lunch Snaps - Afterword
Lunch Snaps - Afterword
bvy


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Date Uploaded: Jan 14, 2014

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I've been developing color film in my basement since my neighborhood Target pulled their wet lab. I started making color prints when I got fed up with scanning film. Last October, just in time for the fall colors, I acquired some second hand Kodak Ektachrome slide film. Not knowing its age or how it was stored, it seemed a good candidate to experiment with cross-processing...

What I ended up with was a richly saturated negative with insane contrast -- so much so that I often had to resort to darkroom dodging and burning to tame things. This is fun stuff! I got so carried away that I made twenty or so prints and ran out of chemicals.

All of the photos in this essay were scans of the 6x9 prints I made from that roll of film. No digital post-processing was applied; they were scanned, resized and uploaded.

(And in case anyone's wondering, I usually grab lunch on the way back to the office.)

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01/25/2014 12:46:46 PM
Ohh yeah!!
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01/25/2014 09:40:08 AM
Great stuff Brian. I thoroughly enjoyed my lunch break today.
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01/16/2014 06:51:35 AM
Definitely giving Don, as well as the rest of us, something to think about. Very enjoyable narrative.
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01/15/2014 01:19:42 AM
speechless with colour wonder.
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01/14/2014 11:54:46 PM
Good stuff Brian. Inspiring.
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01/14/2014 09:32:18 PM
Thank you so much for this walk through Pittsburgh, and a glimpse into your lab. Very much appreciated. Excellent stuff.
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