This is one of my favorite photos of my friend Milinda. Technically it is obviously an extremely crappy photo, made with a Holga and a little bit of flash, and still totally underexposed. The best print I made from it was a lith print which had stains on it – but the ‘atmosphere’ seemed right. Now I am able to pull out a lot more detail with Photoshop and Nik filters. At the same time that I see more and more photography, I also see it fading off into the sunset. The uniqueness of having a good photo and fantastic print of a particular subject is vanishing, while at the same time a powerful image is still that…. It is very perplexing.
Simon Howlett on “Cyanotype Book…te… Malin H on “Test Prints…… christian harkness on “Even The Simple Ones… christian harkness on “Cyanotype Book…te… christian harkness on “On The River……
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