…too light?…too something or rather, that is always the question when printing. As you can see, I am still banging around with my Cyanotype projects. This one is obviously too dark/overexposed. However, is it too dark as a print? That is the question. It looks more like it was taken by moonlight – so it does not truly represent the scene as I saw it. Of course, a Cyanotype never truly represents the scene. Anyhow, I am posting it just for fun ’cause I think it is a pretty neat print. A different [more correct]version of which I have posted before.
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