Photographs by Frank

19 February 2021

Second Salted-Paper Print

Filed under: Alternative Processes,Landscapes,Salted-paper Prints — Frank @ 10:00 AM

Here is a scan of a print I made yesterday from the second negative. (An 18 minute exposure.)

This one shows that I have a bit of work to do on the highlights, but it’s not bad.

These two negatives come from a series of photos I made in September 2019 at an old river-bottom homestead along the Missouri River in central Montana. I am planning a portfolio of salted-paper prints of these photographs, I think that the warm tone of salted-paper fits this subject well.

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Salted-Paper Print (untoned) on Hahn. Pt Rag
Salted-Paper Print (untoned) on Hahn. Pt Rag

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  1. Those are huge logs! Makes me miss Lincoln Logs! I agree that the warm tone suits this series of images.

    Comment by Pat Nelson — 19 February 2021 @ 11:22 AM

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