Photographs by Frank

5 March 2021

Trees

Filed under: Alternative Processes,Landscapes,Salted-paper Prints — Frank @ 12:00 PM

I have been making photographs of trees in winter, showing their “bones” for a a couple of years. Most of these photos are made using my camera obscura.

I decided that these photos might look good as salted-paper prints and thus prepared negatives from six images in this series. I finished making 4×5 inch prints on Stonehenge Warm paper yesterday.

I have many more images in this series, that I think I will print this way in the coming weeks/months.

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Apple Tree #1
Apple Tree #1
Apple Tree #2
Apple Tree #2
Pine Tree
Pine Tree
Maple Tree
Maple Tree
Tree
Tree
Apple Trees & Crotched Mountain
Apple Trees & Crotched Mountain

1 Comment

  1. Hmmm – for me the jury is still out on these being printed this way. I’d have to see what else would they look like done with a different paper/technique. I think the amount of grain showing with this effect bothers me BUT I am no expert of how images were printed out before.

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 5 March 2021 @ 12:42 PM

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