Photographs by Frank

25 January 2022

More Pt/Pd Prints

Filed under: Alternative Processes,Pt/Pd Prints — Frank @ 9:00 PM

I have been ‘mining’ my archive for photos that I think will look good as platinum/palladium prints.

The first photo below, an industrial building on the shore of Lake Michigan was made in 2007 while I was on sabbatical in Milwaukee.

The botanical photo was made in 2010 according to the data the camera recorded. I have no recollection of where it was made.

The reflection photo was made on Star Island in 2017.

The photo of the Goodell Mill building is the newest of the bunch. The exposure was made in 2019 using my camera obscura.

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1 Comment

  1. I’m sure it’s a tough call to decide which images would make good Pt/Pd prints. It looks to me like those that have strong contrast would be better suited for this process – above 01 and 03 came out the best – in my thinking. I’m not sure about your camera obscura ones but that’s just one guys opinion. What works for you counts.

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 26 January 2022 @ 8:13 AM

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