Photographs by Frank

16 March 2021

Three More

Yesterday was cold and blustery; the high was in the teens. We had the stove in the basement going so the temperature there was in the upper 50s. All of which made spending the afternoon in my basement dim room appealing.

I made ten salted-paper prints from four negatives and added some experiments in toning the prints with gold/borax.

The first print below (“Untitled”) is on Hahnemuhle Platinum Rag and is untoned. The second print (“Cobblestones”), on BFK Rives, is toned for a short time. The last print (“Farm Field Fence”), on Rives Heavyweight, is toned pretty much to completion.

As usual, showing the subtilties in these prints after scanning them is always suspect. The artifacts are best experienced in hand.

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Farm Field Fence
Farm Field Fence

1 Comment

  1. Got a title for #1 “Am Arm and a Leg!” – that’s what I first thought 🙂

    As always, most interesting imagery despite the processing. . .

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 16 March 2021 @ 2:24 PM

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