Greater Concord Photo Club
A Friendly Group of Photographers in Concord, NH
Well done. This image intrigues me. It’s crisp, and at the same time has an overall soft feel to it.
This is a scan of another salted-paper print.
The exposure was made a number of years ago in Glacier National Park. I made the print last week.
As to Larry’s comment about crisp, yet soft, this is a trait of the salted-paper process (and a number of other antique processes). This image lies within the fibers of the paper rather than in a layer on top of the paper as with ‘regular’ photos (either silver-based or inkjet-based).
I always like your photos done with traditional (archaic) techniques.
I really like the angle and the framing on this one.
Prickly!! I like your print technique.
“within the fibers of the paper rather than in a layer on top of the paper”. Knowing that, it makes sense to me why this has a dimensional feel to it.
You can almost feel the textures in this image. A great example of an old technique that is new to so many of us.
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