Re: My two color carbon
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That reminds me, I meant to comment on your carbon prints, and thank
you for sharing them. I found these interesting in that they didn't
seem, to my eyes, to be as continuous-tone as the back-exposed gum
prints on transparency film you showed a year or two ago (could it
have been that long?). Do you think it's the thickness of the glass,
or that the negatives aren't a similar contrast range, or is it just
the scans that aren't picking up subtleties of tone?
On Sep 29, 2007, at 10:54 AM, Marek Matusz wrote:
Here is my work from yesterday. These are two color carbons on
glass, back exposure of various botanicals.
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