Archive for the ‘darkroom’ Category

Film Swan Song

May 8, 2012

Lock and load!

Lock and load!


See that yellow in the film ID window? (more…)

Post 100, Meta ‘blog

October 15, 2010

At this decimal waypoint, time for a little reflection.

Let me immodestly start with myself (photo © A. Klemming)

Let me immodestly start with myself (photo © A. Klemming)


That’s what ‘blogs are mostly about, aren’t they? (more…)

Analog informs Digital

September 29, 2010

Meadow Detail, from an Experiment with Nik Silver Efex Pro

Meadow Detail, from an Experiment with Nik Silver Efex Pro


In the process of getting used to Aperture, I’ve found some very useful and unique plugins from Nik Software. (more…)

Oh So Diafine!

September 18, 2010

Diafine: time, temperature, film ... what the heck!

Diafine: time, temperature, film ... what the heck!


I’ll have to rave about a new-to-me wondersoup, (more…)

Color Hybrid Workflow

August 30, 2010

We got Ourselves a Layer Cake!

We got Ourselves a Layer Cake!


This weekend, a fellow photographer asked me about my hybrid workflow. I didn’t really have time to answer him, so this is for you, Mr. D., and all who might be interested. (more…)

Silver, Electrons, Iron and Noble Metals

June 27, 2010

The end product of my photographic workflow is a platinum-palladium-print

The end product of my photographic workflow is a platinum-palladium-print


For those interested in it, here’s a bit more information about my photographic workflow. (more…)

Infrared On Pd-Pt

May 10, 2010

Forsythia

Forsythia

Definitely something I will try again. An image from my last infrared series on Pd-Pt. (more…)

Atone For 8-bit

April 11, 2010

Black and white version

Black and white version


Duotone Photoshop action on this version

Duotone Photoshop action on this version


Now, which version do you prefer?
While I like to tone my prints done in the traditional darkroom, this makes even more sense when you’ve got an 8-bit device in your workflow, like most inkjet printers or if you present your black and white pictures on a monitor. Here’s why: (more…)


Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 195 other followers