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I have been delving into the archives and I'm amazed at how much stuff I've kept that is dreadful garbage. However, in amongst that are quite a few images that I thought were worth resurrecting for my EPZ offerings. Prints can easily be scanned, tweaked and posted. The results can be excellent.
First there are the items of historical interest and those find their way to facebook and the appropriate page. Then there are alternate takes on an image that have now grown on me. Then there are old favourites that pre-date my digital photography but are worth a re-run in this newer medium.
One thing that I have noticed is that I always did special effects, way before the advent of Photoshop. This one is a double image in camera, shot on a Rolleiflex 3.5F with Zeiss Planar lens:
Another old favourite shows my model standing in front of a vaery inacessible old hall - Wibbersley Hall near High Lane - and is another Rolleiflex shot, this time with the more modern 2.8GX Helmut Newton Edition:
Next into the limelight will be the colour slides, but that may take a while.....