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Marbles

By imjam
Exposed developing paper to light from above for 2.5 seconds with six marbles on them. I was messing around with the amount of light passing through different substances and quite liked this pattern. Scanned the result, cropped and made negative in Photoshop. Technically not sure if it belongs on here as no camera was involved. Feedback welcome.

Tags: Traditional darkroom Black and white

Voters: User_Removed, Kodak_Kid, pipapelada and 18 more


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User_Removed 18 268
20 Apr 2005 3:37AM
Interesting idea. CLick. Ali.
pipapelada 16 135
20 Apr 2005 3:44AM
It's different but i like it although they remind me of maltesers (now i have to satisfy my chocolate craving ta very much!)
clarkycat 18 89
20 Apr 2005 3:45AM
Hey, I quite like this. But then I am an abstract fan.

Aidan
nell 17 23
20 Apr 2005 3:56AM
Great shot superb abstract.

Lucy
RWalker 16 2
20 Apr 2005 4:00AM
I really like the composition...nice one!
rob
cameragirl 17 43 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2005 4:00AM
Lovely shot!
leedsgh 17 496 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2005 4:41AM
Have your 10th!

Nice one!

Gav
TeresaH 16 1.1k United Kingdom
20 Apr 2005 6:45AM
Yes I like the way the marbles have been placed. Well done! T
starliz 17 1.6k 3 England
20 Apr 2005 7:55AM
good abstract image.
rnixon 17 180
20 Apr 2005 8:39AM
Great abstract. Nice to see something created differently.

Richard
lizziew 16 5
20 Apr 2005 3:12PM
interesting but nice liz
vtoth 17 271 Croatia
20 Apr 2005 5:09PM
interesting!
Ceciliat 16 6 Philippines
20 Apr 2005 6:13PM
Brilliant..has an abstract looks about it.
Well presented.

Cesie
21 Apr 2005 12:20AM
Wow! This is well impressive! Love the composition!
Nets
KirstyG 16 2
21 Apr 2005 4:17AM
Interesting way of producing an image. Its good to experiment. It works.
Kirsty
QuentinS 16 26 United Kingdom
22 May 2005 12:41AM
Interesting way of producing an image indeed, updating photograms by adding digital manipulation at the end.

Photograms themselves go way back - before the camera was invented.

Quentin

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