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Split Tone Prints - Waterside Arch E

By WilliamRoar
I did this a while back when doing my final hours of GCSE Photography 2/3 years ago. Unsure what I used, but I definitely had at least 6 different trays of chemicals. These are normal darkroom prints, which after fixing & rinsing were put into different trays.

The statues were taken with a borrowed Nikon FM2n with a 24mm lens, loaded with Ilford HP5+.
I think these were printed on Ilford Multigrade IV - 5◊4, resin coated.
All prints (around 32 in total) were scanned with an Epson Perfection 2450 at 600dpi.

Tags: Darkroom Architecture Colours Black and white Insane

Voters: mrswoolybill, woolybill1, KarenFB and 3 more

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KarenFB Plus
14 5.6k 180 England
1 Nov 2011 8:21PM
An image which is very open to individual interpretation, everyone will see it differently. It's always good to challenge yourself by trying different techniques and ideas.

I see this was used for your GCSE - how did you get on? Smile
MrsS 14 4.5k 18 England
2 Nov 2011 10:39PM
Certainly and interesting effect - I really like the colour palette Smile

Fran x

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