High-contrast still lifes

September 28, 2010 § Leave a comment

A couple done with a 4×5 view camera (1 and 4) and a couple done with a Nikon F3 and a 35-70mm lens. The film was developed in pyro, an ancient and fairly poisonous chemical, that was supposed to render exquisite detail. Guess I didn’t mix it exactly  right, because the result was these stark black and whites. But they have a strength of their own, and I like them, despite the fact that they were a surprise.

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