Tides

July 4, 2009

Sometimes it is wonderful to leave the basic and rudimentary approach of pinhole behind to engage in a more crafted photography. My recent re-acquisition of a beautiful 4×5 Crown Speed Graphic has given me the chance to indulge myself once more with high-definition images. The prints which are possible from these large negatives are truly breath-taking in their beauty and depth. Here I was experimenting with my standard Ilford Multigrade paper as negative material and multiple exposures of around 1/8 second. Click the photo to see it big – it needs the extra scale.

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