Photo-Imaging: A Complete Guide to Alternative Processes

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Amphoto Books, 2002 - Photography - 160 pages
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'Photo-Imaging - A Complete Visual Guide to Alternative Techniques and Processes' is a guide available that demonstrates a variety of alternative photo processes, encompassing both traditional and non-traditional techniques, using film formats or digital cameras. Engaging text and clear step-by-step directions take readers through every aspect of the photo-imaging process - from set-up to final print. They will discover dozens of tested formulas and tips for using infrared film and liquid emulsion; cyanotype and Van Dyke Brown printing; platinum and palladium printing; Kwik prints; tintypes; Polaroid transfers and lifts; hand painting; making digital negatives; and much more.
 

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When Enfield began painting on the surface of her photographs in 1984, she was told she couldn't mix oil and water. The same spirit that allowed her to find a way to do just that infuses this book ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER ONE PALLADIUM PRINTS
7
CHAPTER THREE
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CHAPTER FOUR PHOTOGRAPHS
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CHAPTER FIVE GLOSSARY 154
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