New Dimensions in Photo Processes: A Step-by-step Manual in Alternative Photography

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Taylor & Francis, 2007 - Photography - 312 pages
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Clear instructions and step-by-step photographs teach you how to mix chemicals and apply light-sensitive emulsions by hand, how to create imagery in and out of the darkroom, how to translocate Polaroid photos and magazine and newspaper pictures, and how to alter black-and-white photographs. Four color throughout for the first time, this redesigned fourth edition of New Dimensions in Photo Processes beautifully highlights the work of internationally known artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Todd Walker, and most recently Doug and Mike Starn. An invaluable list of supply sources (including e-mail addresses) from throughout North America and Europe is included at the end of the book. Landscape layout allows for easy readability in the lab!

* Now in a new landscape design with beautiful full color images throughout
* Learn about digital methods of color separation and making negatives
* Clear instructions and step-by-step photographs make learning new processes easy
 

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Contents

Part I LightInsensitive Methods
1
Part II Preparation for LightSensitive Methods
61
Part III LightSensitive Methods
149
Annotated Bibliography
279
Supply Sources
289
Equivalent Imperial and Metric Measurements
301
Glossary
303
Index
307
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Laura Blacklow is on the faculty of the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts She has also taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard, and was the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Regional Fellowship for works on paper, the St. Botolph Club's Morton C. Bradley Award in Color, Polaroid Corporation's Artist Support Program, and the Massachusetts Arists' Foundation Fellowship for her hand-colored, black-and-white photographs. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Photographic Resource Center and is an active participant in the arts community. Her manipulated photographic prints have been shown internationally, and reproductions of her work have appeared in numerous publications.

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