A new instant 4X5 film that produces a superb negative, and a positive print too.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Reclaimed FP-100C45 negative without correction or manipulation
Shot of Alisha yesterday using the Xenotar 2.8, fluorescent lighting, no manipulation or correction, this Fuji FP-100C45 reclaimed negative scanned in quickly. The texture is from the new paper towels that did a little selective lifting.
Here is a link to a big file that shows the possibilities, and the limitations of this interesting material. OK enough of this - please go try it - back to the matters at hand here. Or, if you want to find out about things you never knew even existed, or at least I didn't, visit Aaron Muderick's blog, which will lead you to jumping spiders, X-RAY vision, Thinking Putty, and why to process E6.