Twelve Plus Two
darr

Twelve Plus Two

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Hybrid approach to colorizing black & white film.
I wanted to create a photo for my blog for Friday the 13th, but with a play on the numbers.
See the haiku here: https://photohaikus.com/twelve-plus-two/
Location
studio (under re-construction) with available flat ambient lighting
Equipment Used
Linhof MT + Nikkor SW 150/5.6
Exposure
f/22 @ 2 sec
Film & Developer
HP5+ and Rodinal semi-stand 1:100
Hybrid Materials & Processing
HP5+ film was digitized using a medium format digital camera.
Digital Post Processing Details
File was taken into photoshop for added color.
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It's really a beautiful image. Great job. If it were me I'd trace the outline, transfer it w/ carbon and make a big watercolor. Even if it took twenty sheets of Fabriano papers to nail it, it would be worth it.
 
It's really a beautiful image. Great job. If it were me I'd trace the outline, transfer it w/ carbon and make a big watercolor. Even if it took twenty sheets of Fabriano papers to nail it, it would be worth it.
@momus Thank you!
Wish I knew more about the process you talk about, but I don't. I am just a straight film and digital shooter, but I enjoy looking at all types of photos and processes.
Best to you! Darr
 

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Image metadata

Device
Hasselblad CFV II 50C/Flash Sync
Exposure time
1/15 second(s)
ISO
100
Filename
twelve-plus-two.jpeg
File size
2.7 MB
Date taken
Wed, 11 May 2022 11:11 AM
Dimensions
1604px x 1304px

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