How can different materials and processes change the meaning of a photo?
This is my silver gelatin photo. I really liked this photo because it came out extremely clearly. The negative for this photo was extremely clear. Then I used test strips to find the perfect amount of exposure. After it was printed I was very happy with how it turned out. I really liked the facial expression that Elizabeth had. Also the paint across her nose adds another element to the photo that I like.
This is my solarized photo. To solarize the photo I had to expose the photo under a colored light. After seeing the first signs of development in the developer, I took it out and then squeezed out the water. After I exposed it for two seconds under white light. I really like this solarized image because of the paint that is dripping down my face. Sollarizing almost added another dimension to the photo.
This is my hand painted photo. First, I printed a silver gelatin image on a large piece or photo paper. Next game the most time consuming and labor intensive part of creating the photo. I painted the background and had it fade to the face. The skin tone was hard to perfect. But after trial and failure I got a pretty good one. I added shadows and pink for the cheeks. I also added some highlights to contrast the shadows. I also really like the pink shirt. The photo has sort of a creepy dimension to it. The green hair and pale face combined with the Elizabeth's expression give this a really creepy look.
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This is my first free choice. The negative is burned, and then I solarized the image. It took a couple of tries but I finally got it to come out. I think it's a really interesting photo.
This is my second free choice. It is much simpler than my first one. I printed a silver gelatin image and then added some color with markers. The color really makes the photo pop and adds something interesting to the photo.