TAG: Alternative Processing


The World is Flat, Until It’s Not: Definitions in Photography


In order to communicate effectively, words need to mean something.  Definitions must be made.  Labels must be had.  Humans are really great organizers.  We put things into categories and groups to easier understand and make sense of massive amounts of data. The problem?  We tend to get stuck or stay with what we know or…


B&H Real Exposures – An Interview with Jill Enfield


In this episode of  B&H Photo’s Real Exposures video podcast, David Brommer interviews photographer and Focal Press author Jill Enfield. Jill Enfield, one of the most experienced and respected hand-coloring artists in the United States, is a fine art, editorial, and commercial photographer. She has taught hand-coloring and non-silver techniques at Parsons The New School…


Photographic Possibilities: The Vandyke Brownprint Process


Vandyke Brownprint Characteristics The Vandyke Brownprint technique is named after the characteristic rich brown tones found in the paintings of seventeenth century Flemish master Anthony Van Dyck (or Vandyke). A Vandyke image produced from a longtonal-range negative will have complete detail, from full shadows to full highlights. Shorter-tone negatives produce less-deep shadows. The color can…

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