The process of creating these images is part of what is becoming very exciting because it cannot be totally predicted. Using different supports is going to allow me to work in the wet darkroom although, the possibility of working digitally presents some interesting options since I rarely do stuff that one might call [...]
Wanting to work the mushroom magic in the darkroom I attempted to create something I can take into the wet darkroom. First, however, I scanned it to see the results today instead of waiting until next week. Only an experiment, this is exciting! No camera.
These are two of the recent experiments with mushrooms. The black paper version shows a shot that cuts off about 40% of the image (from the surrounding area). I know some of my students think I’m crazy dashing across campus to gather up mushrooms that have sprouted up. Let ‘em smile and, inwardly laugh if [...]
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