The other day I posted some pictures I’d taken in Sherborne Abbey. They were shot on black & white film, scanned and edited digitally. I had envisaged a pale blue tone to emphasise the coolness of the stone building. At the time, I found the blue look I wanted digitally. With that image in mind, IContinue reading “Trial and error”
Toning a black & white print is a dark art (and one that I’m just beginning to learn). So many different toners exist and can be used to create different coloured tints according to the concentration, temperature, time taken and combination of multiple toners that it is hard to know where to start. To makeContinue reading “Testing toners”
Part of a series of specially-commissioned photographs I have been taking for use in a textbook.
Looks nice, but don’t drink it!
A simple shot, taken mainly to test out my new blue graduated filter.