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Caught in the Act 2

Caught in the Act,…

November 10, 2013
Taken this spring; Philadelphia, looking north from the Chestnut St. bridge. Gold toned kallitype on Arches HP 140#. Shot with a Widelux FV and Delta 3200, developed with Perceptol.

This gold toning is about the third reuse of 250mL of gold toner #2, toned with the same batch of toner as yesterday's print. Development was identical between the two. The color has shifted slightly warmer and is still very effective at both preserving the print (replacing silver with gold) and changing its color.


July 16, 2012
From the 2012 St. Patty's parade in Jim Thorpe.
Taken with a Widelux F5, on Kodak 400GC.
Recommendation: look at this one large. For some reason my image scaling program isn't scaling this one well; it's quite pixelated at its "small" size.


April 8, 2012
From a photo walk through Durham Township a few weeks ago, this shot of the interior of the Durham Mill was taken with a Widelux F-V: a 35mm panoramic camera. Portra 800.
The extreme distortion at the edges is due to my mis-loading the film, an effect that I've since decided I like, and I keep reproducing. I'd really like to print this one on glass... perhaps after I've finished all of my other prints? Hmm.

Vague Recollection

January 30, 2012

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