In this video, I share the latest experiments that I am conducting for my Wild Horses of Missouri book project. I am shortening the bleach times and making the sepia more dilution by using one-half of the chemistry.
Handmade Wild Horse Fine Art Book
In this video, I share the difference between my Ilford Warmtone wild horse print that was bleached and sepia-toned versus the same print that was sepia and selenium duo-toned.
In this video today, I share a detailed look at my continued exploration of my wild horse silver gelatin fine art prints for my new Wild Horse Handmade Book Project in 2023.
Creating authentic artwork takes time because it is a deeply personal experience, and the ideas and creative direction form and change over time, just like people. I work diligently exploring the creative methods to bring my artwork to life, and… Read More »The Evolution of My Creative Vision & Narrative For My 2023 Wild Horse Handmade Book
12/19/2022 In today’s video, I share my first test print on Ilford WT FB Glossy paper using my new Ilford XP2 C-41 developed negatives. I made some straight prints from the XP2 negs today on Ilford WT FB Glossy developed… Read More »Darkroom Diary 12/19/2022 – My First Wild Horse Print on Ilford WT From an XP2 Negative
I am just starting my journey with the 19th-century Rawlins Oil handmade printing process for my new wild horse book that I am working on. The historic handmade oil pigment process transcends photography because there are no silver or traditional… Read More »Pouring Gelatin Today For My New Wild Horse oil Prints
If you have been following me recently, then you know that I have been exploring various paths to find my desired process for my new handmade wild horses book. Long story short, that is how I got here. QUICK OVERVIEW… Read More »Exploring Ilford WarmTone FB & Foma 131 Classic FB