The thing with a LF camera is that everything is slow. Finding the location, composing the cadre, shoot, go to the studio, develop and all that just to find out - you can do better than that. Maybe the composition is not the best, the light was not the best. Sometimes, just to get into the "working mode" I need a few shots, but if you only carry three film holders with 6 in total 4x5 sheets, that usually means only 1-2 satisfying negatives. I still ...

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    Yesterday I finished the Advanced Photopolymer Printmaking weekend course with Johnny Bugler at Cork Printmakers. It helped me clear my own perplexities about the process and we did an introduction into experimentation with acid etching, spit bite, etc. I am posting a few of my prints, and sadly I shot it with my phone camera and you can't see the difference in paper colour or/and ink colour. Later this week, when I regain my strength, ...

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My Nohoval photograph taken by Minolta analog camera, on film, developed by my hand, then processed with my hand with ink and printing press to the final stage of photopolymer photogravure print. Hand made, one of kind. Soon to be for sale in one of Kinsale's art

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