I had a lot of options for Silent Sunday this week, already, but I hadn’t received my scan of this picture, yet. This was taken at Hoots Roller Bar by Giles Clement. It’s taken by projecting the image (via an older camera complete with accordion piece between the lens plane and film plane and all that) onto a piece of lacquer-treated metal. The result is a darker, detailed-splattered impression upon the lacquer which makes it look classic and old; kind of like from the Billy the Kid era or something.
I wanted to look like an old outlaw or weathered something from “back in the day.” The BCPF did hers as well. We don’t have hers as of this writing, but it’s coming. I’ll probably take the opportunity to present that to you, as well. Anywhat, this is what the end result came to:
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Black and white are the colors of photography. To me they symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected.” – Robert Frank