Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Featured Print #2

The detail surprises in Two Bystanders

A close look will reveal a tiny stick-like figure on either end of the ridge and (perhaps) one in the middle. I looked back at the meta-data from September of 2005 and noted that the shutter was set at 1000/sec. This clearly minimized camera motion. Also interesting is the tonal range which permits reading of the details in the shadows on the right while maintaining details in the sky. Palladium printing permits this kind of wide tonal range, if the digital negative is properly adjusted in Photoshop.
ID #14 16 x 20 $200 Pricelist

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