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    Picking mushrooms

    Infrared photo.
    Bichromate gum process Attached files

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    Picking mushrooms

    Lovely image!

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    The material, print technique, and subject really come together in this photo. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1180
    The material, print technique, and subject really come together in this photo. Very nice.
    They most certainly do. We have an abundance of great pictoralist and surreal images to view lately and this one is at the top of the field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1253

    They most certainly do. We have an abundance of great pictoralist and surreal images to view lately and this one is at the top of the field.
    It's funny, when I was in school studying Adams and his contributions i thought the "group f64" approach was the only way and i turned my nose up at the pictorialism. But the efforts I've seen in this forum have made me a believer in that approach, especially when multiple techniques are combined for the final result.
    Steve

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    Picking mushrooms

    This is an evocative image - well done!

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    Picking mushrooms

    Gorgeous!

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    Picking mushrooms

    Who could fail to be enchanted by this picture?
    Impressionism at its best.
    You have combined the techniques and materials perfectly.

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