The Gifts Of Life
From TurkeyAlways look on the bright side of life...Here you will find a visual reflection of art, inspiration, fashion, culture and nature. Also find me here: http://pinterest.com/thegiftsoflife
"Dreamlands, Wastelands" - Polaroid emulsion lift on paper 2013
This emulsion lift piece was created as a tie in piece to work alongside my Margate/Benidorm series of Polaroids which will be published by www.jane-jeremy.co.uk later this year. Using 669 and ID-UV film, this piece combines more than 80 Polaroids to build the final composite (this doesn't include the wastage which is about 3x that number!). This isn't made digitally, but by the Polaroid emulsion lift process, where the layers of the Polaroids are separated and floating into water…
Polaroid Emulsion Lift
Emulsion Transfer is a Polaroid instant process.Images are created by literally removing the emulsion from the substrate of aPolaroid peel apart print.This my work in progress from the street of Chile.
Many Small People, Many Small Places
Last week the Mill Co. 3rd Annual Exhibition opened. Mill Co. is a co-operative and the exhibition was sponsored by the Co-op so guess what the brief was? "Co-operation". This was my contribution and the description that went with it... --- This piece is created using the Polaroid emulsion lift process. Each individual photograph is soaked in water until the photographic emulsion floats free. This is then transferred to the paper – each picture is part of the whole, each unremarkable…
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This fine art photography piece, titled foggy cedar key, was created in March 2011. It is an original, one of a kind, real live Polaroid emulsion lift. Yeah! Made with the kind of film that is now extinct..... okay, almost extinct.... I have a few boxes stock-piled that allow me to continue to make make my art (it makes me so happy I cry happy tears!). This image was captured in Cedar Key, Florida, on the foggiest day of the year. (Just my guess, it was foggy from sun up until late in…
Thank George E. - Classic Camera Collecting, Film and Photography Topics
Classic Camera Collecting; Photography topics, events, and tips; Image Galleries; and Random thought regurgitation...thanks to George Eastman, father of photography for the masses.