Bolchevick Physics 7
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This piece of iron would make a nice cover for a Soviet constructivist magazine from the 1920s.
These photos where taken with flash and correctly exposed, I did however exagerate the contrast and exposure in Lightroom to get a 'gravure' effect before appliying the split-tone. (nope, I profoundly disdain layering and the use of photoshop). I try to work in a way similar to what is/was usual in the chemical darkroom... maybe in a couple of months when we are installed in our new home and my darkroom is ready I will try something like that using caffenol.
Also by Enric Martinez
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