i'm transferred by aglaia b

This image was shot on negative film then cross processed and the transparency was manipulated further using a Daylab printer and Polaroid pull apart film where the film is pulled apart before a positive can be processed. The dyes remaining on the Polaroid film were then transferred by rolling onto blotting paper. This is a very unique technique as you will never be able to reproduce the same image twice. There will always be a different amount of dye remaining on the film each time you do it making each image different from the last.

More works created using this technique can be found here

An emulsion lift off was also created from this image and can be found here


  • blamo
    blamoabout 7 years ago

    cracking image A1

  • A2 thank you! hey that rhymes…maybe i should have a go at poetry LOL!

    – aglaia b

  • deliriousgirl
    deliriousgirlabout 7 years ago

    How amazing! This is just beautiful!

  • why thank you my delirious girl!

    – aglaia b

  • blamo
    blamoabout 7 years ago

    yes you should i checked out that guys photo’s what a great talent thanks for the tip

  • Leno
    Lenoabout 7 years ago


  • Miron Abramovici
    Miron Abramoviciabout 7 years ago

    Great image!

  • botticcelli
    botticcelliabout 7 years ago

    fantastic portrait and postproduction!

  • AtaAlishahi
    AtaAlishahiabout 7 years ago

    amazing effect :)

  • DarkHotel
    DarkHotelabout 7 years ago

    what an amazing technique for a brillian tresult!

  • DennisK
    DennisKabout 7 years ago

    great pic, and thanks for technical details on how you did it.
    Looking forward to seeing more of your work

  • PJ Ryan
    PJ Ryanabout 7 years ago

    beautiful and brilliant !

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