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This image was shot on transparency film 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


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  • madshade
    madshadeover 6 years ago

    exquisite and hot – and I don’t use those words lightly!

  • thank you for your light used words :-)

    – aglaia b

  • deliriousgirl
    deliriousgirlover 6 years ago

    OHHH I grovel at the feet of you. . .you. . . you genius and goddess.

  • i will love you at my feet or anywhere near me…
    genius no
    goddess i am
    thank you! x

    – aglaia b

  • Nicolas  Hall
    Nicolas Hallover 6 years ago

    I just love this process. . . and I adore the image in this shot.

    it’s a beautiful title and there is great emotion in the eyes again. I am amazed how much of that still comes through in this style. Very powerful. . . the title makes me think of how we seem to always want to trace back when we are stuck in that blue place. . . to find our way through and to understand what was before or what could have been. . .

  • nicolas nicolas….what am i to do with you?
    how true are the words you speak
    thank you!

    – aglaia b

  • botticcelli
    botticcelliover 6 years ago

    stunning work..!

  • than you your last 2 were stunning also!

    – aglaia b

  • Miron Abramovici
    Miron Abramoviciover 6 years ago

    She was lost, but you found her to create this superb and captivating image!

  • thank you…she was lost…then found….then lost again….i’m hoping she will “find her way through” again.

    – aglaia b

  • shapiro
    shapiroover 6 years ago

    What’s wonderful about the technique you use is that it’s very similar to monoprinting…only one copy. This is a wonderful image! The colour blue relates to peace and communication, which you do very well! Keep at it…you have a wonderful talent which is shining through! It really is!S

  • peace and communication, i won’t forget that!
    thank you…i appreciate your comments x

    – aglaia b

  • PJ Ryan
    PJ Ryanover 6 years ago

    now this looks soo beautiful ..

    D looks amazing here .. i’ve never seen this .. wow, incredible .. i see her angel wings ..

    there is such emotion in this .. longing ..

    well done sweetheat xx

  • i wonder if she is longing now ?
    thanks for your words x

    – aglaia b

  • © Helen Chierego
    © Helen Chieregoover 6 years ago

    She is a beauty captured with your amazing chemical process. Love the way the background is like an abstract painting. Her clothes could be a straight jacket or corset the way it is tied at the back. May the Goddess bless you! I see she has already been doing that with your amazing talent.

  • helen, what a wonderful thing to say…v e r y insightful, she wears a corset here….these days she may wear a straight jacket….may the Goddess bless her too. ;-) x

    – aglaia b

  • Barssel
    Barsselover 6 years ago

    Excellent image such a soft quality to this work, love the pose and the treatment, well done.

  • thank you barssell x

    – aglaia b

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 6 years ago

    great work, well done

  • thankyou!

    – aglaia b

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