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Featured in the group “Light in the Darkness”.
Taken at Fort Lowell Fort in Tucson Arizona with a Leica IIIc, Summitar 5cm f2 lens, Ilford FP4, Ilfosol 3 developer.
sinusoid, fort lowell fort, tucson, arizona, leica iiic, summitar 5cm f2 lens, ilford fp4, ilfosol 3 developer
This is a bizarre effect, James, it’s almost three-dimensional in the way the graffiti wends across the frame! It actually took me a second to work out what it was, it almost looks like a strand of wire in the foreground has been included in the scene. I guess it is all about the tonality of the various elements. Fascinating image, I’m intrigued by it.Cheers,Brett
Thanks Brett, It did seem to come across that way when I first saw it, before I made the shot. I am surprised that effect came through the film as well.
November 26, 2012
Thank You, Very much appreciated.
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