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Jerry Slough
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Well finally attempted lifting Polaroid emulsion onto my own hand made paper. The paper completely fell apart. So back to drawing board I suppose. 
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I am a big fan of alternative process, cameras and other forms of photography that differ from the super clean sharpe DSLR.  Cameras were left at home today and simply used my IPhone to shoot these images. I am a big believer of a camera is a black box…
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Just a good shot of some of the tanks at Societe Brewing Company. I liked the light streaming in. 
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Just a new experience. A 5 dollar camera I bought at a thrift store, with new Impossible Project instant film. Busy separating the emultion (image layer) from the film and transferring it to Art paper.  I plan to start a project or a few with this but…
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Well there it 24 pieces of art work. Made matted and framed. Goes up Friday.  Thank you to all that have supported this insane idea. 
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12 of 24 done this is the creation side of the whole piece. 6 more to go. There is matting scrapes, printed photographs, tape backing and dog toys every where. 
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The Final step to the sea of the San Elijo watershed area.  I do not always find lagoon areas the most photo friendly for me usually.  I usually come back with a lot of disappointing photos, but perhaps in the past I have looked at it differently or wrong…
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I’m putting on a show 
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  So I placed these in the compost bin a while ago, and the promptly forgot about them.  In some spots the image is mostly latent.  Nearly completely gone, the staining came out with very interesting patterns on the print.  I am happy with these as well…
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Just a couple more using vary lengths of time in the water.  Varying how they are positioned as well.
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