I’m slowly working my way through processing the film from a recent short trip to the Badlands of South Dakota. I don’t think I’ll ever tire of visiting there.
These are scans from the film originals which were made on Ilford Delta 400 with the Rolleiflex 3.5F and the Mamiya 6 and processed in PMK Pyro. Eventually I’ll get in the darkroom to make gelatin-silver prints from them but I often find it easier and cheaper to scan the film and to edit them in Photoshop, just to give me an idea of how to print them.
Each Monday evening, for the past eight weeks, I’ve taught a polymergravure class at MCAD as part of their Continuing Education programme and the results were amazing! Thank you all, it was such a pleasure working with you, and to Claudia, my TA, for all your help. Just a few of the prints are shown below.
Anyone who’s interested in future workshops should get on my mailing list. I send out a (very) infrequent email newsletter with information on upcoming workshops, exhibitions and special print offers.
There’s a new section on my website — Open Edition Prints. With an open edition the prints are not limited in number to 10 or 15 prints, for example, as many of the other images are.
They are still printed in platinum-palladium and to the same high quality as any of my other prints. They are stamped, signed and titled but their smaller size and availability are reflected in the lower price. Shipping within the U.S.A. is included too. The Open Edition Prints page can be found here.