Frank Hardy Photography

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This photograph was made back in March with a plastic Holga camera on b&w film that I processed and scanned.  I have always liked the cyanotype prints, so I decided just to replicate it in Photoshop.  There is nothing special about this image and the image looks different from monitor to monitor.  That is the beauty about using the Holga … you never really know what you have gotten until you process the film.  The day I made this it was raining and dreary, but the scene was no where nearly as dark as it looks.  You get the feeling that it could have been made one hundred years ago and not just three months back.  All questions and comments are welcomed …

Written by Frank Hardy

June 20, 2011 at 8:25 pm

Posted in Fine Art, New Orleans

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