This image is not sharp (movement) has chromatic aberration, noise and would normally be deleted but…….. gives a lovely print on art paper.
So, as I am the one who gets to choose – it stays 🙂
Category: colour. Tagged: History of Oman
Love this one, David. Glad it made the cut!
Many thanks Jane,
It nearly bit the dust! only because I also liked it enough that I looked for possible solutions to the problems it has.
Art paper was the way to go……
I love it, especially the lovely texture on the walls.
In some ways, that is probably my attraction as well – hence using art paper for its silky texture.
For how to do it right !!
For colour, have a look at this site on Dye Transfer printing:
He was a master at this method.
For B&W, Ilford did a lovely matt fibre gelatin silver paper that was almost like using black velvet; art paper is the nearest I can get for ink-jet.
There is always something delightful to see in your photos!
Very kind – it is all part of the fun, for me at least; I cannot resist stepping into old and sometimes derelict buildings. Not to mention dirt-track roads 😉
Absolutely! Windows are so enigmatic and this is superb…wonderful wall too.
Thanks – I think you are right although some of the doors have a magic of their own as well: never know what will be beyond.
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