Another example of painting with developer (perhaps that should be spraying with developer). It's a pretty simple technique to use. See the previous post for more details on this. A monochrome photographic print that was exposed under the enlarger (as normal) then placed into a tray where the developer was then sprayed randomly onto the print (as opposed to been fully immersed into the developing solution).
You perhaps have noticed the different effect the background and studio lighting has on the finished print, eg the darker the background the more pronounced the splatter of the developer is.
Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire, England.
From a City & Guilds 9231 Certificate in Photography for the Image Derivation module I did at Hull Community Artworks in 1993.
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