Another example of painting with photographic paper developer. The concept was for a design for a Musician's Album Cover. For the Image Derivation module of a 9231 City and Guilds Certificate in Photography. The young man in the above studio portrait is the same person in the post of 19th January 2013.
Basically instead of fully immersing the exposed photographic print in the developing tray. You load up a water bottle (similar to those that you can purchase for watering flowers, with a trigger release) with a small solution of photographic paper developer. Then placing the print in a clean dry tray you just liberally spray the print with the solution. Then stop and fix as per normal.
Hull Community Artworks, Kingston upon Hull, North Humberside, England.
An experimental print for the above mentioned module and certificate, circa 1993.
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