This image actually hung in the Smithsonian museum in Washington DC. when it won honorable mention in the altered image category of a photo contest. I was just informed by the producers of cable TV Smithsonian show that they will be using this image in an upcoming show due to air in 2011 about what makes a good image. It's good enough for the Smithsonian, it should be good enough for you too.
My current passion is an alternative photographic process called Polaroid transfers. Each transfer is hand-made by the photographer using specific materials and equipment to achieve a desired effect. A transparency is projected on to professional Polaroid print film and as development begins, the print and chemicals are prematurely separated. The image is transferred on to dampened watercolor paper for a unique image which has a dated, artistic photo-painting appearance. Exposure, pressure, time, paper and other variables make each print an original mono-print.
Prints for sale in my Etsy shop too: http://www.etsy.com/shop/jalinde
I am fascinated by the unpredictability of Polaroid transfers and I love the freedom of...
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