Thursday, February 18, 2010

This is what sulphuric acid does to negatives

These are just test images to experiment with the effect. On the one with the mannequin, the acid was applied to the emulsion side. On the one with the model, it was applied to the film side.


Bek said...

I like the bright white cracks of the acid on the emulsion side a bit better. The blue is interesting on the other, but also distracting.

Cam said...

the first images doesn't work for me.. it looks as if you just dripped the acid on the neg without really know what was going to happen. I know this is a test and what not., but i would try to go the suddle rout with it, that way it isnt overwhelming.