Blue Steel

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    This was a partial solarization on Kodalith sheet film of an original B&W neg. The final print was hand coloured using Marshall's Photo Oils, which are translucent oil paints specifically made for this process. No Photoshop if that wasn't clear.

    Part of New Scans of Old Prints.

    Dead Air, silentmute, and 32 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. theshanghaieye 103 months ago | reply

      very bold indeed.

      ***This photo is a 4.5 on the scale of boldness.
      THE BOLD

    2. schnupus [deleted] 103 months ago | reply

      ***This photo is a __4_ on the scale of boldness.
      THE BOLD

    3. aushilfe 102 months ago | reply

      very well done, great colors
      ***This photo is a 4.5 on the scale of boldness.
      THE BOLD

    4. gcquinn 98 months ago | reply

      Interesting effect..particualry effetive with these steel rails

    5. Peter Brake 97 months ago | reply

      Wonderful treatment...great capture of the lines here...they really lead the eye.
      Thanks for sharing with the [http://static.flickr.com/64/buddyicons/66427948@N00.jpg]#1 Favorite Group

    6. Newfie Bullet 97 months ago | reply

      I like the effect you have created here. Very well done.


      I saw this picture in the #1 Favorite Group

    7. Turniposaurus 97 months ago | reply

      Great perspective.

      Thank you for sharing this picture with the #1 Favorite Group

    8. Daniel A. Norman 97 months ago | reply



      Rated HOT in the BLACKandWHITEandCOLOR group

    9. XStormyX [deleted] 97 months ago | reply

      Amazing photo and work. Very creative and artistic. Just love the treatment on this.

      Congratulations on this (and so many others that are in Explore)!

    10. esc.ape(d) 97 months ago | reply

      Great work. Paper rules ! :-)

      (Black and White and Color)

    11. altamons 96 months ago | reply

      Good eye for a great shot! I like this Great Shot!! I can see why you posted it to #1.


      I saw this picture in the #1 Favorite Group

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      Seen in #1 Favorite (?)

    12. ifotog, Queen of Manhattan Street Photography 96 months ago | reply

      stunning shot


      Rated HOT by the BLACKandWHITEandCOLOR group

    13. losy 94 months ago | reply

      What great work! The picture and the hand-paint work!

    14. trondjs 91 months ago | reply

      Ah, this is lovely! Great shot, and beautiful (manual) processing!
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      Found in your popular shots. (?)

    15. stevehdc 91 months ago | reply

      Very cool processing - thanks for explaining how you did it! Doing all that the old-fashioned way must be quite an experience - truly an art form. But how do you hit "undo" if it doesn't quite work out? :)

      Congratulations, you are the latest winner in the SUPER-SIZED Never-Ending Photo Contest at Global Village 2 (post 1 - give a globe to 5)

    16. musicman67 91 months ago | reply

      Great perspective.

    17. anguila40 77 months ago | reply

      Great shot and treatment!!!!!!!!!

    18. spiffytumbleweed 73 months ago | reply

      This is a beautiful image. Did you know that speckyboy.com posted it on their website without artist attribution?

      speckyboy.com/2009/02/23/24-examples-of-stylish-sabatier-...

    19. rgdaniel 73 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the heads up

    20. Images by A.J. 68 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Gallery of Steel: International Railway Art Exhibition, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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