Q: Why the chromogenic process above all others?
A: First, the cameras that I inherited from Bryan in 2001 were all pre-digital film cameras. Second, I can make chromogenic prints myself, which cuts down on their production cost. Third, I love working with my hands and enjoy the process of making prints in a darkroom. Fourth, I make photographs on days that I don’t go to the studio. It’s a way to take a day off and still make art, a very productive use of my time. At the end of a darkroom session I have a new edition of 5 chromogenic prints, ready to spot and frame.
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Posted on September 1, 2012, in Creative Process, Gods and Monsters, Photography and tagged Bryan, cameras, chromogenic prints, darkroom, film, frame, photographs, spot, Studio. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.