View on the Golden Gate Bridge in fog. Taken at Fort Baker before sunrise.
Taken on Kodak Tri-X 400 developed in SPUR ACUROL-N. Scanned on Epson V700.
Minimalistic images have been done many times by many photographers. It has been proofed that this technique is very effective. Why choosing such a simple approach and why shooting another lonely tree subject? When approaching and exploring new techniques, as I presently learn analog photography, it is very helpful to shoot images that work. Creativity is not the first concern. Presntly I am experimenting with film testing. This has been taken on a Kodak Tri-X 400 rated at E.I. 200 developed in Acurol N. This is fien but I will need to experiment with a different developer for a nicer redering and better tonality. Sure this is an extreme light sitaution with very dominant light tones. The negative is very dense. After scanning I have done only very little change in gloabl contrast, very subtle vignetting, and some local burning. That´s it. With all this said it seems very important to evaluate the personal process and refine it. I would be interested in your opinion, thoughts and critqiue.