It’s been a busy January. I finally found some time to develop the film from the opening night party of my current exhibition, ‘Engineering Art in Metal’ – it’s at the Center for Asian Photographers and has been extended until mid-February, so if you’re in town, please go have a look. (More details are here.)
Today’s post is a bit of a mishmash – both some images from the party itself (shot with a ‘Blad and Delta 400 at +2, what else?), and ‘the making of’ – enjoy! Finally, a big thank you to my client, the sponsors, and everybody who came, supported, sent notes of congratulations – it’s all greatly appreciated. This exhibition means a lot to me because I’d consider it the first time where I didn’t feel we made any compromises to the images or the printing; we pushed the limits of what was possible with the paper and gamut, but I think anybody who’s seen the images in person will agree with me that it was worth it! MT
…and several hours and a time lapse later:
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