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Platinum/palladium prints are renown for their persistent shadows and nuanced highlight values, for having a distinctive appearance, and perhaps most famously, for being the most permanent of photographic printing methods. The process was invented in 1873 ...

Magic: Floating Lightly, Oak Hall, Lynchburg, TN, 1989.Platinum-palladium print (1:1, printing-out process) on Fabriano 5, from the original 8 x 10 inch negativesee more A photograph is born of the moment, and as a window onto a time gone by, instantly ...

Progress from Silence

Desk, while working on ‘From Where Loss Comes’, January, 2019. The image, of young Prisca and Dorcas, is a platinum-palladium print on Reich CT (vellum paper) pasted into a binding. All the photographs were made with 8×10 film. It has ...

Platinum/palladium printing data sheet

Printers should maintain a good record of their process, clearly noting variations in all of the key parameters. For printing-out platinum/palladium printing, the main variables are indicated in bold on the form below. These are the most essential data in ...

Rachel and Luca

  Rachel. Lamp. Luca Blurred. Cortona, Italy, April 2010. Platinum-palladium print on 100% cellulose (Wyndstone vellum) paper from 8×10 inch original negative. This photograph was made seven years ago. I posted another version of it, printed on ...

Memory: Engine de Sauvetage

Memory: Engine de Sauvetage, 1989.  Platinum-palladium print on 100% cellulose (Fabriano 5) from original 8×10 in negative. Part of a diptych – see previous post View full scan or detail

Memory: Mummy and Papa Afloat on a Sea of Fate

Memory: Mummy and Papa Afloat on a Sea of Fate, 1989.  Platinum-palladium print on 100% cellulose (Fabriano 5) from original 8×10 in negative. Part of a diptych, the other with exactly the same negative printed and shown rotated by 180°. For the ...