From: Lisa Oppenheim (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Oct 30 2009 - 07:55:15 PDT
Thanks so so much everyone for being so generous sharing your
On Oct 30, 2009, at 10:31 AM, Jason Halprin wrote:
> Yes, Roger has it correct bellow. For his "What the Water Said"
> series, David submerged raw stock in the water and did not process
> it. Any colors that appear were developed due to the pH level of
> the water at that moment (and the sometimes very long sumbersion
> -Jason Halprin
> Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 20:38:42 +0000
> From: Nicky Hamlyn <email suppressed>
> Subject: Re: burying film, etc...
> But submerging it exposed it, right? Then it was processed to produce
> the colour that's apparent in some of the films, presumably?
> Nicky Hamlyn.
> On 29 Oct 2009, at 14:33, James Cole wrote:
> > David Gatten submerged unexposed film in the ocean for his What The
> > Water Said series, and those are wonderful films, so listen to Tony
> > and do what you want.
> > On 10/29/09, Tony Conrad <email suppressed> wrote:
> >> Oh, do anything you want.
> >> If you get the film wet or dirty, and want it to be processed later
> >> by a
> >> lab,
> >> rinse it off and carefully dry it (in the dark perhaps), without
> >> letting it
> >> stick
> >> together (unless you want that to happen).
> >> ---------t0ny
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