Nicole Caldwell

2 buck chuck for toning a print? why not

bidal_portrait_film_photographer_nicole_caldwell19Jenny’s formal bridal portrait photographed in the studio with Ilford xp2 film, and the Hasselblad medium format camera.  Being a big fan of Red Wine (Jenny) , I thought it would be fun to try toning the fiber based print in red wine, and see what we got.  Turns out, her dress now has pink polkadots.

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The negatives

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Test strips for printing the proof sheet

The proof sheet


The toner, 2 buck chuck, Red Blend.

The print. Her dress now has pink polka dots.


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Me in my jumpsuit from Army Navy store in the darkroom.


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